8 suspected IPOP members killed by security operatives
The Joint Security Operatives, comprising; The police, and other security units have killed 8 men alleged to be members of the IPOB during a “gun battle.”
However, the shooting which lasted for hours, left the dwellers of the community in fear.
"You Can’t Force Buhari Out Of Office" — Supporters
The supporters of the Muhammadu Buhari led administration has staged a protest in Abuja. The protest is to ensure that Buhari occupies the “Aso-Rock” until the expiration of his tenure.
According to Daily Trust, the group leader, Ifeanyi Nonso stated that the recent killings in the country is sponsored by some politicians to destabilize the peace and unity of the country.
He added; “It is important to state it here right now, categorically and without any iota of doubt that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari cannot be subdued, threatened or terminated until he officially hands over power in 2023.”
Reps probe Jonathan
Following the increasing level of insecurity, and the abduction of students in the country, the House of Representatives have decided to probe the immediate past President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Johnathan over an abandoned school project.
According to Punch; the lawmakers resolved to investigate the ex-leader over a “N2 billion Safe School Initiative alongside other donations from other countries and organizations in 2014.”
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