Nigerian Navy Helicopter Found In South-West Forest. There's also a tension all over the South-West region after a Nigerian Navy helicopter (NNJI3) was seen in a forest. It was reported that the state where the chopper was found couldn't be ascertained at the moment but it was also learnt that the locals saw and recorded the helicopter on Thursday June 3.Photo Credit: Daily Post
The arrest of a popular monarch (HRH Dr Selky Kile Torughedi) in Azuzuama community has caused a lot of tension in Bayelsa state. Also, some members of IYC (Ijaw Youth Council) and MOSIEND (Movement for the Survival of the Izon Ethnic Nationality) were part of the ongoing protest in Bayelsa.
There was a peaceful demonstration by the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) on the 26th - 28th of May 2021 which main motive was the release of the National Chairman and immediate constitution of executives in the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Board. Notably, a section of this protest was carried out in Mbiama - Yenagoa axis of the East-West Road which resulted to heavy traffic jam as movement of vehicles were withheld and blocked for several hours.
Bomb Explosion Rocks Ebonyi Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria An unidentified suicide bomber has blown self to pieces in Afikpo town, Afikpo local government area of Ebonyi State. DAILY POST gathered that the incident occurred at about 12pm on Tuesday. Commissioner for Internal Security, Stanley Okoro who confirmed the incident, noted that he was yet to get details of what happened.
Bayelsa Won't Be The Place for IPOB To Push Their Secessionist Agenda- Ijaw Youth Council Warns IPOB
Recent reports by the Bayelsa State Police command indicates that the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) are planning to hold a meeting at Bayelsa. The Bayelsa Police Command revealed that they'll deal with any person or group of people who tries to disrupt the peace of the state, adding that people shouldn't associate themselves with the group.
Some members of the Ijaw Youth Council IYC, central zone have blocked the popular east west road in a protest at the Mbiama axis. According to the 12 pm news read on Rhythm 94.7 FM, Yenagoa, the protest had led to the restriction in the movement of vehicles in the ever busy road which connects States of the Niger Delta region.
The President of the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) worldwide has escaped a terrible accident which involved the car he was traveling in.According to The Breath TV on its Facebook page, it noted that the IYC president comrade Peter Igbifa, was coming into Bayelsa State to celebrate the Adaka Boro's day in the wee hours of a raining afternoon on Sunday, when the car lost control and hit a pole causing the car to tumble before it ditched on the roadside.
Just less than twenty four hours to the #occupynigerdelta mother of all protest, the president of Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) worldwide, Comr Peter Timothy Igbifa has been kidnapped by unknown men harmed with sophisticated weapons. According to the driver of the IYC President Mr Wisdom he noted that the gunmen were masked up and was tailing them in a red mazda car along Port Harcourt international airport road when he was hurrying to cash his flight to Abuja.
Ijaw leader and former president of Ijaw Youth council, Asari Dokubo has described the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu as a criminal. In a video released on his social media platform, Asari Dokubo accused Nnamdi Kanu of using the 'Biafran struggle' as a business venture.
Mujahid Asari Dokubo, the former leader of the Ijaw Youth Council has released a video where he verbally accused the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu of being a criminal. He described the activities of Kanu as that of a business man who uses the "Biafran Struggle" as his venture.
Ijaw Youths have expressed their displeasure over the non-appointment of a substantive Board in the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC). Offices of the Board in various States in the Niger Delta region have been shutdown indefinitely owing to the recent protest by the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) for the non-appointment of Substantive board by the Federal Government.
Today's Headlines: "Nigeria Will Remain One Despite Challenges" — Edwin, Gunmen Abduct IYC President
Nigeria will remain one despite challenges — Edwin: Elder statesman and Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark, has said that Nigeria would remain united in spite of her many challenges. He stated this at a mass held to mark his 94th birthday anniversary in Abuja on Tuesday.
The Honourable Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio has made a move towards meeting with the youth leaders of the region. Akpabio, in a public notice released by the Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, Dr Babayo Ardo, has invited the president General of Niger Delta Youth Council, Comrade Terry Obieh along with other youth leaders of the region to meet with the leadership of the ministry on Friday 4th June, 2021.
Peter Igbifa, the President of the IYC, reclaims his freedom from kidnappers. Peter Igbifa, the abducted President of the Ijaw Youth Council, IYC Worldwide, has been freed twenty-four hours after he was allegedly kidnapped in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State. NDDC said that the IYC leadership had monetized the disagreement with angry stakeholders in order to destroy the renowned character of the Ijaw youths umbrella group by allegedly fanning the flames of division among the Niger Delta people as a result of the recent protest by the IYC.
The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) Central Zone in strong terms warns the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) over plan of holding meetings in Bayelsa State. Chairman of IJaw Youth Council (IYC) Central Zone, Comr. Clever Inodu, in a statement, noted that the activities of the IPOB if not checked is capable of breaching peace in the State.
The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) had today issued a stern warning to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) after an Intelligence report revealed the group's plans to conduct a meeting in Bayelsa state. According to reports reaching us from verified sources, the group had seriously warned that the residents of Bayelsa state should dissociate themselves from anything that has to do with coming in contact with the proscribed group.
It will be remembered that in the early days of President Muhammadu Buhari's presidency, the so-called Niger Delta Avengers destroyed a number of pipelines in the Niger Delta region, decreasing the country's oil supply. The Niger Delta Development Commission has been without a board to oversee its operations for quite some time.
Some members of the Ijaw Youth Council IYC have shut down the office of the Niger Delta Development Commission NDDC in Yenagoa the Bayelsa State capital. According to news that was shared on Facebook it noted that some members of the central zone of the IYC carried out the act in compliance with the planned mother of all protest that was being organized by the council.
According to the latest news on social media, the President of the Ijaw Youth Council, Peter Igbifa was involved in a terrible accident today, being Sunday.It was gathered from the report that the accident happens along East-West Road.But the good news about it is that he wasn't hurt as he narrowly escaped death.
The ijaw Youth Council President, Peter igbifa has reportedly escaped death in an auto accident.According to reports gathered by Sahara reporters, Ijaw Youth Council President, Peter igbifa was heading to Bayelsa state for the celebration of Isaac Adaka Boro's Day when his car lost control during a downpour, crashed into a pole.