(1) Boko Haram Releases Photos of Army Gun Trucks and Police Van Stolen in Dikwa
Following the attack of Boko Haram insurgents on Sunday in Dikwa, the terrorist had earlier today release photos and videos of properties which they carted away from the Nigerian Army during the combat.
Though, speaking on the attack before the release of the photos the Director of Army Public Relations, Brig General Mohammed Yerima had stated that the terrorist plan was to take over the town but were repelled by the troops who are still patrolling the town. The photos from the Boko Haram clearly meant that the Nigerian Army suffered some heavy casualties which made them stole their gun trucks and the Dikwa police divisional vehicle.
(2) Bandits Break into Military Camp in Niger
On Tuesday, According to news from @Sahara Reporters reaching Spartanpen, armed bandits invaded a Military Camp in Niger and engaged in gun combat with the troops in the area. The incident happened at Munya LGA of Niger State where they also burnt down some vehicles.
According to @Dailypost, several of the bandits suffered severe casualties which cannot be identical by now. The rapid attack of bandits on soldiers and police stations across the country is getting out of control. Buhari needs to find a way to calm these mindless killings down.
(3) Nigeria Senate Approves $1.5 Billion Loan for Nigerian Government
On Tuesday the Nigeria Senate, Ahmed Lawan approved a loan of $1.5 billion to the Federal Government of Nigeria. According to reports, Nigeria public debts hits a total of N31.01 trillion during June 2020 and has risen a significant N18.89 trillion during Buhari administration. The debts of Nigeria keeps increasing without any efforts to raise them back. What do you think the end result of this would be?
(4) The Nigerian Government Now Kills The Morale of Soldiers Fighting Boko Haram- IPOB Leader Nnamdi Kanu
On Wednesday, in a story Nnamdi Kanu shared with @Sahara Reporters, he noted that the Nigerian Government cherishes the terrorists tormenting the country to it's soldiers risking their lives on the line fighting to secure the safety of Nigerians.
Nnamdi Kanu with an example narrated a touching story of a soldier who had gone into the battlefield in Borno with his fellow troops only to be ambushed by Boko Haram insurgents, which led to the death of all 18 Soldiers with him except him and another survivor named Barry. He survived with his mate but with both his legs gone, while the Boko Haram members were granted amnesty later on.
Concluding the story, Nnamdi Kanu said that is how Nigeria now operate under the administration of Muhammadu Buhari.
This touching story should serve as a lesson of how the country has turned from bad to worst, what can you say about this? Tell me in the comment box and also share this article so others can be updated aswell.
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