Super Eagles Captain, who was recently signed as a forward and left-winger by Turkish Süper Lig Club Faith Karagumruk, has condemned the gruesome killing of at least twenty-five (25) Muslims in Jos while travelling back to Ondo after attending Annual Zikr prayer in Bauchi to mark Islamic New Year known as Muharram 1st.
Bandits have caused a lot of problem in Nigeria, they have attacked many communities and kidnapped some people within the country. (Photo Credit: Afrikinfo). Recently, bandits killed 35 persons in Yelwa Zangam community (Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State) and this attack has caused a lot of tension within the area.
Many people were reportedly killed and several others injured as gunmen invaded a bar in Jos, Plateau State. According to a statement issued by the Plateau State Police Command, not fewer than 10 people have been killed by armed men. The statement also confirmed that many others sustained serious gunshot wounds.
According to reports, as per several media outlets, no fewer than 25 persons have been killed by armed bandits in a fresh round of attacks in Plateau state. The killings took place in Yelwa Zangam community in the Jos North Local Government Area of the state, in the early hours of Wednesday.
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Political activist and co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement, Aisha Yesufu has reacted to the statement of the Plateau State Police Command, wherein it was confirmed that 22 travellers who were on their way from Bauchi were killed in Jos, the capital city of Plateau State.
The Jama’atu Nasril Islam, JNI, on Sunday, condemned the killing of 22 travelers in Jos who were heading to Ondo from Bauchi. It warned that if government continues to treat security matters with levity, anarchy will take the nation by storm. The statement, which was signed by the Secretary-General, Khalid Abubakar Aliyu, called on the Federal and Plateau state governments to ensure the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators of the murder in cold blood.
The Plateau State Police Command yesterday confirmed the death of 22 persons following an outbreak of violence on Rukuba Road in Jos, the state capital yesterday. Photo Credit: Dailypost The police also confirmed the arrest of 12 suspects and the rescue of 21 people from the incident.
The Plateau State Police Command has confirmed the kidnap of a student in Kings College, Barkin Ladi in Plateau State in the early hours of Thursday.Gunmen believed to be bandits stormed the missionary school at about midnight, breaking the parameter fence to gain access, Rev.
Following the report that about 230 travelers of the Igbo extraction were attacked and killed in Jos, Plateau State, the police have insisted that the report is false. According to the Plateau State Police Command, the report about the killing of 230 Igbos in Jos is fake and should be disregarded.
The Plateau State Police Command has revealed how a Lebanese citizen has been molesting 14 years old girls in Jos.The foreigner has been arrested and detained by the state police team.From the report released by the newsmen, the Lebanon man is identified as Simo.He has been sleeping with several young girls around the community who are underaged.
Senator Shehu Sani, a former lawmaker representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District, berated the killing of 22 Muslim hopefuls in Plateau State. Reports say the victims were on their way from the 'Annual Zikr Prayer' in Bauchi State when the criminals attacked them. The incident was confirmed by the Plateau State Police Command through its Public Relations Officer, ASP Ubah Ogaba.
According to a report published by THE NATION, some gunmen have killed the Senior Special Assistant to Benue Governor Samuel Ortom on Security, AIG Christopher Dega (Rtd) in Jos, Plateau State Capital. According to reports, Christopher Dega was shot in the chest several times by gunmen on Tuesday.
The Plateau State Police Command has refuted the claims making the rounds that unidentified persons have killed 230 Igbos in Jos, Plateau State. The state Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Ubah Ogaba, on Sunday, debunked the report in a statement he personally issued in Jos.
Plateau State Police Command has confirmed the death of ten persons in an attack by gunmen in Kuru village, Jos South Local government Area of the state. It was reported that the victims were shot on Sunday night, at a drinking joint located at Sabon Layi, Kuru.
The school is an arm of Calvary ministries and is about 60 kilometres from Jos, the state capital.A global mission leader and President Para-Mallam Peace Foundation, Reverend Gideon Para-Mallam confirmed to Channels TV that the attackers broke the rear fence of the school where a hole was drilled to gain access into the school compound and abducted the students.
It was a black Saturday yesterday August 14th, 2021 following the attack on Fulanis who are of Muslim Faithful by some youths suspected to be Christian Militia, around Rukuba Road, in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State, Nigeria. A statement by the Spokesperson if the Plateau State Police Command ASP Gabriel Ubah Ogaba confirmed the incident yesterday in Jos, the State Capital.
The Plateau State Police Command has described social media reports that a luxurious bus conveying commuters of Igbo extraction was set ablaze by unknown persons, killing 230 passengers in Jos as fake, malicious and aimed at stirring up conflicts in the State. The State Police image maker, ASP Ubah Ogaba, in a statement on Sunday said the Command has no record of such incident anywhere in Jos.
Four students of Capro Secondary Mission School located at Gana Ropp in Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of Plateau State were abducted in the early hours of Thursday.However, three of the students have escaped, while one is still in captivity.The school is an arm of Calvary ministries.
Due to recent outburst of violence and attacks that occured in Jos North Local Government Area and other environs, Plateau State over the weekend, the State Government has imposed series of movement restrictions in parts of the states. The violence is said to have started in the early days of August 2021, when suspected Fulani herdsmen attacked Irigwe community in Jebbu Miango, in Bassa LGA Plateau State.The attack left few residents of the community dead , many farms destroyed and over 200 houses razed.
Many people have reportedly lost their lives after some youths clashed with Fulanis in Jos the Plateau state capital on Saturday, Newspremises has learnt. The clash which left sources of people dead and others injured, occurred around Rukuba Road, Jos North Local Government Area of the State.