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BUHARI FINALLY SPEAKS ON KILLING OF OVER 100 NIGERIAN SOLDIERS.

Buhari Finally Speaks On Killing Of Over ‘100 Nigerian Soldiers’

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Nov 25, 2018 8:04 PM
Buhari Finally Speaks On Killing Of Over ‘100 Nigerian Soldiers’

Buhari Finally Speaks On Killing Of Over ‘100 Nigerian Soldiers’

President Muhammadu Buhari has reacted to the killing of ‘over 100 soldiers’ in Metele village, Borno, by militants of Boko Haram group.

While the Nigerian Army is yet to reveal the casually figure, there are report estimating that no less than 100 soldiers were killed in the attacks.

Speaking on behalf of the President, his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said immediate measures are in place to end the menace.

According to him, the President Buhari government is committed to the security of military personnel and other citizens, and will provide the needed support to troops fighting the terrorists.

His words: “No responsible Commander-in-Chief would rest on his oars or fold his hands to allow terrorists to endanger the lives of its military personnel and other citizens.”

“Our loyal forces have proved their strength over the terrorists and we are ready to give them all the needed support in terms of equipment and manpower to succeed in ending the renewed threat.

“In the coming days, I am engaging the Military and Intelligence Chiefs in extensive discussions on the next steps we shall be taking.”

The president said the fight against terrorism has taken a global dimension, hence the need for international collaboration among states facing similar security challenges.

Speaking on the deaths of soldiers in Metele, Buhari said Nigerians should not make a “political capital out of national tragedy”.

He said that “members of the armed forces are one family who are commonly committed to the security and safety of all Nigerians”.

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A FINAL YEAR STUDENT OF IMO STATE UNIVERSITY ALMOST COMMITTED MURDER SUICIDE YESTERDAY,AS SHE COMMITTED ,SHORTLY AFTER STABBING HER BOY FRIEND.

A final year student of the Imo State University almost committed murder-suicide yesterday, as she committed suicide, shortly after stabbing her boyfriend.

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According to reports, Agomuo #Jennifer, a 400 Level Computer Science student, stabbed her boyfriend because of aggravated issues after breaking up with her.

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The incident occurred at Joe Tony hostel. It was gathered that after their breakup, the boyfriend stormed Jennifer’s hostel to retrieve all the valuables he bought for her, hence the fight that led to the stabbing.

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Thinking that he would die, the girlfriend allegedly drank poison afterwards. However, neighbours later broke into the room and rushed them to FMC, Owerri, where Jennifer was confirmed dead and the boyfriend is currently battling for survival.

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SOUTH AFRICAN JMPD METRO POLICE TAKE OVER CNR/BREE VON WIELLING STREET,read Details below.

Today coming live from Johannesburg cbd cnr / bree von wielling street.. SOUTH AFRICAN JMPD METRO POLICE,take over the street this afternoon,this is where the ethiopians are running their business,their shops are being LOCK down for hours now and ROBBER bullet is being shot by the cops some people are injured by ROBBER BULLETS as the cops try to stop the shop owners for attacking them as they did last week,it was gathered last week that Ethiopians selling fake labeled clothes throws Bricks at the cops,this is coming live,all the shops in this street are being closed down for the moment,

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NIGERIAN ARMY HAS ANNOUNCED 150 FORMER BOKO HARAM FIGHTER HAS BEEN RELEASED INTO THE SOCIETY DESPITE THE INCREASE ACTIVITY OF THE SECT RECENTLY.

Nigeria Army has announced that about 150 former Boko Haram fighters have been released into the society despite the increase activity of the sect.

The Nigerian Army authorities have said that the 154 former Boko Haram members who have completed their rehabilitation programme will be handed over to their respective state authorities for re-integration into the larger society. The Camp Commandant, Colonel BMG Martins, speaking at a programmer organised for the in Gonbe, on Saturday, said that the 154 former Boko Haram fighters who arrived the camp on December 22, 2017, have completed the programme and would be handed over to their respective state authorities for re-integration into the larger society.

He said, “On arrival at the camp, they were made to go through spiritual counseling, psychotherapy and drug abuse intervention. They were also introduced to western education, arts, social works and sports, against Boko Haram ideologies.”

The Camp Commandant added that, “So far, the following have been with the clients that are graduating from the programme today, they were enthusiastic with the programme, the drug abuse intervention has proved effective with clients who have history of drug abuse, they showed great interest in sports, arts, vocational works and western education and their extremist ideologies are being transformed in order to conform with the acceptable norms and teachings of their religion”.

He further said that the Camp had elements from different ministries, departments and agencies who worked assiduously to achieve a common goal comprising of professionals from the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Drug counselors, clergies, interpreters, psychologists, social workers, educationists, vocational experts, sports and recreations, art therapists and medicals. Coordinator of Operation Safe Corridor which coordinated the program , Major General BM Shafa, said that Operation Safe Corridors (OPSC) had successfully rehabilitated and re-integrated six associated and facilitated the rehabilitation of 750 cleared men, women and children and their subsequent release to their respective State Governments in collaboration with some domestic and International NGO’s including the United Nations organs.

He added that between July and December 2017, a total of 254 clients were admitted into OPSC for the De-radicalization, Rehabilitation and Re-integration (DRR) programme with the first batch of 95 clients discharged in February this year and were being successfully re-integrated by their respective State Governments.

Gombe state Governor, Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo, who was represented by his Commissioner for Agriculture, Alhaji Dahiru Buba Biri, commended President Muhammadu Buhari for initiating the programme which he said has tremendously improved the security situation in the North-East.

One of the ex Boko Haram fighters, Mala Abba Usman Shua, while commending the efforts of the Nigerian military in creating a safe environment for everyone, confessed that they had been living in bondage of a wrong ideology. He commended the camp activities which he said had been going on without any of them experiencing any form of molestation or discrimination.

The fear of the general public have been allayed on the dangers posed by activities of Boko Haram insurgents who have been demobilised, rehabilitated and reintergrated into the society considering that they have become good citizens of the country having renounced their acts of terrorism through rigorous psychological teachings.

Meanwhile, the fear was allayed by the Emir of Fika in Yobe State, one the States in the North-East ravaged by the acts of terrorism by the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists, Alhaji (Dr) Muhammad Abali Muhammad Idris during the release of 154 ex Boko Haram fighters to the Society by the Nigerian Army’s Operation Safe Corridors (OPSC) in Gombe on Saturday.

The Emir, Alhaji (Dr.) Muhammad Abali Muhammad Idris spoke on behalf of other traditional rulers from Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States at the graduation discharge ceremony of the rehabilitated ex Boko Haram fighters held at the De-radicalization, Rehabilitation and Re-integration camp, Mallam Sidi, Gombe state.

According to the Emir, the strategy would help in bringing those still hiding in the Boko Haram camps to surrender and further help in achieving success in the fight against insurgency.

While allaying the fears of the general public, the Emir said that, “There will be some challenges at the community level, maybe some people will be very apprehensive of seeing some characters who have killed their relatives or something.

We the traditional institution need to do a lot to assure the people that these people are harmless. They should tell the public that a lot has been done to de-radicalize them and that it is very important that we allow them to reintegrate them to the society.”

Should the government have released theses militants or should they have been put in jail instead?

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