Sunday Igboho's media aide, Olayomi Koiki, sent a message of hope on Thursday evening during his social media session. He encouraged Sunday Igboho's supporters not to give up hope. He said there would be light at the end of the tunnel. Sunday Adeyemo and his wife were arraigned in a Beninese court yesterday, and after a six-hour trial, the activist's wife was released, while the court still keeps chief Sunday Adeyemo until today when they will resume the proceedings in court.
The Human Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA has described Buhari's effort to curb insurgency in the country. The group noted that Buhari's comment that the lingering crisis in the North East is disturbing was pretentious and empty sophistry. Buhari made this statement on Thursday at a meeting with 12 governors present and members of the house of Assembly.
Jack Obinyan has reacted to the claims that security forces are unable to arrest bandits and terrorists. Jack Obinyan, who is known for commenting on issues relating to Nigeria, described the claims as naive. Photo: Jack Obinyan Note that ever since the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu in a foreign country, and the arrest of Sunday Igboho in the Benin Republic, many Socio-political commentators have accused the government of not giving the bandits and book Haram insurgents similar treatments.
The level of Insecurity in Nigeria is very high, and it has greatly affected the economy of the nation. Many terrorist organisations like Boko Haram, ISWAP, and many others have caused the deaths of thousands of combatants and civilians. On a quest to completely cripple the activities of terrorists in the country, Nigeria's government have acquired two kinds of deadly weapons that could cause great harm when combined.
Former Senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani who's a notable human right activist made a clear explanation of victims of terrorists attacks in the northern part of the country. Shehu Sani Image Credit: Google The unending bandits attacks in the northern part of the country has become worrisome.
Following the several deadly invasions, attacks and kidnappings carried out by bandits and suspected killer herdsmen in some of the states in the country, it would not be a bad idea for the federal government to declare the activities of bandits and herdsmen as an act of terrorism.
For months now, there have been series of insecurity issues in different parts of the country. Presently, bandits have taken control of different parts of the northern Nigeria, kidnapping and killing innocent Nigerians. Based on that note, the former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani has decided to speak.
In Nigeria of today, banditry and kidnapping is one of the enemies bedeviling our country and causing panic and terror , especially in the North. The Former senator while lamenting on this evil menace attacking the country, succinctly pointed out that, Banditry does not favour any religion, but a problem to all.
The Nigerian Army has welcomed 28 Boko Haram and ISWAP fighters, as well as their families, who have surrendered in Borno. According to the Nigerian Army, 28 members of Boko Haram and the Islamic State for West Africa Province, as well as their families, surrendered to troops from the 151 Task Force Battalion of the 21 Special Brigade in Borno State.
A notable human rights activist, Senator Shehu Sani has reacted to incessant terrorist kidnaps in the Northern part of Nigeria. According to the outspoken social media commentator, terrorists are no respecters of any religion. He pointed out two recent kidnaps by terrorists in the Northern region.
A Human Rights Activist and former senator representing the Kaduna Central has come out to refute the claims that the menace of banditry is an attempt to subdue a particular religion. He took to his social media handles to explain that terrorists in Northern Nigeria spare neither Christians or Muslims or Animists.
Former Senator representing Kaduna Central has taken to social media to say that terrorists in Nigeria don’t spare any religion, either the Muslims or the Christians. He made this assertion in a recent post on his Twitter handle. He recalled the disappointing incident when over 200 students of the Tegina Islamic school in Nigeria were reportedly attacked by bandits.
The former Senator of Southern Kaduna, Shehu Sani has spoken on the activities of the terrorists in the Northern Regions of Nigeria. In his statement on Facebook, Shehu Sani said that when it comes to the operation of the terrorists in the North, there is no ethnic group or religious group that is spare from being victimized by the terrorists.
Nigeria is going through a lot of security challenges, and this has affected the economy of the nation. However, Nigeria is not the only African country that's battling with insecurity. In this article, we'll be looking at four other African countries battling with insecurity.
Lately, insecurity across the country especially in the northern region seems to have taken a new level. But we should not forget the labor of our heroes, those who sacrificed their lives to protect others, like the security operatives. Today, Senator Shehu Sani has taken to his Twitter handle to share a thought regarding this issue of insecurity.
200 Students Of Tegina Islamic School In Niger State Are Still In The Hands Of Bandits- Sani Reveals
One of the major challenges our country is facing currently is the activities of bandits. The rate at which bandits are operating is increasing, especially in the northern region. We received reports a few days ago that bandits attacked the town of Regina in Niger State, where they abducted almost two hundred students from an Islamic school.
Mr. Joe Igbokwe took to his verified Facebook profile to share the photo of the super Tucano aircraft carrier that is now available for the Nigerian air force to be used against bandits and terrorists. This is great news for the masses, especially in the troubled regions of the country.
The Nigerian Air Force has confirmed that the first batch of A-29 Super Tucano Aircrafts obtain from the United States Of America has arrived in Nigeria safely. A statement which was signed by Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet stated that the aircraft arrived in Kano state at 12.30 p.m on Thursday, Gabkwet also states that the Honourable Minister of Defence, Chief of Army Staff, Chief of Air staff were on hand to receive the aircraft coming from The United States of America.
More trouble loads for Bandits and Boko Haram terrorists as Nigeria Air Force acquires first batch of A-29 Super Tucano. According to reports, the Tucano aircrafts arrived in Kano state today, July 22, 2021 at about 12:34 pm. The NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, in a statement confirmed the arrival of the fighter jets.
The era of banditry and insurgency in Nigeria will soon become a history as Nigerian Air Force (NAF) confirm the arrival of the first batch of the A-29 Tucano aircraft. The first batch of the A-29 Tucano aircraft arrived Kano, today 22 July 2021. Over the past few months, Nigeria have witnessed rising cases of banditry, kidnapping and terrorism.