Prophet Samson's Prophecy Fulfilled, As Police Made Mass Arrest Of Bandits, Kidnappers, In Niger State
The Niger State Police Command said it has arrested dozens of kidnappers, rapists, bandits and murderers in Niger State following a massive crackdown on criminal elements across the state. Monday Kuryas, Commissioner of Police in the state, revealed this in Minna on Saturday, stating that 259 suspects have been apprehended.
Did you know that according to an ancient curse, the Kingdom of Kumbwada in Northern Nigeria can only be ruled by a woman? Kumbwada is an ancient kingdom in the northern part of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with a population of about 33,000 people. The town is located in Niger State.
The attacks of terrorists seem to be increasing on daily basis, following the different terribly reports in some parts of the nation. So many Nigerians have been wondering how these bandits get such sophisticated weapons they use in tormenting the peace of the country. According to TVC News, it was gathered that a 30-year-old notorious gun dealer, Shehu Ani Kachalla, had supplied 450 rifles and 8000 love ammunition to different kinds of criminals in Zamfara, Kaduna and Niger State.
On 9th September, 2021 the Emir of Kagar, Alhaji Attahiru Ahmed Gunna, Emir of Minna, Alhaji Umar Faruq Bahago, Etsu Nupe, Alhaji Yahaya Abubakar, Emir of Agaie and other dignitaries and prominent people across Niger State attended the Fiddau prayer of Late Emir of Kontagora, Alhaji Saidu Namaska at Kontagora Emirate Palace Ground in Kontagora, Niger State, Nigeria.
Commissioner Of Police Speaks About The Achievements Of the Force, And Promises Citizens A Safer Society
Niger State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Monday Kuryas, confirmed the development made by the state police force. "The Police force of the state arrested about 259 suspects over banditry, kidnapping, condemnable homicides, rape, herders to farmers conflicts, and other crimes in Niger State.
Niger State is currently an APC control State, under the leadership of Governor Abubakar Sani Bello. Like other states in northern Nigeria, Niger State is also suffering security challenges ranging from Bako Haram, Bandits, etc, this has made life miserable for many citizens of the state.
The Newly appointed NECO Registrar, Professor Dantani Ibrahim Wushishi, condemned the rate at which students and schools engage in exam malpractice. He said the high rate is due to the credence is given to paper qualification and certification over skill and competence. Image Source: Daily Trust
Photo Credit: Punch Newspaper In a news that was published by Punch Newspaper this afternoon, it was made known that some bandits, who had their hideouts in Zamfara and Katsina forests, have met their waterloo, after the operatives of the Nigerian Military conducted series of airstrikes on their hideouts.
According to Newsmen, it was gathered that some bandits on their way to escape a military attack on them, unfortunately ran into another military camp in a village in Niger State. Reports confirmed that the soldiers engaged them in an intensed gun fight which forced them to run into the forest with serious injuries.
The Registrar of the National Examination Board (NECO) Professor Dantani Ibrahim Wushishi had advocated for the abolition of the policy of using credit in English and Mathematics as the main criteria for the admission of students to Nigerian universities. Image Source : Dailytrust. The Registrar said this during the 2021 National Conference of the Association of Model Islamic Schools in Minna, the capital of Niger State, where he delivered a paper titled"The Consequences of Examination Malpractice: Closing the Gaps and Incentives for National Growth."
Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State. Photo Credit: Nigerian Tribune In a news that was published yesterday, it was made known that a primary school teacher, whose name was given as Alhaji Usman Galadima, has been suspended by the State Universal Basic Education Board, SUBEB for defiling 14 pupils in the primary school where he thought.
The Niger State Commissioner for Health, Muhammad Makusidi, had said that Niger State has recorded at least, 100 deaths from cholera from April this year to date. According to Vanguard News, Makusidi made this known while responding to journalists questions in an interview at the ongoing workshop for newsmen, organised by Pathfinder International in Minna, the Niger State capital.
Niger State Government has characterized late Alhaji Saidu Namaska, the Sarkin Sudan, Kontagora of Niger State as an advocate of love, peace and unity. Alhaji Saidu died today, at the age of 84. He died in FCT, Abuja after a long illness. The Niger State Govenrment sent their condolence message thtough Mr. Ibrahim Ahmed Matane, the Secretary to the State Government (SSG).
A Cholera Outbreak in Niger State has claimed the lives of no fewer than 150 persons across the 25 local government areas of the State from April this year till date. Dr. Mohammed Makusidi, the State Commissioner for Health, disclosed this at a workshop organized by Pathfinder International in Minna.
The emir who died at the age of 84, spent 47 years on the throne. Details of his death are sketchy but Daily Trust gathered that the monarch died at an Abuja Hospital. The Emir’s death comes three months after bandits gunned down his son during an attack on the monarch’s farm.
Alhaji Saidu Umaru Namaska, the Sarkin Sudan of Kontagora, Niger State, has died. The emir, who died at the age of 84, reigned for 47 years. The exact circumstances of his death are unknown, however it is believed that he passed at an Abuja hospital.
In just two years, the Federal Government has expended 12.26 billion naira under its feeding programme, National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) In Niger State, to feed school children. Amina Gua'ar, the focal person for NSIP in the state, disclosed this. About 560,000 children are currently being fed in 2,663 schools across Niger State.
It is no longer news that Nigeria is bedeviled with all manner of insecurities, ranging from incessant kidnapping of school children, banditry, the rampaging killer herdsmen, and criminal activities of unknown gunmen who go about destroying and burning government properties. There is tension all over the country and people are living in fear.
Africa is blessed with a lot of powerful men of God that are capable of giving prophecies about what is about to happen in the future to an extent, According to wikipedia, A prophecy is a message that is claimed by a prophet to have been communicated to them by a deity.
The intelligent and vibrant Emir of Kantagora, Alhaji Said Umaru Namasks is dead. He reportely died while receiving treatment at a hospital in Abuja, his death is a big blow to the people of Niger State. Photo credit: Daily Times The people of Kontangora and Niger state are yet to recover from the Death of his son, Prince Bashir Saidu Namaska, it was reported that he was killed few months ago by bandit while he was at the farm, some people were also abducted by the bandits.