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Attacks blamed on Boko Haram this year

 A number of churches in northeast Nigeria were attacked by suspected Boko Haram Islamists on Sunday, near the town of Chibok where more than 200 teenage girls were kidnapped in April. Witnesses say they fear that yet again, dozens have been killed. Here are some of the deadly raids, kidnappings and bombings that have been linked to Boko Haram this ...

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Igbo socio-cultural group protests release of suspected Boko Haram members


A socio-cultural organization – Igbo World Union, has condemned the release of over 100 detained suspected Boko Haram members recently arrested in Abia en route Port Harcourt, Rivers state. President General of the group, Chief Mishak Nnanta, who spoke with newsmen in Umuahia, said “Nigeria is playing with fire, if indeed anybody among these suspects who pose grave danger to ...

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Boko Haram: 100 feared killed as insurgents attack Chibok

Five churches, including COCIN, EYN and Deeper Life Bible Church, in Kwada village about 10 kilometres from Chibok town, were on Sunday attacked by Boko Haram insurgents. The attackers, according to report from locals in Chibok, targeted the time when worshipers were ready for the Sunday Service. “They killed and burnt houses after attacking worshipers in five churches in Kwada; ...

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I have no Facebook account – Ekweremadu

The Deputy Senate President, Chief Ike Ekweremadu, on Sunday in Abuja warned members of the public not to deal with any Facebook account bearing his name. This is contained in a statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media, Mr. Uche Anichukwu. The statement noted that any Facebook account bearing Ekweremadu’s name was created by impostors. “The attention of the ...

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INSURGENCY: Enugu Churches screen worshippers

*As Catholic Church bans women handbags AS part of efforts to forestall attack on the church by Boko Haram insurgents who are feared to have invaded the South Eastern states, the Catholic Diocese of Enugu, Sunday, conducted thorough screening of its members before allowing them into the Sunday services. The church also banned  women from entering with hand-bags as part ...

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Insurgents kill 13 in Bauchi hotel… Bombers dress in military uniform


The wave of bombings by suspected Boko Haram insurgents across the country continued at the weekend after 13 persons were killed in an attack in Bauchi, the capital of Bauchi State. 34 others were injured in the blast, according to Bauchi State Police Commissioner, Mallam Lawal Shehu. Shehu disclosed that a suspect had been arrested in connection with the attack. ...

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Nothing is more important than bringing Chibok Girls home, says Jonathan

President Jonathan

*Bomb attack averted in Kano Mosque President Goodluck Jonathan in an article written by him on the Chibok abduction and published in Washington Post Friday, reiterated that nothing was more important to him than bringing home the remaining schoolgirls abducted in April by terrorists at Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State. This came on a day the police in Kano ...

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Jonathan visits Emab bomb site

President Goodluck Jonathan visited the site of a deadly bombing in the capital Abuja on Friday after cutting short an African Union engagement to meet victims of the attack blamed on Boko Haram. Jonathan visited the Emab Plaza in central Abuja where a bomb blast killed at least 21 people on Wednesday and later went to a hospital where victims ...

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Bandits overpower policemen, rob bullion van

OVER 20 suspected robbers laid ambush and overwhelmed policemen escorting a bullion van with undisclosed amount of money belonging to two new generation banks, along the Benin‑Asaba Expressway, by Edo/Ogwashi-Uku junction in Delta State, Wednesday. Police spokesperson in Delta State, DSP Celestina Kalu, who confirmed the robbery in a statement, Thursday, said the bandits made away with some money. She ...

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Assemblies of God Church crisis deepens with suspension of 7 C’ttee members

Rev Prof Paul Emeka

The leadership crisis rocking the Assemblies of God Church Nigeria took another turn yesterday as the General Committee of the church suspended seven members of the Executive Council (EC) and appointed new ones. The meeting was held amidst tight security as members of the committee were made to undergo accreditation and thoroughly scrutiny before being allowed into the capacity filled national secretariat ...

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