The FG Has Entered Its Denial Mode, Saying It Was Vandals That Damaged The Train, Not Bandits-Bulama
A well known political analyst, Bulama Bukarti has dragged the federal government after the FG reportedly claimed that the Kaduna-Abuja train was damaged by vandals and not bandits. According to a tweet he made on his verified twitter handle, he made it known that one Abuja-Kaduna train was damaged, but the federal government has already entered its denial mode, saying that it was vandals that damaged the train, not bandits.
A well known Nigerian political analyst, Bulama Bukarti has dragged President Buhari for refusing to declare bandits as terrorists. According to a recent tweet he made on his verified twitter handle, he stated it clearly that over a month ago, both chambers of the National Assembly passed motions urging President Buhari to declare bandits as terrorists, but uptill now, Buhari is still pretending like nothing happened.
According to BBC Hausa, dozens of civilians were reportedly killed in the early hours of Wednesday, September 15, 2021, after a military fighter jet mistakenly bombed a village named Buhari in Yobe State. Note: Pictures are for illustration purpose. According to a villager who spoke with the BBC, three fighter jets went around the area before one of the pilots dropped the bomb on the civilian population.
Popular journalist, Bulama Bukarti, has revealed that the Nigerian military killed dozens of bandits in Zamfara State. According to the journalist who specializes in terrorism reporting, nearly 100 bandits were killed by the military. Bukarti confirmed that some of the bandits escaped to neighboring states like Sokoto and Kastina.
Bulama Bukarti, a well-known journalist, has stated that there is no serious military operation in Zamfara State, contrary to what has been speculated on social media. The journalist alleged that the videos and pictures in circulation are not recent. Bulama, who specializes in terrorism reporting, made this known on his verified Twitter handle on Sunday, September 12, 2021.
Bulama Bukarti, a senior analyst in the extremism policy unit of the Tony Blair Institute for Social Change, has revealed the possible reasons why Boko Haram insurgents are surrendering to the Nigeria military in mass. Photo file: Bulama Bukarti and Boko Haram insurgents According to the Nigerian Army, more than 1000 Boko Haram fighters and about 229 associates, including women and children, have surrendered in the last two weeks in Borno State.
Bulama Reveals What Bandits Told Nine Communities To Do, After A Vigilante Group Killed Their Leader
As Insecurity continues to ravage the country many communities have been thrown into mourning, as properties and lives of their beloved have been lost to the attacks by these miscreants. Sadly, to no avail, the Nigerian securities have always been found absent or late towards such scenes when contacted.
Bulama Bukarti, a popular journalist, has revealed that 855 repentant Boko Haram insurgents were handed over to the Nigerian government by Cameroon last week. Bukarti added that the ex-terrorists fled to Cameroon following the death of Abubakar Shekau a few months ago. They were handed over to the federal government last week having been found to be Nigerians.
Audu Bulama Bukarti, who is a senior analyst in the Extremism Policy of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, has reacted to the report that the gunmen that kidnapped over 100 Bethel Baptist school students failed to keep their promise after allegedly receiving a sum of N100 million.
It's no longer news that Nigeria is facing security threats in different parts of the country. For many months, the activities of Boko Haram insurgents and bandits have been on the rise. However, In a video that was shared by Dele Momodu, Audu Bulama Bukarti, who is a senior analyst in the Extremism Policy of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, spoke about the problems facing insecurity in the northern part of the country.
"A Short Video Was Released Yesterday Where Shekau's Boys Too Confirmed Shekau's Death" -Audu Bulama
The death of Boko Haram's strongman, Abubakar Shekau is still an element of doubt to some Nigerians and other national bodies. This is because there is no solid evidence (like his corpse) to show the reality of the matter. However, the commander of the Islamic Western African Province (ISWAP) had confirmed that the embattled Boko Haram leader is no more.
Audu Bulama Bukarti is a senior Analyst in the extremism Policy unit of the Tony Blair Institute for Social Change who's known for seldomly make comments about insecurity in Nigeria.The Photo above is used for illustrative purpose only. Today, Audu Bulama Bukarti shared his opinions about the recent video released by Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) members who were boasting about their reunion with the Boko Haram insurgents.
The Kaduna, Kastina and Zamfara state governments have banned weekly markets in some villages and the sale of petrol in jerrycans to put an end to banditry, kidnapping and killings in the North. According to intelligence reports, bandits get their food items and logistics from the weekly village markets.
Despite all the tactics the Nigerian government has applied in order to have the popular terrorist group, Boko Haram, under control, we still continue to hear of the havoc they are causing in society. Boko Haram is responsible for most of the killings and kidnappings that are going on in society, especially in the northern region.
Following the incessant attacks by bandits in Katsina state, the state governor, Aminu Bello Masari has called on people in the state to procure weapons and defend themselves. Bandits operating in Katsina state has made life a living hell to citizens living in villages. They resort to attacks and kidnapping of innocent people who are force to abandon their homes and villages.
Human rights activist Bulama Bukarti has lauded President Muhammadu Buhari for his initiative in cracking down on dissidents in southern Nigeria. In a statement, Bulama Bukarti said he was pleased that President Buhari had taken action against the insurgents in the Southern part of Nigeria. Mr. Bukarti added that he urged President Buhari to continue doing so and return to the northern part of Nigeria, especially the North East and North West.
Is Boko Haram Using Jets? - Bulama Bukarti Reacts After NAF Denied Bombing A Civilian Village in Yobe
The Nigerian Air Force has denied a report that a NAF fighter jet bombed a civilian village in Yobe State. According to BBC Hausa, a military jet reportedly bombed a civilian village called Buhari in Yobe State in the early hours of Wednesday, September 15, 2021.
Niger state commissioner of Information Alhaji Mohammed Sani has been kidnapped by Unknown gunmen in the early hours of Monday. The commissioner has been kidnapped in his hometown of Sabon Tunga a suburb of Suleja in the state. Bulama Bukarti, Credit @bulamabukarti Daily Trust had reported that the Secretary to the Niger State government confirmed the incident.
Bulama Reacts to Surrendered Boko Haram Members Seeking Forgiveness From Nigerians By Using Placards
It came as a surprise when we received reports that some members of the popular terrorist group, Boko Haram, had surrendered their weapons and were asking Nigerians to forgive them. According to the Premium Times Nigeria Newspapers, the number of terrorists that have surrendered to the Nigerian Army is over 1000, including those who have repented before.
In a statement released by the veteran journalist who covers the operation of Boko Haram terrorists in Nigeria, Mr Bulama Bukarti announced via his Twitter handle that the Boko Haram terrorists has got a new acting commander after the death of their former leader. The dreaded terrorists organisation has released a video in which the acting commander addressed the terrorists.