Terrorism

Nigeria, One Of The 5 Countries Where 75 Percent Of All Terrorism Related Deaths Occurred In 2016, U.S. Says In Damning Report

Nigeria was one of the five countries where 75 percent of all terrorism related deaths occurred in 2016, the United States Government said in its 2016 Terrorism Report on Wednesday. The other countries were Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Pakistan.Fifty-five...

Boko Haram Kills 6 Cameroonian Soldiers, Including Captain As Bomber Is Killed At IDPs Camp

By Simon Ateba/LagosAt least six Cameroonian soldiers have been killed by Boko Haram following an attack in the country's far north on Monday night. Those killed included an army captain.The attack, in the village of Darak also killed the...

MNJTF Finally Captures Damasak Border Town 7 Months After Buhari Declared Victory Over Boko Haram

Seven months after President Muhammadu Buhari announced that troops  had "technically" defeated Boko Haram terrorists, the Multinational Joint Taskforce (MNJTF), on Thursday finally liberated the occupied Damasak town from Boko Haram, the military said, according to newswire, PRNigeria. The liberation,...

Nigerians, Let’s Rise Against ‘Terrorist Herdsmen’ Since Buhari Is Silent, By Richard Akinnola

ENOUGH IS ENOUGHArise, Nigerians and defend yourselves against the rampaging terrorist gangs, masquerading as hersdmen. From Agatu, to Akure, to Ibadan to Enugu, this madness must stop. It is a big shame that our president has treated this matter...

Breaking! Boko Haram Kills 3 Soldiers In Cameroon, Wounds 24 In Nigeria

Boko Haram militants gunned down three soldiers in Cameroon on Monday and wounded at least 24 others in Nigeria the same day, in a multinational escalation of a deadly war that seems far from being over.Cameroonian newspaper, L'Oeil du...

Breaking! Nigerian Troops Discover Boko Haram Sentries On Trees, Underground Food Storage

The Nigerian Army said on Sunday that it had discovered Boko Haram observation posts on trees to quickly spot the movements of Nigerian soldiers, as well as underground food storage in Borno State, where the war against the jihadists...

T.B. Joshua’s Prophecy On Ghana: Malian Suspected Terrorist Allegedly Confesses

Ghana’s national security sources have said that a possible terrorist attack on the country is real, following the alleged confessions of a Malian suspected terrorist who is being interrogated as the brain behind the Grand Bassam attacks in Cote D’Ivoire.The...

Another Boko Haram Commander Captured In Nigeria, Several Fraudsters Nabbed 

The Nigerian secret police, the Department of State Services, DSS, said on Tuesday that it had arrested another Boko Haram commander from Zamfara State.The suspect, Bello Danhajiya, is a close associate, a strategic accomplice and presumed second in command...

Zaria Massacre: Nigerian Army Releases Second Out Of 1000 Bodies For Burial – Shiites

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria said in a statement on Friday that the Nigerian Army had released for burial the second body of over a thousand of its members killed last December by the military."Out of the 1000 plus...

Hungry Nigerian Soldiers Fighting Boko Haram Stage Protest Over Food, Block, Release GOC

Hungry and therefore angry Nigerian soldiers fighting Boko Haram in the country's northeast have staged a protest over lack of food and prevented the Acting General Officer Commanding (GOC) from boarding his helicopter to leave after he had addressed...
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