Pope said Islam does not have anything doing with terrorism adding equating Islam to the terrorism is “foolish. He said this in an interview with an Italian local newspaper when the body of Pope John XXIII returns to his home.
Survivors of Boko Haram attacks, particularly women and girls, who live in IDP camps in the northeast, have narrated how Nigerian and Cameroonian security officials who were supposed to be protecting them, maltreated them.
It is instructive to state that the ICC needs to consider the petitions of agencies and organizations against the act of Boko Haram and IMN along with ascertaining the number of civilians affected by the military intervention.
Speaking to journalist in Abuja, the executive director of CATE, Gabriel Onoja however, said an independent analysts as well as peace and conflict resolution practitioners on the field shows that the terrorist remain defeated.
Nearly 2,000 U.S., European and African counterterrorism forces would conduct an annual exercise, the U.S. State Department said in a statement on April 6. The annual exercise that is known as Flintlock would take place in Africa.
The victims were killed when some suspected Boko Haram terrorists opened fire on the crowd in a market in the southeast area of the state. Several others were also wounded in the attack that occurred in Diffa southeast area.
The Dapchi schoolgirls released from the captivity of Boko Haram insurgents on Wednesday, March 21, are currently meeting with Buhari at the Presidential Villa in Abuja. The meeting was disclosed by the presidency in a tweet.
Lauretta, Onochie, President Muhammadu Buhari's aide on media, has express her joy over the safe return of the abducted Dapchi schoolgirls. She said that the development shows that the country is under good leadership.
In an unconfirmed report, Boko Haram has reportedly returned all kidnapped #DapchiGirls girls back to Dapchi township. Channels Television correspondent who monitored the event disclosed this during a programme on Wednesday.
Renowned playwright and Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, has berated President Muhammadu Buhari over his “inability to get justice” for victims of the crises between farmers and herdsmen and Boko Haram insurgency.
The Federal Government says it is taking measures to control certain drugs, having discovered that most suicide bombings and other violent crimes are carried out under the influence of drugs.It said it is working to curb it.
The Ben Ayade-led Cross River state government has directed that anyone coming in or going out of the state should provide a valid ID or staff ID card to prove that he/she is a Nigerian or a citizen of the state.
The Nigerian Army has said it will give out N3m reward to anyone with information that leads to the arrest of Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau. Army spokesman, Sani Usman, disclosed this on Thursday, February 15.
The Nigerian army is unrelenting in its fight against Boko Haram as its latest operation resulted in victory against the terrorists. This was contained In a statement by Major Nureni Alimi on Thursday, February 15.
The programme tagged Operation Safe Corridor, was established to create opportunity for willing surrendered and repentant Boko Haram fighters to undergo De-radicalization, Rehabilitation and Re-integration (DRR) programme
The group also said it is obvious that the gains being made by Nigeria, especially the sacrifices by the military is being recognized at the global scene.
The civil society organization said that the poor implementation of the defence budget is having a negative impact on the war against terrorism in Nigeria
The group said there is need to sustain the hard-line approach the military has taken against terrorists in order to make life more meaningful to Nigerians.
Two Boko Haram suspects believed to be computer analysts and one, suspected to be a herbalist, have been arraigned at the Lokoja Chief Magistrate's Court.
I assumed the COAS’s order was the final, until another overriding order was issued to Gen. Buratai by the Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo.
Terrorists now pretend to be epileptic or stomach pain patients, attracting a large number of people to gather and express sympathy, only to detonate a bomb.
Abdullahi said that the instruments were discovered by men of the Disaster Management Unit of the command at the scene of Sunday’s bomb blast in Kalari.