By Ola Ajayi and Dapo Akinrefon As the newly launched security outfit tagged Western Nigeria Security Network begins operations, one of its personnel, Soludero Hunters’ Association has said the outfit doesn’t rely on guns to function well but would use their ancestors’ powers to ward off any aggression against Yoruba indigenes in the zone. The…
Mr Abiodun Tobun, Chairman, Lagos State House of Assembly Committee on Works and Infrastructure, says roads in the state would be free of potholes in the next six months. Tobun, representing Epe I Constituency, gave the assurance on Tuesday in Lagos. He said that the House had provided adequate funds in the 2020 budget to…
Nigeria News | Laila’s BlogChurch accountant gets 18 years jail term for stealing N15.5m tithe and offering A Church accountant, Ibrahim Aku, has been sentenced to 18 years in prison, after he was found guilty of stealing N15.5m tithe and offering. The former accountant of EYN Church of Christ the Church of Brethren in Nigeria,…
Tension has heightened between the President Hassan Rouhani-led Iranian government and the country’s military, the Revolutionary Guard. The tension spilled into the open on Monday as the president’s office accused the elite military force of misleading them. This is following the accidental shooting down of the Ukrainian international airliner that killed over 170 civilians. Recall…
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A receptionist of a hotel at Ejigbo area of Lagos state has been traced and arrested after stealing from hotel guests. The incident which took place three days ago was narrated by a friend of the victim who hinted the valuables the receptionist stole. He also shared that after stealing the items, the young man…
The Nigerian Army, mainly from the 17 Brigade, Katsina, on Wednesday launched attacks on bandits hideouts and camps in the forest in Jibia.
The actions were still on as of press time.
The spokesman for the Brigade, Captain Kayode Owolabi, confirmed the development, but could not give the precise figures of the bandits who had been neutralised, adding that the action was still on.
The spokesman said,
“For now we cannot confirm the number of bandits neutralised but we are hitting them.”
He said two soldiers wounded in action had been moved to Katsina for treatment.
Gunmen suspected to be bandits had earlier in the day abducted four Customs men at Dan- Bedi village.
The bandits had also on Tuesday stormed a viewing centre in Magama Jibia, killing two viewers and injuring many.
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria, Jan 8 (Reuters) – About 20 soldiers were killed and nearly 1,000 people made homeless in a militant attack on a town in northeastern Nigeria, two residents and a military source said on Wednesday.
The militants entered Monguno in Borno state posing as a convoy of soldiers on Tuesday evening, the sources said. They then attacked troops inside the town, destroying at least 750 homes in the process.
Resident Gumati Sadu said people fled into the bush for safety during the fighting and that three civilians were killed by stray bullets.
A military spokesman declined to comment.
Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) claimed responsibility for the attack on its Amaq news agency.
It said that one of its militants detonated a car bomb in the town, killing at least 8 soldiers and destroying 3 armoured vehicles.
The group also said it had seized a vehicle, weapons and ammunition before leaving the town.
ISWAP split from Islamist group Boko Haram in 2016 and has since staged its own frequent attacks in the region.
Boko Haram’s decade-long insurgency campaign has killed thousands and displaced millions in northeastern Nigeria.
Thousands in Monguno had already been displaced from their homes elsewhere in Borno state by militants. Aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres warned last year that many thousands in Monguno lacked proper shelter, water, sanitation and food.
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An Australian volunteer firefighter died on Monday and two others suffered burns after their truck rolled over when it was hit by extreme winds amid raging bushfires.
Tens of thousands of people were evacuated on Monday as “columns of fire” fueled by extreme heat and high winds bore down on a popular tourist region in Australia’s southeast.
The man while surprising his familyA new video has hit the internet capturing the heartwarming moment a Nigerian man returned back to the country unannounced while disguising as a Santa in order to surprise his mum after spending many years abroad. In the video, the mum and younger siblings were taken by the surprise when…
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ATLANTA (AP) — Two men have been kicked out of the Army National Guard after liberal activists uncovered their membership in a religious group with white supremacist ties.
Brandon Trent East told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the Alabama National Guard sent him a separation notice on Dec. 14.
A spokeswoman for the Georgia National Guard said Dalton Woodward is no longer a member. She declined to comment on the terms of Woodward’s separation.
Woodward didn’t respond to a request for comment left with his friend East.
Earlier in 2019, the Atlanta Antifacists group published a report saying East and Woodward were leaders of the Norse pagan group Ravensblood Kindred. The group is part of the Asatru Folk Assembly, which researchers say endorses white supremacy.
Haralson County Sheriff Eddie Mixon earlier forced East to resign as a jailer.
When the report was published, Woodward was on active duty in Afghanistan.
Woodward’s unit returned from deployment in June and an investigation into his connections with white supremacy concluded in October.
The military has struggled in recent years to root out members of white supremacist organizations or sympathizers with white power causes.
A spokesman for the Alabama National Guard said East has 45 days to contest the findings. East said the Army recommends a general discharge. That’s a step down from a traditional honorable discharge, indicating unacceptable conduct not in accord with military standards.
East contends he is not a racist, and is just interested in worshiping the way his ancestors did centuries ago.
“The whole race thing started with me finding Asatru or Odinism or whatever you want to call it and seeing that as a better option than Christianity as a spirituality,” he said.
East and Woodward attended a 2017 speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer at Auburn University. Photos show the men carrying signs.
“The existence of our people is not negotiable,” East’s sign read. Woodward’s sign read, “We have a right to exist.”
Both echo the so-called “14 words” motto popular among white supremacists who say non-white groups are displacing whites.
“I just went there because at the time I heard he was talking about the recent removal of Confederate monuments. That’s something I wanted to hear,” East said. “And it turned into a something a little worse obviously.”
Along with his jailer job, East said the resulting attention has cost him other jobs, as well as friends and family members.
He minimized his contact on social media with neo-Nazis and white supremacists. He said he stays away from those that are “Hitler worshipy.”
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Four gunmen have abducted the son of the Bayelsa State Commissioner for Water Resources, Mr. Nengi Talbot. It was gathered that the bandits stormed the commissioner’s residence at the…BREAKING: Gunmen abduct Bayelsa commissioner’s six-year-old son – Punch Newspaper
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The Queen is at Sandringham for Christmas, while the Duke of Edinburgh remains in a London hospital.
Rotimi Amaechi, minister of transportation, has described as embarrassing, the delay by the China Civil Engineering and Construction Corporation (CCECC) in completing the 10 railway stations along Lagos-Ibadan standard guage rail line. Amaechi said this on Friday during an inspection of the rail project. According to him, CCECC, the contractor handling the 156km rail line,…
By Staff, Agencies At least six people were killed in fresh clashes between Indian police forces and people protesting against a contentious citizenship law seen as anti-Muslim, making Friday the single deadliest day of the latest unrest. Uttar Pradesh Police Chief O.P. Singh told Reuters that 32 other people were also wounded in clashes between […]
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The Minister for Gender, Children and Social protection, Cynthia Morrison, has underscored the need for parents and guardians to talk to their children about their sexual orientations.