Rescued victims In one of the aggressive clearance to rid the north central of hoodlums terrorizing residents, the troops of Operation WHIRL STROKE just recorded a massive hit, where about 34 hostages were rescued and several kidnappers arrested in Logo LGA of Benue State. The Defence Headquarters, on Friday afternoon confirmed this victorious news as they released a press statement to this effect. The statement revealed that, the troops acted on credible intelligence received of the notorious kidnapping syndicate
Suspected Kidnappers The Nigerian Army under the 'Operation Whirl Stroke' says it has arrested 2 suspected kidnappers and rescued 32 kidnapped victims in a raid at Tomayin village in Logo Local Government Area of Benue State on Thursday, July 16, reports Grassrootreportersng.com. According to the Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Major General John Enenche, the notorious syndicate operated in the general area of Igbom village, Nenzev council ward of Logo LGA. He said the troops had contact with the bandits
Troops kill notorious Kidnap leader, Zwa Ikyegh, rescue 32 victims in Benue. The Defence Headquarters has disclosed that the troops of Operation WHIRL STROKE have killed a notorious kidnap kingpin, Zwa Ikyegh, at Tomayin village in Logo LGA of Benue State. Zwa Ikyegh, a leader of a gunmen group in Benue, was killed in hot chase by troops, and other gunmen escaped with gunshot wounds, said Enenche. Enenche noted that all the rescued kidnapped victims have been reunited with their families in different communities
BREAKING: National Assembly Service Commission Appoints Acting Clerk | Sahara Reporters His appointment comes a day after the commission queried Mohammed Sani-Omolori for refusing to retire as clerk after 35 years in service. Troops of Operation Whirl Stroke have killed a notorious kidnap kingpin, Zwa Ikyegh, at Tomayin village in Logo LGA of Benue State. The soldiers also rescued 32 hostages held captive for over a month. A report has emerged that the federal government will reopen schools nationwide in September.
Here are pictures of suspected kidnappers arrested in Benue state by the troops of Operation Whirl Stroke alongside Kidnapped victims rescued by the soldiers. The military in continuation of its aggressive clearance operation in the North-Central region of the country to get rid of criminal elements, recorded successes against kidnap gang and its kingpins. According to reports, the notorious kidnap syndicate terrorizing the general area of Igbom village in Nenzev council ward of Logo LGA, were apprehended following
Gunmen suspected to be armed bandits have opened fire on the convoy of the Benue state governor, Samuel Ortom.The Punch reported that the convoy of the governor came under gunfire on Saturday, afternoon, March 20, along the Makurdi-Gboko highway.
A Notorious Kidnapper identified as, Zwa Ikyegh has been eliminated by Nigerian Troops during Operation Whirl Stroke at Logo Local Government Area (LGA) in Benue State. Rescued from the kidnapper are 32 people held hostage by Zwa for over a month. Major General John Enenche, the Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, disclosed this in an official statement on Friday. According to him, the troops acted on credible intelligence on the activities of the "notorious Kidnap syndicate" whose den was located at Tomayin
Troops of Operation Whirl Stroke have executed an infamous hijack boss, Zwa Ikyegh, at Tomayin town in Logo LGA of Benue State. The troopers additionally saved 32 prisoners held hostage for longer than a month. The Coordinator, Defense Media Operations, Maj. Gen. John Enenche, in an announcement on Friday, said that the activity was done on Thursday. It said that some speculated hijackers got away with discharge wounds. The announcement read, "Following tenable knowledge on the exercises of an infamous