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Today's Headlines: Tension As Bandits Strike Again, Army Chief Cries over Insecurity Challenges

Army Chief Cries over Insecurity Challenges

The high rising of Insecurity challenges in Nigeria is giving a hot surprise to anyone considering the fact that Federal Government has given wherewithal armories which soldiers can use to vanquish all the terrorists within few time and the soldiers are fighting Courageously to end insecurity but still things seems upside-down.

According to Sahara reporters, the army chief has spoken over the insecurity challenges in Nigeria where he said even a blind man knows Nigeria is facing internal security challenges.

The chief of Army Staff said that before the House of Representatives ad hoc committee investigating the $1 billion arms procurement but refused to apologise for his absence in previous summons.

Tension As Bandits Strike Again

According to what we have just gathered from what Sahara reporters broadcasted, Bandits have strike again where they kidnapped nine people while traveling in Katsina.

There is no any reliable information whether the gunmen had contacted the relationship of the victims.

El-rufa'i Speak over sacking of civil servant

Recall that in a fews days back, the Governor of Kaduna has retired many local Government workers and he has today spoken over the sacking of civil servant in his state.

According to Sahara reporters, the Governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-rufa'i said that his Government was not elected to pay salary alone.

Currently, the governor of Kaduna is storming the whole state with a surprising bridge and many developmental projects.

People have showed their grievances towards his decision of sacking civil servant by saying that many people will embrace kidnapping jobs as a result of loosing their job.

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Army Staff El-rufa'i House of Representatives Kaduna Sahara

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