Worry over my legacy projects — Wike.
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Governor Wike Nyesome Wike has expressed worry over the challenge of maintaining his numerous milestone projects after his exit from officer.
He said, “I feel so bad that you built a structure as this, and those responsible for maintaining it make a mess of it when you come back in six months and you ask yourself why did I even have to build it”.
We’re Ready For Troublemakers – Military.
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The military Thursday again warned those planning to scuttle the May 29 inauguration of President-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
It said it was ready to forestall any threat to the inauguration.
Director, Defence Media Operation, Maj.-Gen. Musa Danmadami, told reporters in Abuja that the military had not seen reasons the inauguration would not take place.
Army rescues another Chibok girl in Borno
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The Nigerian Army says troops have rescued another abducted Chibok schoolgirl abducted by insurgents in 2014 in Borno.
On April 14, 2014, 276 schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram terrorists from Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok town, Borno.
Many of the girls have since been rescued while some remain in captivity.
Ibrahim Ali, theatre commander of the north-east joint Operation Hadin Kai, who spoke on Thursday at a press briefing, identified the rescued girl as Esther Marcus with serial number 103 on the list of missing victims.
He said Esther was rescued on April 21 by troops of 114 taskforce battalion at Lagara, under the 21 armoured Brigade Bama during operations in Borno, alongside Hauwa Maltha, another Chibok schoolgirl.
Ali said Esther was also forcefully married to one Garba, a Boko Haram fighter who was killed during troops’ offensive operations on terrorists’ enclaves.
“She was later married off to another insurgent, Abba, in Ukuba terrorist enclaves in Sambisa forest until her rescue by troops of Operation Hadin Kai,” he added.
3 Nigerian Men To Be Extradited To US For Sexual Extortion Of American Teen Who Died By Suicide
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Three Nigerian men are awaiting extradition for committing sexual extortion and causing the death of an American, Jordan DeMay.
The FBI referred information to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission regarding three additional Nigerian males involved in this same sextortion ring. These individuals were arrested by the EFCC.
U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Michigan Mark Totten announced Wednesday the unsealing of a federal indictment charging three Nigerian men with sexually extorting numerous young men and teenage boys in the Western District of Michigan and across the United States.
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