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Seven Persons Killed As Bandits Attack Community in Zamfara State

Sad report from Zamfara State as suspected bandits attack Gudashi community in Maru Local Government Area of Zamfara State killing at least seven persons and kidnapping nine persons.

The gunmen allegedly arrived at the community with motorbikes and weaponry chasing the defenseless villagers out of their homes.

Search for The Crescent of Ramadan from Monday – Sultan of Sokoto Urges Muslims

Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III the Sultan of Sokoto has urged Muslims to look out for Crescent of Ramadan from Monday.

According to the Sultan; any sighting of the moon from Monday should be reported to the nearest district, so the information will be passed to the Sultan.

The statement above was issued by Prof. Sambo Junaidu the Chairman, Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs, Sultanate Council, Sokoto.

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Buhari Media Aide Debunks Report of Pantami Allegedly Being Added to US Terror Watch list

Bashir Admed the Personal Assistant on New Media to President Muhammadu Buhari has debunked report of Minister of Communication allegedly being included to US terror watch list.

According to Bashir Ahmed; the report is a false and dangerous narrative that was published without verification.

See his tweet below;

Dead Bodies of Slain Soldiers Arrive in Makurdi Military Cemetery

According to Vanguard Newspaper; eleven dead bodies of military officers that were slain in Konshisha Local Government Area of Benue State have arrived at the Military Cemetery in the State Capital, Makurdi where they will be buried.

It was reported that fellow military officers have arrived at the venue to witness the burial.

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