Friday, April 12, 2024

Boko Haram

April 11, 2024

Ten years after Chibok girls’ mass abduction, Nigerian schoolchildren still at risk: Human Rights Watch

During February and March 2024 alone, bandits kidnapped over 200 children from their schools in Kaduna and Sokoto.

April 7, 2024

We’re stigmatised, discriminated against by American University of Nigeria’s authorities, fellow students: Chibok girls

The Chibok schoolgirls kidnap survivors described how they have endured humiliation and discrimination from employees and students of the American University of Nigeria.

Chibok girls and American University Nigeria
March 30, 2024

Easter: Gov. Zulum urges Christians to pray for Borno

“I urge us all in this solemn period to commit to prayers for the development and prosperity of our dear country.”

Babagana Umara Zulum
March 8, 2024

Kidnapping of 680 Nigerians in one week shows Tinubu has no effective plans to end insecurity: Amnesty International

Amnesty International also wants the Nigerian authorities to investigate widespread kidnappings and deal with perpetrators.

Sleeping President Bola Tinubu (Credit: Bola Tinubu)
March 1, 2024

Troops overran terrorists’ stronghold in Lake Chad: Nigerian Army

“The gallant troops are presently exploiting their success in pursuit of the routed insurgents,” said the Nigerian Army.

Nigerian Army and Civilian Joint Task Force
February 19, 2024

CIA officer reveals how she leveraged NGOs for U.S. covert operations in Nigeria under Buhari

Molly Chambers said she was sent to Maiduguri to track down late Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau during multinational efforts to rescue the schoolgirls abducted from Chibok.

Molly Chambers and CIA
February 14, 2024
Governor of Borno state, Babagana Zulum
January 21, 2024
Darfur war
January 16, 2024

We won’t rest until we crush bandits, other ‘agents of darkness’: Tinubu

Mr Tinubu said his administration would not rest until “every agent of darkness” was rooted out of the country.

President Bola Tinubu
January 16, 2024

Court orders return of £6.9 million stolen under Jonathan’s administration to Nigeria

The UK government is now negotiating how the funds will be returned to Nigeria.

Former Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan