Sadly, seven officers of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, met their sudden deaths at the hands of Bandits following an unsuspected attack.
No gainsaying insecurity in Nigeria is incessant and on the rise as even those in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, and its environs have started feeling the heat from terrorists/bandits.
A suspected herdsmen attack has again hit the good people of Plateau state leaving no fewer than seven persons dead. The incident happened in Jos South Local Government
Recently in Abuja alone, the Nigerian Army has had different encounters with the armed bandits and terrorists wreaking havoc as they deem fit.
The insecurity in Abuja is becoming scary as days go by, and even security operatives need protection from the hands of bandits and terrorists, much less the ordinary civilians going about their daily businesses.
‘Bandits are now relocating out of Nigeria’. This statement is according to the Chief of Defence Staff of Nigeria, Gen. Lucky Irabor.
Its all tears in Kafur Local Government Area, LGA in Katsina State as gunmen invaded the community in motorbikes and brutally murdered the Gozarki Ward Councilor around 12:15 am on Wednesday.
Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information and Culture, has pointed Nigerians’ attention to the suspicion that the Abuja-Kaduna Train bombing incident was carried out by a combination of the Boko Haram terrorists and bandits.
Some unidentified gunmen created heavy mayhem in Zaria Local Government Area, LGA, as they successively attacked and caused residents to flee their homes.
President Muhammadu Buhari has issued another threat to terrorists and their sponsors wreaking havoc in various parts of the nation.
The Federal Capital Territory, FCT, recorded some tragic events and it was reported that bandits, in an attack, murdered the Chairman of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, MACBAN, Adamu Aliyu, among other victims.
Reports just reaching everyevery.ng attention, is that bandits, on Wednesday, attacked Kubwa community in Abuja and raided several houses without any security presence to put a halt their operations.
No fewer than one hundred bandits have raided, destroyed, killed and kidnapped more than eight persons in different communities in Niger State.
Sadly, bandits in Shiroro Local Council of Niger State has taken the lives of four officers of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, when they invaded the Galkogo community yesterday.
Reports have it that some gunmen that raided communities in Kaduna State have left with no fewer than twenty-two inhabitants without any trace thus far.
Sadly, a Divisional Police Officer, DPO, DSP A. A. Rano, has been shot dead while an army personnel, Col. Masoyi was severely injured in the fire exchange with some bandits.
Some terrorists who raided parts of Taraba State were triumphant over their security nemesis as reports revealed that about thirty vigilantes were overpowered in their gun battle with the armed bandits.
Raymond Dokpesi recently took some verbal shots at the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari.
Bandits suspected to be Fulani Herdsmen. have reportedly created a messy situation in Abia State, leaving a woman sexually molested, killed and several others kidnapped.
The Public Relations Officer of the Kaduna State Police Command, Muhammed Jalige, has confirmed that bandits abducted the Emir of…
President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Rtd., Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, has issued a fresh order to a section of the Military and Nigerian Police Force, NPF, to carry out a ‘ruthless’ attack on bandits terrorising parts of the country.