On May 5, a citizen of Delta State discovered an explosive planted by Fulani Jihadists in the state. He swiftly alerted security operatives who acted promptly and detonated the bomb. However, the Jihadists are reportedly in search of the man who uncovered their plot. SOURCE: VANGUARD
Some Nigerians on social media have reacted to the the N100m bounty placed on the head of the fugitive spiritual leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB and Eastern Security Network, ESN, Nnamdi Kanu by a coalition of Northern Group. The VANGUARD reported the group said it declared Nnamdi Kanu for the killings and destruction of property of Northerners residing and conducting lawful business in Nigeria's South-East.
Another Protest Begins At FESTAC Town In Lagos. Recently, workers at "Agboju Amuwo Planks and Building Materials Market" protested at the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) office in Festac Town against the demolition of their market. (Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspapers). Speaking at a stakeholders’ meeting on the restoration of Festac town organised by FHA, Mr Akintola Olagbemiro (It's South-West Zonal Manager) said that in 2020, there was a petition to the Minister of Works and Housing (Mr. Babatunde Fashola) about illegal structures that had taken over Festac Town.
A 50 years old woman by name, Peninah Mueni Kyalo, has revealed that her husband has not been intimate with her for the past 23 years. The mother of one disclosed her frustration saying that her husband has been busy having affairs with other women. According to her, the husband was very caring during their first year of marriage but changed while she was pregnant.
A young man was killed in the city of Zaria and two of his friends have been arrested as the prime suspects responsible for his death. They confessed that they killed the victim because of the N385,000 they borrowed from him. Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspaper After the father of the deceased waited for his son's return all to no avail, he called the police to inform them that his son is missing and that his friend is likely responsible for his abduction.
On Thursday, a union of 75 Northern groups place a bounty of one hundred million naira on Nnmadi Kanu's head and promised to reward anybody who can produce the proscribed leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu with that huge sum of money
Use Your Money To Place A Bounty On The Heads Of Leaders Of Bandits and Boko Haram Not on MNK - Reno
Photo Is For Illustrative Purpose On Thursday 17 June 2021, Vanguard reported that, 75 Northern groups has called on the United States of America, The United Kingdom and The European Union to facilitate the repatriation of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (Leader of the IPOB) to continue his trials in Nigeria.
The Igbo Delegates Assembly (IDC) and the Assembly of Eze Ndigbo in the whole northern region have recently come out to express disapproval concerning the ongoing secessionist movement in the Southeast by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) group as well as condemned their activities. Images in this content were used for illustrative purposes only.
Nnamdi Kanu Slams Asari Dokubo Photo Credit: Naija News NBS Speaks On Consumer Of Petrol.Photo Credit: Vanguard The prices consumers paid for purchase of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), commonly called petrol, National Household Kerosene and Automotive Gas Oil (diesel) increased in May, while the prices paid for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) were mixed, depending on the volume of the cylinders.
According to a reports by Vanguard some hours ago, a coalition of 75 Northern groups under the umbrella of the Nothern Concensus Movement have placed a whooping 100 million Naira bounty on the leader of the Indigenous Group of Biafra(IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu. The group claimed that they were declaring Nnamdi Kanu wanted was because of his crimes against humanity and the attacks against Northerners residing the South-East part of the country through his hate speech.
Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho, a popular Yoruba freedom fighter, has issued a new eviction notice to killer-herders in the South-West, stating that he will see that they are all smoked out of the forests as soon as possible. In an interview moderated by his spokeswoman, Oluyomi Koiki, Igboho indicated that he would never issue an order without ensuring that it was followed.
The Delta state police command has said miscreants intent on creating panic were behind the threats to attack Asaba and Agbor over the ban on open grazing in Southern Nigeria. The command in a statement through its spokesperson, Bright Edafe, dismissed the threat by the group and assured residents of the state of their safety, Vanguard reported.
Today's Headlines: Igboho Issues Fresh Eviction Notice To Killer Herdsmen, Why PMB Is Visiting Borno State
Igboho Issues Fresh Eviction Notice To Killer Herdmen In South-West Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspapers Yoruba Freedom fighter, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Igboho has given fresh eviction notice to killer herdsmen in the South-West zone saying he will ensure that they are all smoked out of the forest very soon.
The Afenifere socio-cultural group has recently kicked against President Buhari's idea to reopen cattle routes which he claimed was once practiced during previous republics. The Yoruba group advised the president to perish the thoughts of opening grazing routes as he suggested during an interview that took place on the Arise TV barely two weeks ago.
INEC Removes 749 polling units from shrines, others Photo Credit: Vanguard The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, said it has removed 749 polling units from inappropriate facilities, with nine of them from shrines and several others from religious houses, royal palaces, and private property.
Following reports from Vanguard newspaper, confirmed that the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, disclose that it has removed one hundred and forty nine (749) polling units from inappropriate facilities, with nine of them from native shrines and many others from religious houses such as churches and mosques, royal palaces, and private property.
Today's Headlines: FG inaugurates committee to draft bill to transit to knowledge economy, FG remains committed to lifting Nigerians out of poverty
FG inaugurates committee to draft bill to transit to knowledge economy Photo credit: Vanguard The Ministry of Education has inaugurated an 11-member National Research and Development Foundation(NRDF) Draft Executive Bill Committee to define the path of Nigeria’s knowledge economy. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mr Sonny Echono, inaugurated the committee on behalf of the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu on Tuesday, in Abuja.
The suspension of Micro-blogging platform Twitter, may not be lifted soon following information given by Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed. He noted that the platform had refused a request by the Federal Government that the account of Nnamani Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB be blocked.
TWITTER REJECTED THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S DEMAND THAT NNAMDI KANU'S TWITTER ACCOUNT BE DEACTIVATED. The Microblogging platform which was recently banned by the federal government in Nigeria has rejected the request of the Government of Nigeria to deactivate and block Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's account on the platform.
The official representative addressing Orsu state voting demographic, in Imo state, Ekene Nnodumele's gateman was attacked in the early long periods of Wednesday, the gateman was attacked and beheaded by unknown gunmen on Wednesday. According to the Vanguard , reports accumulated in Owerri, states that the assault occurred at the old neighborhood of the official, in Orsu nearby government region at about 02:15 am.