School run is a daily routine that allows parents to take and bring back their kids from school. As we know, not all parents subscribe to their kids riding on school buses, for the reasons best known to them. Children are usually very happy to see their parents take them to school.
Today's Headlines: Army Battle Bandits On Kaduna-Zaria Highway, "Caution IPOB" - NEF To Igbo Leaders
Army Battle Bandits On Kaduna-Zaria Highway Photo Credit: Naija News Troops of the Nigerian Army on Monday successfully repelled an attack by bandits along the Kaduna-Zaria highway. However, two villagers and a traveller were killed by the armed gunmen during the encounter with the troops of 4Demo Battalion in some locations around Igabi local government area of Kaduna State.
Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has raised some questions following the placement of a N100million bounty on Nnamdi Kanu's head by 75 Northern Groups. Report has it that the 75 Northern Groups declared the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, wanted and placed a N100 million bounty as reward for whoever will provide him healthy and alive to face prosecution.
It was reported that gunmen who were suspected to be bandits, invaded Federal Government Girls College in Kebbi State, Birnin Yauri to be precised. The suspected bandits who Invaded the school, abducted three teachers and about thirty students as reported. It was also learnt that the bandits came heavily armed on motorcycles from a neighboring forest to attack the school after fighting with the mobile police unit of which they killed one officer.
Today's Headline: Buhari Dragged To Court Over Twitter Ban, Govs' Wives Break Silent Over Job Crisis
Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) alongside 176 other Nigerians have dragged president Muhammadu Buhari to court over the banning of Twitter in the country. Twitter was banned by the federal government of Nigeria some days ago, because it was believed that Nigerians are misusing Twitter.
The Nigerian Security forces which included the Police, DSS and Vigilante stormed a bandit hideout in a forest near Abuja where they were able to rescued one victim. In a video shared by popular Human Right activist, Reno Omokri, the Nigerian security forces were seen combing the forest searching for the bandits that hide in the forest.
Today's Headlines: Nigeria at the point of no return says US Report, Bandits demand N110m to release abducted Islamic School Pupils
Nigeria at the point of no return, says US report photo credit: thisdaylive/twitter According to Thisdaylive, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Havard Kennedy school in the US have concluded that as a Nation, Nigeria is at the point of no return with all the signs of a failed Nation.Robert Rotberg (photo credit: thisdaylive)
N-Power scheme: FG set to absorb 550,000 Nigerians No fewer than 550,000 Nigerians have been shortlisted for the Batch C N-Power programme under the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS). The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq, who disclosed this in Abuja during a press briefing, also announced the resolve of the present administration to give one nutritious meal daily to 9,196,823 pupils in classes 1 to 3 in public primary schools across 54,619 schools nationwide.
As reported by the Peoples Gazette, bandits stormed Federal Government College (FGC) in Yauri, Kebbi State where they whisked away with many students and teachers. The gunmen stormed the school around 12 afternoon and they started shooting sporadically where many students got injured as result of gunshots.
The talented Nigerian nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh has taken to her social media platform, to reveals that she just reconnect with her school father, after 19 years. This beautiful and intelligent nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh also prayed for her fans, that Almighty God will locate them with their destiny helper in this month of June.
Image used to illustrate the story The kebbi State Commissioner of Police, Mr Adeleke Adeyinka Bode, confirmed the abduction of 4 male teachers, one female and an unspecified number of school children from the Federal Government College, Birnin-Yauri, in the Yauri area of Kebbi State.
While a lot of parents and Nigerians have been calling on the government to intervene by rescuing the Islamiyya students of Salihu School Tegina in Rafi local government Area of Niger state who were Kidnapped, Sunrise TV decided to Grant an interview to some of the parents as they share their ordeal.
Enemies Of Nigeria And Enablers Of Corruption Made A Futile Effort To Protest And Failed Woefully-Igbokwe Echoes
Joe Igbokwe has taken to his verified faceboom profile to share the statement of Peter Oparah, about how enemies of Nigeria tried to protest on June 12 but failed . Peter Oparah one of the All Progressive Congress (APC) party members, is also a strong supporter of president Buhari.
On Thursday 17th of June, 2021 Daily Trust reported that Bandits have abducted some students of Government Girls College, Birnin Yauri, Kebbi State. According to Daily Trust, The Gunmen rode on motorcycles, and invaded the school from neighbouring Rijau forest on Thursday afternoon and Abduct At least 30 students and three teachers.
Shehu Sani is a 53 years old Nigerian senator, author, playwright, and a human rights activist. In a recent post published on social media by the senator, he revealed that the schools in Nigeria have become sitting ducks for terrorists and bandits. His tweet appears as a reference to the recently attacked students of Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic.
Omolayo Ojo, a staff member of a private school who was kidnapped by unknown gunmen on Thursday morning, has been released a few hours after the kidnapping. The gunmen kidnapped her and hijacked the private school bus at Oba Ile Estate, Akure North Local Government Area, Ondo State, at around 6.45 p.m. on Thursday. Her kidnappers threatened to kill her if she didn't collaborate with them, according to the victim. She went on to say that she was later released in the bush near Ilara Mokin in the state's Ifedore
No fewer than 939 students have been kidnapped from different secondary schools and tertiary institutions across the federation between December 2020 and May 2021, a new survey that tracks kidnapping incidents in schools has revealed. With the rising incidents of students’ abduction, Global Rights, a Washington-based human rights organisation, asked the federal government to audit the Safe School Initiative, a $30 million project initiated under the Goodluck Jonathan administration to protect schools nationwide.
The rate of insecurity in the country is alarming, worrisome and terrifying. Kidnapping and banditry has been the order of the day as killing spree continued and Nigerians are worried, and scared because there is no guaranty of where is safe in the country. The situation of things in the country seem to look like what Chinua Achebe wrote in his novel about things fallen apart is becoming a reality.
Image used to narrate the story Reports revealed No fewer than 936 students of secondary and tertiary institutions were kidnapped by suspected bandits and Boko Haram members across the country within the vacuum of 6 months. Therefore, it was the incessant abduction by the Fulani jihadists tended to have caused the planned June 12 nationwide protest by the National Association of Nigerian Students NANs and other concerned Nigerian youths.
Nigerian is no longer safe, Just This Morning Suspected gunmen kidnapped one worker who was on duty to transport children to school on Thursday morning in Oba Ile Estate of Akure North local government area of Ondo State. According to Verified Need outlets: Leadership" The incident, which occurred around 6:45 a.m. happens while the driver and the attendant were moving around to pick up the pupils from their various houses, which is located inside the Estate, to their school, caused chaos in the estate, .