Category Archives: Boko Haram

“The Dapchi Scam: Where Is Liya Sharibu” – Ex Minister Exposes Buhari (Must Read)


Exposed!! “Buhari Lied, See The Amount He Paid & How Boko Haram Fighters Were Swapped For Dapchi Girls”(Must Read)


Boko Haram Reveals Why Buhari Did Not Pay Them (Photo)

Freed Dapchi Girls Arrive Home & This Happened(Photos)

See The Faces Of The Dapchi Schoolgirls After Their Release By Boko Haram Today

Residents Hail Boko Haram Insurgents After Dropping Abducted Dapchi Girls. Photo

Residents seen hailing the Boko Haram terrorists who came to drop off the abducted Dapchi schoolgirls in Yobe State…. This happened as the Boko Haram insurgents returned the schoolgirls abducted from Government Girls Science Technical College in Dapchi town, Yobe state.

The Boko Haram terrorists reportedly returned the kidnapped girls this morning – in the same set of vehicles which they used in conveying them last month,” a resident said.


MURIC reacts to release of Dapchi schoolgirls, attacks Goodluck Jonathan

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has reacted to the release of the abducted secondary schoolgirls in Dapchi, Yobe State.

DAILY POST reported earlier that 105 of the abducted schoolgirls have been released with 5 of them reportedly dead.

Director of the group, Professor Ishaq Akintola, in a statement on Wednesday rejoiced with the parents, and commended the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Government and the Nigerian Army for the early return of the girls.

Muric, however, berated Goodluck Jonathan’s administration for its slow response to the abduction of Chibok girls in 2014.

The Muslim group also sympathized with the families of the five Dapchi schoolgirls who died in the attack.

According to the group, “Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan can now see the difference between action and inaction, between goodwill and bad faith and between lukewarm attitude and proactiveness.

“Chibok and Dapchi are now reference points in a tale of two Commander-in-Chiefs: one who turns the other cheek while his army turns and runs and another who takes immediate action and puts insurgents on the run.

“We therefore call on Nigerians to continue to support President Muhammadu Buhari.

“We charge FG to ensure adequate protection for all the schools in the insurgency zone. Defeated, frustrated, bankrupt and hungry, Boko Haram is looking for ways of embarrassing FG, sourcing for food and ransom money. We must never be caught napping again.

“However, we are saddened by the loss of five of the girls. We sympathise with their parents and pray that Allah will grant them Aljannah Firdaus.

“We also pray that Almighty Allah will give the parents the strength to bear the loss.”

Wanted Boko Haram Terrorist, Others Arrested By Soldiers In Borno. Photos

Troops of 23 Brigade on Operation LAFIYA DOLE on 20 March 2018 have arrested a wanted Boko Haram suspect, Bubayi Isa from Panama village, Gunda District, Biu Local Government Area of Borno State following a tip off.

Further investigation reveals that Bubayi is the 37 suspect on the list of Boko Haram Terrorists suspect published by Army Headquarters.

Others arrested with him are Muhammad Buba and Abdullahi Abubakar from the same area while Yakubu Abdullahi hails from Sabon Gari Gado in Bayo Local Government Area also of Borno State.

The suspects were arrested in Kalaa village in Hong Local Government Area of Adamawa State.

The suspects have also confessed of belonging to a Boko Haram Terrorists group and their various involvement following a preliminary investigation by the troops.

BREAKING! Abducted Nigerian Nurse Becomes Boko Haram Member, Sends Warning WhatsApp Message(Photo)

Dapchi abduction: How security forces allowed Boko Haram to abduct schoolgirls – Amnesty

Global human rights watchdog, Amnesty International, AI, has revealed that Nigerian security forces got advance warnings that a convoy of Boko Haram fighters was heading towards Dapchi, a town where 110 schoolgirls were abducted by terrorists on February 19 in an assault similar to the infamous Chibok girls’ abduction of April 2014.


It claimed that no fewer than five calls were put across to security forces between 2pm and 6:30pm on that fateful day of the abduction of female pupils from Government Girls Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe state.

In a report on the incident released yesterday, Amnesty International said the first call was made to the Nigerian Army Command in Geidam, 54km from Dapchi, informing them that Boko Haram fighters had been seen at Futchimiram heading to Gumsa, a village about 30km from Dapchi.

However, the evidence documented by the international group shows that the military did nothing to stop the insurgents.

“The sighting of an armed convoy at Futchimiram immediately sparked several phone calls to alert authorities. Sources who informed the military commander in Geidam at 2p.m. report that he responded to them by saying he was aware of the situation and was monitoring it.

“At about 3pm, the convoy arrived in Gumsa, where they remained till 5pm. People in Gumsa called Dapchi villagers to warn them that Boko Haram fighters were on their way. One villager who received such a call said he informed a police sergeant who promised to notify the Dapchi Division Police Officer (DPO).

“At about 6:30pm, when residents were heading to the mosque for evening prayers, Boko Haram members entered Dapchi. Witnesses said Boko Haram fighters asked for directions to the military post, the local government office and the girls’ school,” the report said.

Amnesty learnt from an eyewitness that approximately 50 Boko Haram fighters stormed Dapchi in a convoy of nine vehicles with Arabic inscriptions on them. The vehicles included seven Land Cruiser trucks, one Hilux and a Canter truck.

A police source in Dapchi also told the group that on sighting them, police officers fled because they feared that the Boko Haram fighters would overpower them. According to victims and eyewitnesses interviewed by AI, Boko Haram left Gumsa for Dapchi at about 5pm, arriving at about 6:30pm.

