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  • PDP
    See What PDP Has To Say About The Release Of The 82 Chibok Girls

    Press Release May 07, 2017. The Release of 82 Chibok Girls: Our Position – PDP. The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) led by Senator Ahmed Makarfi, CON, has described the recent release of 82 Chibok girls as a welcome development. The Capture and detention of these girls by the Boko Haram terrorists in the last three

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    Full List Of Names Of The 82 Released Chibok Girls

    The names below are the names of the 82 Chibok girls who were received on Sunday by president Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential villa, Abuja. The Girls were rescued on Saturday from Boko Haram terrorists. 1. Kwatah simon 2. Grace Dauda 3. Junmai Paul 4. Tabita Pogo 5. Yanke Shetima 6. Junmai Miutah 7. Juliana

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    Boko Haram Kills Nine Soldiers In Chad – Army

    Boko Haram militants have killed nine Chadian soldiers in an attack on a military camp on Friday in the north of the Central African country close to the Nigerian border, an army spokesman said on Saturday. “On our side, there are nine dead and 28 wounded,” Colonel Azem Bermandoua told Reuters, adding that 28 militants

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  • Boko-Haram
    See what was discovered at Boko Haram cell in Borno state

    Troops of 112 Task Force Battalion, 22 Brigade, Nigerian Army on Operation LAFIYA DOLE, Wednesday, March 29, carried out a fighting patrol towards Boskoro, Dikwa Local Government Area of Borno State where it was believed, a sleeper cell of Boko Haram terrorists was hibernating. The Nigerian army is making great progress against unscrupulous elements in

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    Why troops were running away from fighting Boko Haram – DHQ

    – The Defence Headquarters on Wednesday, March 15, gave reasons why soldiers deployed to the North-East to fight Boko Haram terrorists usually run away – The new DHQ spokesperson John Eneche said initial withdrawal by troops were due to strong media propaganda used by the terrorists – Eneche said the propaganda portrayed the terrorists as

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  • BREAKING: 30 killed, 50 injured as terrorists attack hospital in Kabul (Photo)

    Emerging reports suggest that about 30 people have been killed, following a deadly terrorist attack against a military hospital in Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul. The attack for which the Islamic State (IS) outfit claimed responsibility, has drawn wide condemnation. About 50 other persons were wounded after four human-bombers struck Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan Hospital in

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  • DSS
    Boko Haram suspect who escaped from DSS custody rearrested

    A suspected member of the Boko Haram sect, Mukthar Suleiman, who escaped from the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS) in 2015 after killing a police officer, has been rearrested. Suleiman was arraigned before a magistrates’ court in Lokoja, Kogi State on Tuesday. The prosecuting counsel, Mohammed Abaji, said Suleiman was arraigned on

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  • Nigeria army
    Current insurgency requires new intelligence policy – Olonisakin

    Chief of Defence Staff, General Gabriel Olonisakin, said, yesterday, that the tempo of ongoing insurgency in the country requires new intelligence policy. To this end, he tasked the Institute for Security Studies, ISS, to chart a new intelligence policy to meet up with the current realities. Olonisakin spoke when he hosted participants of the Executive

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    Boko Haram would have captured Aso Rock — Garba Shehu

    The Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, has said if not for the Muhammadu Buhari administration, Boko Haram would have taken over Aso Rock in 2015. He also said that Nigeria now ranks as the world’s second largest producer of rice. Shehu said this at a special interactive session with

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