In the area of architectural innovations and advancements, humans are constantly testing their limits by designing and building structures that either defy the law of physics or matches their environment in an extraordinary way. The United Arab Emirates is known for its advancement in architecture. The middle eastern country also houses the world's tallest skyscraper; the Burj Khalifa (as of October 2021) among many other architectural masterpieces.
Authorities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have named six Nigerians with ties to Boko Haram as terrorist financiers. Source: The Guardian The UAE cabinet, on Monday, issued Resolution No 83 of 2021, designating 38 individuals and 15 entities as backers of the sect and other terrorist cause.
Photo of a market in Kano. Kano State is one of the leading commercial states of Nigeria, according to statistics the state is one of the most populated states in Nigeria (second, behind Lagos). The capital city of Kano host some of the largest markets and trade Centers in northern Nigeria.
Mankind had advanced in architectural innovations by designing and erecting structures that were never thought to be a possibility many years ago. In recent years, Dubai had been the epicenter of infrastructural developments. The city is also known for the world's tallest building; Burj Khalifa.
The Nigerian Army has stepped up its manufacturing and procurement of high grade military weapons and vehicles in recent years. This is being done with the aim of finding effective solutions to the security challenges faced by troops and civilians in the Northeast region of Nigeria. An example of such high grade military vehicles is the United Arab Emirates (UAE) made Isotrex Phantom 2 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle which has positively helped the Nigerian Army in fighting terrorism in Northeast Nigeria.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE), recently released the names of those involved in the sponsorship of terrorism. Meanwhile, the Guardian newspaper reported that six Nigerians were among those indicted by UAE. (Photo credit: NollymoviesPlanetTv) The six Nigerians include Abdurrahaman Ado Musa, Salihu Yusuf Adamu, Bashir Ali Yusuf, Muhammed Ibrahim Isa, Ibrahim Ali Alhassan and Surajo Abubakar Muhammad.
The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), has responded to the allegations peddling around the arrest of some persons for allegedly sponsoring terrorism in the country. The Minister was reported by some media that he had released the alleged Boko Haram sponsors.
[OPINION] EFCC Boss, Bawa Shouldn't Protect Boko Haram Sponsors, He Should Expose Them The Same Way UAE Did.
The war against terrorism has been going on in Nigeria for over a decade now. Several innocent Nigerians have lost their lives as a result of terrorism in different parts of the country, while many have been rendered homeless. As it stands now, something should be done so urgently so as to restore peace and stability across the country.
The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) identified as Abdulrasheed Bawa, said that he cannot disclose the names and identities of people sponsoring Boko Haram in Nigeria. Mr. Abdulrasheed Bawa, collapsed while delivering a speech on identity theft and other forms of corruption in Nigeria.
Examining The Reasons Femi Adesina Gave For The Government's Unwillingness To Name Terror Financiers
The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said that the Buhari administration is not interested in naming or shaming the financiers and sponsors of Boko Haram and other terrorist groups in the country. The presidential aide, who stated that while featuring in the Monday edition of the Channels Television program, Politics Today, added that the government is rather interested in bringing the terrorism sponsors to justice.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has named six Nigerians on their wanted list for terrorism. The Arab country had listed 38 individuals and 15 entities, according to the foreign news platform, Al Arabaiya. “The decision, WAM stated, comes within the framework of the UAE’s efforts to target and disrupt networks associated with the financing of terrorism and its associated activities,” Al Arabiya said in its report.
Six Nigerians have been named by the United Arab Emirates as financiers of terrorism including Boko Haram and other criminal activities. The UAE Cabinet on Monday issued Resolution No 83 of 2021, designating a total of 38 individuals and 15 entities on its approved list of persons and organisations supporting Boko Haram and other terrorist cause.
The United Arab Emirates through its state-owned news agency, WAM designated 6 Nigerians and 47 others including entities as sponsors of Terrorism. The country said the affiliate individuals and entities listed are closely monitored by the organization. They resolved to target and put an end to finance terrorism and its related activities.
picture.credit.aljazerra.com Terrorism is a global threat. No right thinking person would support this evil menace, which has killed and ruined the properties of many people, many of them homeless. Countries like the US have done so much to help Nigeria end terrorist activities. They have supported us with fighter jets, ammunition, cash, etc.
Presidential Spokesman, Femi Adesina, has said that the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration is not interested in naming and shaming of sponsors of terrorism, assuring that judgement will be served. Adesina revealed this during an interview on Channels TV on Monday. Recall that six Nigerians had been placed on terror list by authorities of the United Arab Emirates, UAE.
The Spokesman of President Muhammadu Buhari, Femi Adesina has stated that the Federal Government will not name or shame those who have been indicted by UAE as sponsors of Terrorism in Nigeria. During an interview session with the Channels Television on Monday 20th September, 2021, Adeshina stated that the Government is more interested in prosecuting those found guilty of the allegations.
The former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani has commended the governenmt of the United Arab Emirates, UAE, hours after they released names of some individuals who are funding terrorism globally. According to a tweet that was made by the former lawmaker earlier today, he stated it clearly that the United Arab Emirates has no problem of terrorism, but they openly named those who are funding terrorism globally without wasting time, but Nigeria is doing nothing.
The United Arab Emirates named six Nigerians as financiers of Boko Haram and other criminal activities on Monday. According to the state-run WAM news agency, the decision was made when the Emirate federal cabinet met in the capital Abu Dhabi on Monday. Six Nigerians have been placed on the Middle-East giant's watch list: Abdurrahaman Ado Musa, Salihu Yusuf Adamu, Bashir Ali Yusuf, Muhammed Ibrahim Isa, Ibrahim Ali Alhassan, and Surajo Abubakar Muhammad.
The president's special adviser on media and advertising, Femi Adesina, said the regime of his principal, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retired), was not interested in naming or humiliating Boko's sponsors. Haram and other terrorist financiers in the country. The presidential aide said instead, the current regime is interested in bringing the "bad guys" to justice.
UAE exposes names of Boko Haram sponsors Some weeks after the United States of America (USA) announced that they are going to exposed sponsors of Boko Haram terrorists, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) reveals the names of Nigerian Boko Haram sponsors who have been punished in the country.