Nigeria: Insecurity – 96 Killed, Two Kidnapped in Attacks Across Nigeria Last Week

By Adejumo Kabir At least 96 people were killed in the past week in different states across Nigeria. Two other people were kidnapped. Majority of the victims were civilians but casualty included soldiers and officials of other security agencies. The attacks occur amidst the rampant insecurity across several states. A …

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NGO To Carry Out Agricultural Infrastructure Mapping In Kebbi

Kebbi’s potential in food production especially rice production has attracted the attention of Farm and Infrastructure Foundation (FIF), an agricultural non-governmental organisation expected to carry out agricultural infrastructure mapping in the state. The founder and president of the Farm and Infrastructure Foundation, Professor Gbolade Ayoola stated this while fielding questions …

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Falz Blasts Governor Ganduje For Jailing Kano Musician Who Joked About Him In A Song

Popular Nigerian musician, Folarin Falana better known as Falz the Bahd Guy has condemned the Kano State government for jailing musician Mohammed Yusuf for singing songs which made jokes about the Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of the state. Posting a screenshot of a BBC pidgin on his Instagram handle @falzthedahdguy, Falz …

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Nigeria – Borno State, North-East Flash Update No. 2 – Displacement to Damboa LGA, 30 May 2019 – Nigeria

On 21 May 2019, the Nigerian military commenced a unilateral relocation of civilian populations from Sabon Gari, a border community in Damboa LGA of Borno State to the Government Science Secondary School (GSSS) and Unity camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Damboa Town, located some 85 kilometers south-west of …

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Fighting to survive: Conflict in northeast Nigeria | Borno state | Médecins Sans Frontières

Pulka is currently hosting more than 40,000 displaced people; some in camps, and others living with the host community. With no civil authorities present, the town is completely controlled by the military. People’s movements are limited to a short distance beyond the town’s perimeter to farm, but many people do …

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