Another Prominent Nigerian Shot Dead Unknown armed men suspected to be loyalists of later militia leader, Terwase Agwaza also known as Gana, Tuesday evening reportedly shot and killed Chief Terkura Suswam, elder brother of the former Benue Governor and the lawmaker representing Benue North-East senatorial district, Senator Gabriel Suswam. Vanguard gathered that
Suspected gang members of the late notorious Benue State militia leader, Terwase Agwaza, better known as Gana have led the Police to a mass grave where they buried their victims.The suspects who reportedly now work for Gana’s second in command simply identified as ‘Azonto’ were arrested in Osun State where they relocated to in order to negotiate the ransom of an already killed abductee, Mrs. Catherine Akiishi.
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Here are today's trending news YORUBA GROUPS SET JUNE 12 AS REFERENDUM DATE According to Naija News, several Yoruba Groups have on Thurday have set 12th of June, 2021 as referendum date after a meeting in Ibadan The purpose of the is to tackle the insecurity menace in Yorubaland hence the meeting w
Governor Ortom is right to condemn the killing of Gana—Benue’s Dreaded and repentant militia leader There have been serious argument caused by the actions taken by the special Operation AYEM APKATUMA III of the Nigerian military. Which has attracted so many reactions from many Nigerians. The killing of the Dreaded militia leader in Benue State, has also attracted so many opinions especially when Governor Ortom of Benue State condemned it and calls for the immediate release of the 40 arrested gang members
The death of Terwase Agwaza aka Gana has been viewed in different ways and also from different angles without the truth being said. Benue state most wanted criminal, Terwase Agwaza popularly known as Gana was shot dead by the Nigerian Army in what seemed to be like an assassination or an extra judicial killing, following his turn out and surrendering to an amnesty declaration. Gana was known to be an invisible criminal who terrorised the local towns Katsina Ala and Ukum Local government areas of Benue State.
Dividends of Gana's Death: Taraba Governor Urge People who Fled Tiv/Jukun Crisis to Return. Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku has called on residents of Chonku village in Wukari Local Government Area who fled their homes due to the crisis between the Tivs and Jukun to return. The Governor made the call while laying the foundation for a Military and police base at the villga today, Thursday, the 24th of September 2020. He said the officers at the base will provide residents security and urged them to return.
Recall that for over five (5) days now, reactions have continued to trail the controversial circumstances that surrounded the death of the Benue wanted notorious gang leader, Terwase Agwaza, "Gana", who was killed by the Nigerian Army while on his way to Benue state government house at Gbese-Gboko-Makurdi road, on Tuesday. Ealier on Tuesday, Gana had surrendered to the Benue state government in Katsina-Ala township stadium in Katsina Ala Local Government Area of Benue North by community leaders, following
Before his election as the executive governor of Benue State, his excellency Governor Samuel Ortom fully knew that herdsmen were killing People in the state. During his campaign Governor Ortom had promised to put a full stop to the killings of people by the herdsmen. Even after his election as the executive governor of Bayelsa State, the killings by the herdsmen still continued. In his bid to stop the killing Ortom at the early stage of his administration declared amnesty. Many youths of Benue State came and
The death of one late Mr Terwase Agwaza popularly known as "Gana" has been the topic of most television stations for some days after he was killed by the military. Terwase Agwaza "Gana" is a popular and most wanted Notorious gang leader in Benue. He was killed by the Nigerian army on when he was on his way to Benue state government house at Gbese-Gboko Makurdi road, on a Tuesday after surrendering to the Benue state government and was being welcomed by the state Governor, Samuel Ortom. While in an interview,
Fresh details has emerged about the last moments of the dead wanted notorious Benue criminal, "Gana". Recall that over the last five (5) days, reactions have continued to trail the controversial circumstances that surrounded the death of the Benue wanted notorious gang leader, Terwase Agwaza, "Gana", who was killed by the Nigerian Army while on his way to Benue state government house at Gbese-Gboko-Makurdi road, on Tuesday. Ealier on Tuesday, Gana had surrendered to the Benue state government in Katsina-Ala
