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Bandits Occupy Farms In Katsina, Force Villagers To Supply Fertilisers
Bandits Occupy Farms In Katsina, Force V...

Bandits Occupy Farms In Katsina, Force Villagers To Supply Fertilisers

Some farmers in Katsina State have lamented the negative impact of banditry on farming activities in the state. According to them, bandits have stopped them from going to their farms to cultivate food items. The farmers, in an interview with Daily Trust, stated that bandits stormed their farms to... read more »

Insecurity: Sokoto Govt Seeks Shut Down of Telco Services
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Insecurity: Sokoto Govt Seeks Shut Down of Telco Services

The government of Sokoto State has the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) to direct all telecommunications companies to shut down their services in 14 LGAs in the state. This is coming less than a week after the house of representatives asked the NCC to shut down telecommunication services in... read more »

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Police Stray Bullet Kills Ebonyi Pastor During Morning Devotion

A pastor of a church, the Glorious Gospel Fire Assembly in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, identified as John Onu, has been killed by a police stray bullet at his house while observing his morning devotion. According to Tribune, the stray bullet from the officer hit the pastor in the heart on Monday and... read more »

Mob Burns 13 Suspected Bandits To Ashes In Sokoto Divisional Police Headquarters
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Mob Burns 13 Suspected Bandits To Ashes In Sokoto Divisional Police Headqua...

An angry mob on Saturday attacked the divisional police headquarters in the Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State, killed and later burnt 13 bandits to ashes. It was gathered that the bandits had invaded the town around 8 pm on Friday where they killed two people including a... read more »

10 Bethel Baptist Students Freed, 21 Still In Bandits’ Captive
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10 Bethel Baptist Students Freed, 21 Still In Bandits’ Captive

Bandits released ten students of Bethel Baptist School in Kaduna on Saturday with 21 others still being held captive. The Vice President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (19 Northern States and Abuja) and chairman of CAN in Kaduna State, Rev. John Joseph Hayab, confirmed this to Punch on... read more »

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Scores of Bandits Killed as Abducted Major Finally Regains Freedom

Scores of Bandits Killed as Abducted Major Finally Regains Freedom

Major CL Datong, who was kidnapped during an attack on the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) in Kaduna State by bandits last month has finally regained his freedom. DAILY POST recalls that... read more »

Benin Republic Set To Determine Sunday Igboho’s Asylum Request This Week – Lawyer

DSS Reacts To Igboho’s N20B Claim

The Department of State Services (DSS) has said that it has not been informed about the court judgment ordering it to pay N20B in damages to Yoruba Nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo aka... read more »

House Of Zamfara Speaker, Others Set Ablaze By Bandits

House Of Zamfara Speaker, Others Set Ablaze By Bandits

Bandits have set the home of the Speaker of Zamfara State House of Assembly, Nasiru Muazu Magarya, and other residents ablaze in Zurmi Local Government Area of Zamfara State. Chairman of... read more »

Gunmen Free About 70 Abducted Zamfara School Pupils After 12 Days In Captivity

Gunmen Free About 70 Abducted Zamfara School Pupils After 12 Days In Captivity

Pupils of Government Secondary School, Kaya, in the Maradun Local Government Area of Zamfara State numbering about 70 have been freed from captivity. Their abduction of 73 students of the... read more »

Army Dismisses Pictures, Videos Of Mass Burials In Zamfara

Army Dismisses Pictures, Videos Of Mass Burials In Zamfara

The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has dismissed viral images and videos that show the dumping of dead bodies into mass graves, ostensibly from military operations. Maj-Gen. Benjamin Sawyerr, Director... read more »