The Nigerian Army (NA) has been notified of an article making the rounds online, in which an allegation credited to Mrs Oluwaseun Sakaba, the widow of late Col Ibrahim Sakaba alleged that the late senior officer was assassinated for refusing to loot funds meant for fighting the Boko Haram Insurgency.
Just like we recite in our national anthem that the labor of our heroes shall never be in vain, so shall it be. Though, they are no more with us here on earth but their memories left an indelible mental projection which will never be forgotten in a hurry. We are talking about our Nigerian soldiers who lost their lives while fighting and defending our country against Boko Haram insurgency. They are great and will forever be remembered. In this article, i will be talking about our great hero, Lieutenant Colonel
Lt. Col Ibrahim Sakaba was born in 20th December, 1975. He is married and blessed with a son. Mr Sakaba graduated as an infantry officer in 2001 from the Nigerian Army 48 Regular Course at the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA). He was deployed in 2014 while a Major. His service number is N/10744. Shortly after his deployment as a staff officer at the Nigerian Army 7 Division, Maiduguri, in 2014, Mr Sakaba was involved in a clash with M.Y. Ibrahim, now a major-general, who was the acting general officer commanding
The worsening condition of insecurity has birthed civil unrest among the citizens.In Ziru Emirate, Kebbi state, thousands of villagers have fled their areas due to the invasion of bandits.These include areas as Sakaba, Donka, and Fakai local government.The banditry in Zuru Emirate has escalated between 2020 and this year especially in the last one month despite the warning attacks 7 years ago.
Meet The 'Zuru' People, Tribe Where All Male Child Must Farm For 7 Years To Be Eligible For Marriage
Zuru is a local government area in kebbi state, Nigeria. Zuru is the headquater of zuru emirate, the emirate consists of four local governments which are namely: Fakai, Sakaba, Wasagu and Zuru. The origin of the name Zuru came from the word 'Azuru' which means ' a land where lions lived'. it is believed that the people of from Zuru found and cleared a land which was filled with lions, they hunted and chased all the lions away and made it their own home. People of Zuru are known as warriors, and majority of
The Nigerian Army has reacted to the statement credited to the late Colonel Ibrahim Sakaba's widow, Mrs Oluwaseun Sakaba, that her husband was assassinated because he refused to loot funds meant for buying weapons to fight Boko Haram insurgents. Photo file: Late Colonel Sakaba and his widow.
Zuru is a close by government locale in kebbi state, Nigeria. Zuru is the headquater of zuru emirate, the emirate contains four neighborhood governments which are to be explicit: Fakai, Sakaba, Wasagu and Zuru. The beginning stage of the name Zuru started from the word 'Azuru' which infers ' a land where lions lived'. it is acknowledged that the people of from Zuru found and cleared a land which was stacked up with lions, they pursued and sought after all the lions away and made it their own home. Peopl
The Nigerian Army has refuted the allegation made by the wife of late Colonel Ibrahim Sakaba that he was assassinated for refusing to loot the money that was for fighting insurgency. The late Officer's widow was said to have made the allegation in her Instagram page but the Army described it as being baseless.
Nigerian Army Reacts, Says Late Sakaba Died Fighting, Not Assassinated As It Was Claimed By His Wife
The Nigerian Army has taken it to their social media handle to react to an allegation that was placed on them by the wife of the late con. Ibrahim Sakaba. The allegation was coming after the Nigerian army shared photos of ‘repentant’ Boko haram members seeking forgiveness from Nigerians.
Unknown gunmen have reportedly attack Kebbi State on Monday which led to the killing Of DPO, Police officers, and some residents.Some people living in Dankolo, Sakaba, Makuku, Dokar Kambari, and Kurmin Hodo villages in the Sakaba Local Government Area of Kebbi State fled their homes for their lives after some group of unknown bandit conducted an attack in those communities mentioned.
Bandits kill DPO, four policemen, others in Kebbi Scores of people in Dankolo, Sakaba, Makuku, Dakar Kambari, and Kurmin Hodo villages of Sakaba Local Government Area of Kebbi State have fled their homes in the aftermath of bandits attack that claimed many lives in their communities.
Gunmen suspected to be bandits have killed a Divisional Police Officer (DPO), eight other policemen and two members of a local security group, Yansakai, in the Sakaba Local Government Areas of Kebbi state.The DPO killed was identified as Jimoh Abdullahi.The State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Nafi’u Abubakar disclosed this in a statement on Monday.
Bandits Strike Again In Kebbi Occupants of some villages in Sakaba Local Government Area of Kebbi State, are counting their loses after bandits carried out a fresh attack which resulted in the loss of lives and properties.According to unconfirmed reports, some policemen including a Divisional Police Officer were feared killed during the bandits attack on these villages.
(1) Bandits kill DPO, four policemen, others in Kebbi Scores of people in Dankolo, Sakaba, Makuku, Dokar Kambari and Kurmin Hodo villages of Sakaba Local Government Area of Kebbi State have fled their homes in the aftermath of bandits attack that claimed many lives in their communities.