Recall that, over 3 days now, the responsibilities of Terwase Agwaza, "Gana," who was murdered by the Nigerian army while traveling to Gbese-Gboko-Makurdi road's Benue state house continued to monitor the contentious circumstances which gave rise to Benue' s death. On Tuesday, Ealier, following the state administration's amnaesty scheme, was handed over by community leaders to the state government in the city of Katsina-Ala, in the Katsino Ala Local Government Area of Benue North, but killed when transported
Despite Allegdly Inheriting Magical Powers From Gana, Military Arrest's his Second in Command The Nigerian Military has arressted the second in Command to late Benue State gang leader, Terwase Agwaza otherwise known as Gana, Kumaor Fachii alias Commander. Fachii was arrested in Agbi village in Katsina Ala Local Government Area of Benue State, according to the Commander, 4 Special Forces Command of the Military Doma, Major General Gadzama Ali. Parading the suspect before newsmen, he said, "36 days back, the dreaded
GANA’S KLLING: QUESTIONS UNANSWERED The gruesome extra judicial murder of Mr. Terwase Agwaza, (aka Gana) on the 8th September 2020, to say the least, sent shock waves of signals through my spines. This was not because he was not a notorious leader of a criminal gang, but because of the consequences of the manner of his brutal killing by the Nigerian military. I know, for sure the looming dangers of the killing outweigh the hurried injustice perpetrated by the federal troop. History is the best teacher in
Peace may soon return to the Benue-Taraba axis following the death of two notorious criminals operating in the two States. (Gana) Recall that Terwase Agwaza otherwise known as Gana who tormented residents of some Local Governments in the two States was gunned down by the military while enroute to Makurdi, the Benue State capital to accept a second amnesty offer from the State Government. His death doo controversial, ushered in an era of peace in the region and barely three months after, another notorious criminal,
Barely 24 hours to Christmas day, armed gunmen stormed the residence of the Katsina Ala Local Government chairman in Benue State and killed three police officers guarding him. According to the Benue State Police Command Spokesperson, the gunmen stormed the Chairman's residence in the early hours of today morning. The Chairman, Mr Alfred Atera was not hurt but three police officers in an effort to wade off the attackers were killed, she said. Governor Samuel Ortom while reacting to the assassination attempt on
The Nigerian forces deserve some accolades as many of them who are truly fighting for the betterment of the country's security have been recording successes in recent time. Recall that the notorious serial killer,Terwase Agwaza, better known as Gana was killed by the Nigerian army on his way to Benue state government house at Gbese-Gboko-Makurdi road, on Tuesday. Following the amnesty program by the state, Gana surrendered to the Benue state government but was killed on his way to meet the state governor, Samuel
Today's Headlines:Buhari Tackles Southern Govs On Open Grazing Ban, Over 100 Persons Killed In Benue
Buhari tackles southern govs on open grazing ban President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday expressed a strong resolve to address the conflicts of herders and farmers for a permanent solution. Photo credit: Daily Post The Presidency insisted that Buhari's action was before the ban on open grazing by the Southern Governors Forum.
Senator Gabriel Suswan elder brother, Terkula was killed by unknown people and the Benue State government has placed the sum of N5 million to anyone who will give rightful information on how to capture these killers.
Barely three months after the notorious gang leader, Terwase Agwaza, popularly known as Gana, was killed by the Nigerian soldiers on the day he claimed he had surrenderd, the four Special Forces of the Nigeria Army, Doma, have recorded another victory as it disclosed that no fewer than 41 members of the notorious gang leader has been arrested. According to vanguardngr, it was gathered that not only did the Special Forces nabbed the chief priest, but the dreaded shrine was also razed. The chief priest was said