The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi Ojaja 11 finally opened up weeks after he had visited President Muhammadu Buhari over the embattled Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Igboho. Recall that the traditional ruler had visited the President when his agitation activities in the South-west were being hinged on secession.
A former Senior Special Assistant to Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State on New Media, Jack Obinyan has revealed one of the gains he thinks the newly introduced eNaira will bring to Nigeria and Nigerians. According to him, the electronic/digital Naira can end Kidnapping in the country.
Dr. Ahmad Abubakar Mahmud Gumi has remained committed and outspoken about what he believes is the right course of action in dealing with the challenges posed to Nigeria and her citizens by bandits. In his most recent post on his Facebook account on Sunday the 24th of October, he submitted that declaring bandits as terrorists would worsen the insecurity posed by them.
According to the Daily Trust, no fewer than 18 people were reportedly dead after suspected bandits attacked a mosque in Maza-Kuka Community, Mashegu Local Government Area of Niger State. The gunmen stormed the mosque when worshippers were planning to observe prayer in the early hours of Monday, October 25, 2021.
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It has been figured out that hired Fulani mercenaries are being responsible for the alleged attack of Abolongo correctional facility in Oyo State, on Friday night. Photo credit: The Willing NG Recall that on Saturday, prisoners escaped from the Abolongo correctional facility in Oyo town, after some gunmen invaded the correctional center and freed many inmates.
The government could be left with few options than to officially identify bandits as terrorists after the gruesome attack on worshippers in a mosque. According to reports, the attack occurred at Maza-Kuka in the Mashegu Local Government Area of Niger state. It was reported that some armed gunmen stormed the mosque and indiscriminately shot at worshippers, killing about 18 persons.
Photo Credit: Today Despite the best efforts of the Nigerian government and the country's gallant troops and other security operatives to quell insecurity, not much success has been achieved so far. Just recently, the town of Maza-Kuka in the Mashegu Local government area of Niger State was thrown into deep mourning after 18 people were killed in a dastardly manner by unknown gunmen.
Following the years of exploration of mineral resources from the Ogoni Kingdom, the land that cover the area has been polluted with oil spillage. Photo: President Muhammadu Buhari, culled from the Nation The contamination has, grossly, affected that residents of the area to the extent that life could be considered miserable to them.
Gunmen in the early hours of today, 26th, October 2021, have reportedly killed and abducted some worshipers who were observing early morning prayer at a Mosque in Niger State. According to reports, the worshipers were saying their early morning prayers when the gunmen stormed the Mosque located at Mazukaka village in Mashegu LGA of the state around 5:30 am killing some worshipers, while also destroying properties.
Often times, it is always said that non-state actors should stay clear of matters that concerns the government. But, government is too big for politicians alone to handle. The recent statements made by the revered cleric, Sheikh Gumi, where he warned that there might be serious consequences if bandits are declared terrorists, have been generating mixed reactions.
Gunmen have allegedly attacked a mosque in Maza-Kuka village in Mashegu local government council of Niger State, killing 18 worshipers. According to reports, armed men stormed the community in huge numbers and attacked villagers who were praying early in the morning. Ahmed Ibrahim-Matane, the Secretary to the Niger State Government, confirmed the attack to The Nation.
No fewer than 18 people were reportedly killed in the early hours of Monday as armed bandits invaded Maza-Kuka Community, Mashegu Local Government Area of Niger State. Source: Daily Trust Sources told our correspondent that armed men, in large numbers, stormed the community on motorcycles and went straight to the mosque while the victims were observing their early morning prayers and killed 18 people.
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A man identified as Tyokaa in Makurdi has cried out over the shooting of his baby's right hand. The incident happened early this month. The police division attached to their community came to the area to attack some hoodlums. It was at this point that his wife was returning home from her work.
The executive governor of Ondo State, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has warned that the various criminal activities of kidnapping, bombing and physical assault on their people in some parts of the country which are being classified as banditry must be appropriately dealt with and treated as terrorism.
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Four people have been confirmed dead, while three others were injured, following a bloody clash, between Fulani herdsmen and the people of Jankasa village, in Zangon Kataf Local Government Area, of Kaduna State. The incident happened on Monday, October 25. It was gathered that the incident happened along some cattle routes, and it escalated into a fierce fight.
It's no longer news that some unknown gunmen believed to be bandits, invaded Maza-Kuka in the Mashegu local government council of Niger State, killed no fewer than 18 persons who were observing early morning prayers at a Mosque in Mazakuka village. The Commissioner of Police in the state, Monday Kuryas, who confirmed the incident disclosed that, the gunmen reportedly arrived on motorcycles and went straight into the mosque shooting sporadically resulting in the death of residents, they also abducted seven other worshipers at the mosque and destroyed property worth millions of naira belonging to Abubakar Maigandus in the village.
The Ogun State Government under the leadership of Governor Dapo Abiodun, has inducted the Road Safety Advisory Committee in the State, charging its members to discharge their duties consciously. The Committee shall be headed by the Deputy Governor, Mrs. Noimot Salako-Oyedele. The Governor noted the importance of roads to Nigerians, and said though efforts were made to improve air, water and rail transportation, his administration would continue to pay attention to roads and how to make them safe.