President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday in Batsari Local Government Council, Katsina State, assured all victims of banditry attacks that the Federal Government will deploy security measures and strengthen operations to safeguard lives and property, warning that perpetrators will not go unpunished.
The Shehu of Bama Kingdom of Borno State, Kyari Ibn Umar El-Kanemi, has expressed delight after his people joined the rest of the world to mark the first Eid-el-Kabir celebration in his domains.
Enang in a private radio station interview programme in Uyo, the state capital, justified the presence of Fulani herdsmen in the state on the ground that cows allegedly flooding state are owned by big men in the state who employed the Fulani herders to cater for the animals.
Gov. Dapo Abiodun of Ogun on Friday announced plans by governors of the South West Zone to operate a joint security team to patrol the entire region.
Atiku demands Judicial Commission of Inquiry headed by a non-partisan and reputable jurist to be inaugurated to investigate the findings of the Wall Street Journal, as well as a panel of inquiry comprising distinguished former military officers be set up to investigate and report to Nigerians the true state of the war on terror and what must be done to ensure Nigeria brings a speedy end to the ongoing insurgency.
Mrs Rebecca Sharibu, the mother of Leah Sharibu has again pleaded with the Federal Government to intensify efforts towards herdaughter’s release from Boko Haram captivity.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday condemned the dastardly attack on a funeral procession in Borno, which caused the deaths of over 60 mourners.
As part of effort to tackle the insecurity in the Southwest zone of the country, the governors in the six Southwest states will launch a new security architecture in August.
With the order, the court restrained any person or group of persons from participating in any form of activities involving or concerning the IMN under any name or platform in Nigeria.
“Accordingly, guided by the FREEDOM PARK PROCLAMATION of December 11, 2018, and in the face of the inconclusive Nigerian presidential election of 2019, the greatest assistance that the US can offer the distressed and embattled indigenous peoples of Nigeria would be to help shepherd the bamboozled stakeholders into a TRANSITIONING program to rework the damaged constitutional basis of Nigeria in a manner that will halt the ethnic-driven trans-regional terrorism, ethnic cross-country migration and comprehensively resolve the long-standing social plot oval marginalization of the indigenous nationalities of Nigeria while, at the same time, address the national security threat and strategic interests of the US posed by the current situation in Nigeria,” says Tony Nnadi.