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Nigeria: Produce Offa Robbery Gang Leader or be Sued - CSOs to Police
Nigeria: Produce Offa Robbery Gang Leade...

Nigeria: Produce Offa Robbery Gang Leader or be Sued – CSOs to Police

Following the rumoured death of the leader of the gang that carried out the Offa robbery that claimed about 33 persons, some Civil Society Organizations have called on the Police to produce him or face legal action. The leader of the gang, Michael Adikwu who is a former Police officer was rumoured... read more »

Nigeria: Nine Killed and 45 Houses Destroyed In Fresh Benue Attacks
Nigeria: Nine Killed and 45 Houses Destr...

Nigeria: Nine Killed and 45 Houses Destroyed In Fresh Benue Attacks

No fewer than nine persons have been killed and 45 houses destroyed in fresh herdsmen attacks that took place in three different communities Tuesday night. According to the report on Daily Post, the attackers killed six persons in Tse Shan, two in Tse Nyamkyume in Saghev both in Guma LGA while one... read more »

Nigeria: FG Attempting to Change the Benue Killing Narrative - Terrence Kuanum
Nigeria: FG Attempting to Change the Ben...

Nigeria: FG Attempting to Change the Benue Killing Narrative – Terren...

The National Coordinator of the Benue Youth Forum, Terrence Kuanum has stated that the Federal Government is trying hard to change the Benue killing narrative. According to him, “Benue people know their killers” and have provided the FG with the information. However, he said that the... read more »

Nigeria: Senator President Implicated in Offa Bank Robbery
Nigeria: Senator President Implicated in...

Nigeria: Senator President Implicated in Offa Bank Robbery

The Nigerian Police Force has invited the Nigerian Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki to answer some questions regarding the Offa robbery which led to the death of a total of about 33 persons, nine of which were Police officers. According to the Police, the invitation became necessary when some of... read more »

Nigeria: Fresh Attack by Armed Herdsmen Leave Eight Dead
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Nigeria: Fresh Attack by Armed Herdsmen Leave Eight Dead

About eight persons have been killed in a fresh attack by armed herdsmen in Tseadough village in Kwande local council of Benue State. The attack which took place on Saturday night left seven persons dead and six injured. One of the injured later died at the Benue State University Teaching Hospital... read more »

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Nigeria: Okada Rider's Death Triggers Mob Attack On Police Station

Nigeria: Okada Rider’s Death Triggers Mob Attack On Police Station

An angry mob attacked the Ibeshe Police station in Ikorodu, Lagos state on Wednesday following the death of an Okada rider that morning. It was learnt that an Okada rider by the name Paul... read more »

Nigeria: Ohanaeze Youths Vow to Defend Igboland

Nigeria: Ohanaeze Youths Vow to Defend Igboland

The Ohanaeze Youth Council, the youth wing of the apex Igbo socio-political body, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has backed Danjuma’s self-defence call. OYC President, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, on... read more »

Nigeria: Five Die in Fresh Fulani Crisis in Benue

Nigeria: Five Die in Fresh Fulani Crisis in Benue

Five people have been killed in fresh attacks by herdsmen in different locations of Benue State. Four persons were reportedly killed by herdsmen at the Guma and Agatu local government areas... read more »

Boko Haram: Nigeria to Negotiate for Dapchi Schoolgirls' Release

Boko Haram: Nigeria to Negotiate for Dapchi Schoolgirls’ Release

The Nigerian government says it will negotiate for the release of 110 abducted schoolgirls rather than use military force. The students were seized last month from their school in the town... read more »

Nigeria: Buhari Is Not In Charge of Anything - Secondus

Nigeria: Buhari Is Not In Charge of Anything – Secondus

The Peoples Democratic Party, the Centre for the Defence of Human Rights and the National Conscience Party have berated Buhari over the IG’s refusal to relocate to Benue State. The National... read more »