Zulum Is Above Human Destruction – Bamgbose Reveals Those Who Want Borno Governor Dead
Olusegun Bamgbose, National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, has noted that Boko Haram and some influential and unpatriotic Nigerians, want Governor Babagana Zulum dead.
Twelve policemen, 13 civilians and 5 soldiers were confirmed dead from the attack.
The incident occurred around 2 pm, while the convoy was heading to Baga town ahead of government’s plan to return internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Maiduguri to Baga…READ MORE>>>
Top Lagos Politician Planning To Disrupt October 1 Yoruba Nation Rally – Group
Yoruba One Voice (YOV) has accused, “a prominent Yoruba politician in Lagos,” of planning to disrupt the planned October 1 rally aimed at demanding for Yoruba Nation.
Zacheaus Somorin, YOV Communications Director, said this in a statement on Monday.
He noted that the coalition received intelligence that the powerful figure had issued directive to miscreants to disrupt the peaceful protest…READ MORE>>>
Rohr Reacts As Cote D’Ivoire Pulls Out Of Super Eagles’ Friendly
Head coach of the Super Eagles, Gernot Rohr, has admitted he is disappointed that Cote d’Ivoire has withdrawn from next month’s friendly match.
Rohr, speaking to NationSport, however, noted that their replacement, Algeria is a worthy opponent.
The Elephants were initially scheduled to face Nigeria on October 9 in Austria…READ MORE>>>
Boko Haram Slaughters 5 Soldiers Abducted During Friday’s Attack On Gov Zulum’s Convoy
Five soldiers abducted during Friday’s attack by Boko Haram terrorist group, on Governor Zulum’s convoy in Borno State have been discovered slaughtered.
Recall that no fewer than 30 persons including 10 policemen and 4 soldiers were reportedly killed in the attack that happened along Cross Kauwa-Baga road in Borno State.
According to security sources, the 5 deceased soldiers were abducted by the insurgents in an Armored Personnel Carrier, APC, and they were later slaughtered and dumped in the bush…READ MORE>>>
Gunmen Abduct Catholic Priest In Delta For The Second Time
Reports disclosed that Fr. Onyebadi was taken into the bush alongside three workers in his farm. While the priest is being held incommunicado, the three workers who were abducted alongside with him were later set free.
It was also learnt that the search party organised by the family members of the priest in conjunction with locals in the area, including members of the local vigilance group have not yielded the desired results.
Speaking on the incident, Rev. Fr. Charles Uganwan, the communication director, Catholic Diocese of Issele Uku confirmed the development…READ MORE>>>
Rema Goes Ballistic On Twitter, Confesses He Stole His Friend’s Laptop
Rema is currently throwing rants on Twitter over a purported misunderstanding between him and his friends and associates in music.
The Mavin singer took to his timeline to rant on how he got to his current state in the music industry and how people close to him are now considering him proud because of fame.
The singer in one of his numerous tweets hinted that he had been making millions before the fame and no one should feel the money got into his head now and judge him with that…READ MORE>>>
Flood Sweeps Man Away In Ondo
A middle-aged man has been swept away by flood in Iwaro Oka community of Akoko South West Local Government area, Ondo State.
The victim, a farmer identified as Akede, was swept away over the weekend. Sources said the farmer’s motorcycle was seen inside the river very close to a popular filling station, alerting people to the fact that the farmer was missing.
Family members launched a search for him but efforts to find him proved abortive. His body was later recovered in a river very close to St Patrick’s College, Iwaro Oka…READ MORE>>>