Showing posts from April, 2020

Boko Haram members by Nigerian soldiers

you The Nigerian Army has declared that troops of Operation Lafiya Dole executed 105 Boko Haram individuals in an ongoing hostile that was completed against the extremists. In an announcement discharged by the Nigerian Army representative Col. Sagir Musa on Sunday April 19, it was assembled that the fear mongers were killed in northeastern Yobe state on the edges of Buni Gari town after Brigadier General Lawrence Araba "followed a believable lead". Two fighters were harmed in the tasks and a lot of ammo was seized. Head of Army Staff, Yusuf Buratai purportedly felt thrilled in the wake of being advised by the officer during his visit to the Field Abulance Logistic Base 3 and Special Forces' School on Sunday. The announcement peruses; "The Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Tukur Yusufu Buratai, cheered the soldiers for their heroism and strength that prompted the killing of the 105 psychological militants at Buni Gari in Gujba Local Government Area of Yobe state

How much bag of rice in Nigeria

50kg  Bag  of Local  Rice  @ Bodija Mkt, Ibadan N20,000 50kg  Bag  of Local  Rice  @ Lapai Mkt, Niger N18,000 50kg  Bag  of Local  Rice  @ Gboko Main Market, Benue N11,000 50kg  Bag  of Local  Rice  @ Maitagari Mkt, Jigawa N19,000 50kg  Bag  of Local  Rice  @ Ughelli Main Mkt, Delta

Breakingnews Lockdown: Workers set Chinese company’s vehicle ablaze in Ogun

Lockdown: Workers set Chinese organization's vehicle on fire in Ogun Some distressed easygoing specialists of a Chinese organization in the Ogun Guangdong Free Trade Zone situated at the Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State, have set burning one of the organization's vehicles and demolished two others. The disappointed specialists purportedly challenged the organization's choice to bolt them inside the premises. It was assembled that the choice to bolt them up inside the premises was a piece of measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 and to comply with the fourteen day lockdown expansion of the administration, The dissidents in a video circled via web-based networking media were heard saying, "No more, the executives. This administration ought to have arranged this since yesterday, pay us in any event two months' compensation". Affirming the episode, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the occurren

Buhari orders $150m withdrawal from NSIA to augment FAAC disbursement

President Muhammadu Buhari has coordinated that $150 million be pulled back from the National Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA). Zainab Ahmed, the priest of fund, spending plan and national arranging, told writers in Abuja on Thursday. Ahmed said the withdrawal would be produced using the NSIA adjustment reserve to expand payment by the organization accounts assignment panel to the three levels of government.

Oyo state governor, Seyi Makinde recovers from Coronavirus

Makinde, who uncovered seven days prior that he tried positive to the fatal infection, revealed that he has beat it and his subsequent test returned negative. He declared this by means of his official Twitter account. He likewise offered his thanks to everybody, particularly Professor Alonge Temitope, the Acting Head of Oyo State COVID-19 team. He included that he will continue his obligations today April 6. He stated: "I am profoundly moved by your supplications and backing all through this period. I am so appreciative. Tonight, I got my subsequent negative test result for COVID-19. I particularly express gratitude toward Prof Temitope Alonge, who acted in my stead as Head of the Oyo State COVID-19 Task Force. "I am likewise appreciative to all individuals from the Task Force for their collaboration during this time. I will continue my duty as Head of the Task Force from tomorrow."

Army arrests soldiers threatening to rape warri women

The Nigerian Army has captured two officers found in a viral video taking steps to attack ladies in the Warri territory of Delta State and utilizing classless and unseemly language. The two troopers were captured by 9 Brigade, Ikeja Military Cantonment, Lagos State. In the video, the troopers had taken steps to complete a binge of assault of ladies in Warri, with one of them taking steps to cause the ladies with the savage HIV infection. Be that as it may, the Nigerian Army, on Twitter, said the troopers were captured on Friday after the video became famous online, including that examinations were progressing into the episode. The military stated, "Fighters purportedly taking steps to attack ladies in Warri, Delta State, were captured by 9 Brigade, Ikeja and further examination is continuous overall population ought to be guaranteed that the examinations would be quick and reasonable as per appropriate military laws. The result of the examinations will decide the

300 angry Muslims observing their prayers at Agege Central Mosque attack Lagos state govt Coronavirus taskforce

Individuals from the Lagos State COVID-19 Taskforce commanded by the State Government to screen and implement consistence against open social occasions surpassing 25 individuals were assaulted by some Muslim admirers at the Agege Central Mosque. Talking on the occurrence, the General Manager, Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) and pioneer of the Taskforce, Dr. Dolapo Fasawe said individuals from the taskforce group COVID-19, including Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA), Lagos Safety Commission and the Rapid Response Squad, saw the Muslim reliable watching their night supplication (Solatul Eshai) in a huge assemblage, in spite of the order on all out lockdown to stem the tide of the COVID-19 pandemic in the State. "Be that as it may, a show resulted when a portion of the Muslim young people located the group and got forceful, raucous and began to assault the group. Others in the mosque, numbering around 300 surged out reciting ALLAHU