“They left Dapchi at about 7:30pm in the direction of Gumsa, where villagers say they arrived at about 9p.m. During the attack, army officials both in Geidam and Damaturu were again alerted. The military only arrived in Dapchi shortly after Boko Haram left. Villagers in Dapchi and Gumsa said a military jet arrived about one hour after Boko Haram left Dapchi,” read the report.

AI lamented that in spite of the several distress calls, the Nigerian military neither took effective measures to stop the abduction nor made serious efforts to rescue the girls after they were taken by Boko Haram fighters.

The Director, Amnesty International in Nigeria, Osai Ojigho, maintained in a statement that the Nigerian authorities have failed in their duty to protect civilians, just as they did in Chibok four years ago.

While describing the inaction as, “inexcusable security lapses”, Ojigho said, “Evidence available to Amnesty International suggests that there are insufficient troops deployed in the area, and that an absence of patrols and the failure to respond to warnings and engage with Boko Haram contributed to this tragedy. The government’s failure in this incident must be investigated and the findings made public and it is absolutely crucial that any investigation focuses on the root causes.”

Dapchi Girls : Parents Speak After Buhari’s Visit

Herdsmen: Nigeria is in the Middle of a War – Orji Kalu Explodes in Igbere

The former governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu has told president Buhari to take a realistic step in order to stop the rampaging Fulani herdsmen from killing innocent citizens in the country.

Orji Uzor Kalu equally said that he believes that Buhari will definitely do something about the Boko Haram terrorists and  Fulani herdsmen in the country because fighting Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen is like fighting a war.

Herdsmen attack: Police confirm death of two officers in Benue

The Benue State Police Command has confirmed a report that two of its officers were killed during a fire exchange with herdsmen at Tse Orogbo in Nyiev Council Ward, Guma LGA of Benue State.

recall that the attackers engaged policemen in a gun duel near a primary School before killing two of the officers 24 hours before the president visited the state.


Confirming the incident to DAILY POST Monday night, the command’s PRO, ASP Moses Yamu, said the sad development would not deter his men from doing their job.

He said, “The Benue State Police Command regret to announce the death of two of its Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs).

“They met their death in the hands of some armed bandits, while on confidence building patrol at Orogbo Village in Guma LGA on 11th March 2018 at about 1400hrs.

“The bandits who escaped into the forest in the area, shall be apprehended and brought to justice. The Police will not be dettered by the loss and the general public is thus assured of our renewed commitment to the war against all acts of criminality. We will continue to count on the partnership of the good people of the State in this regard, please.”

Dapchi: Parents Occupy NASS, Demand Probe And Recovery Of Abducted Daughters

BREAKING!! Boko Haram Commander Freed In Chibok Girls Swap Deal Resurfaces, Issues Threat (Photos)

Boko Haram Commander Freed In Chibok Girls Swap Deal Resurfaces, Issues Fresh Threat Against Nigeria

‘Overstay Is Killing Us’ – Soldier Deployed To Borno For 2 Years Now Cries Out. Photos

A Nigerian soldier who has been in the northeast region for two years now – has called on the army authorities to consider and rotate soldiers due to increasing rate of deaths of troops. According to him, overstay of gallant soldiers in the region – makes their morale weak in the battlefield.

The soldier urged the army authorities to give their deployment to the northeast a duration so that fresh hands can come and fight against Boko Haram insurgents.

The plea was shared online by the Nigerian Army Depot in Zaria, Kaduna state. Read below;

Morning admin, with heavy heart and grieve in my heart I am writing to you for assistance. I am in north east ( Borno State). This is my two years in this operation and what I experience on first of march this year since my two years in this operation I have never seen it.

For I know in war front care is prerequisite but this one that happened make me thinking because I realize the cause of the rampart death is overstay of soldiers in north east.

This is what I observed in the front line, It makes the morale of troops weak in the battle field, the strength to fight terrorist is lost and the hope is gone. For I am saying this due to my experience, for I can remembered when we first come the moral of troops was so strong that we do pushed this people without fear or thinking behind but as time goes on that’s how tidiness started,

No morale, men become weak and that’s the beginning of our problem in the battlefield.

Please my short plead is that let Nigerian Army make this operation just like other operation where soldiers are been rotated, at least let there be a rotation even if it take one three times to come.

I wish this my cry go far to reach the right destination. Please let the operation have duration please overstay is killing us. Thanks admin for your effort towards my cry!!

Atiku reacts to Mambilla attack, calls for justice

Former Vice president, Atiku Abubakar has reacted to the attack on Mambilla, which left many dead on Sunday.


About 20 persons were reported killed and 300 cows stolen, following a fresh outbreak of ethnic violence on the Mambilla Plateau in Sardauna Local Government Area of Taraba State, on Sunday.

The former Vice president expressed sadness at the increasing rate of violence in Mambilla

He urged security agencies to ensure that culprits were brought to book in order to avoid a repeat of the same incident.

“It breaks my heart that the Mambilla has lost its serenity to violence and avoidable deaths.

“It is important that we bring culprits to justice else others will be emboldened to thread the same path as the resurgence of violence in Mambilla has shown,” Atiku tweeted.

Man Escapes With Arrow In His Back After Attack By Fulani Men. Graphic Photos

An armed Fulani attack on some farmers at Nyiwa Village in Mambilla on Thursday, 1st March 2018 sparked off a spiral of herdsmen-farmers clashes across some villages in western Mambilla Plateau in Sardauna LGA, Taraba State of Nigeria.

According to reports gathered EbonyiDaily, the initial attack at Nyiwa village which happened on 1/3/2018, started after the Fulani militia shot dead two Mambilla men in their farmland at Nyiwa community.

The Fulani herders had destroyed the fence around the farm the previous day which the farmers quickly and peacefully repaired. The Fulani allegedly destroyed the fence for a second time within a space of about 24 hours. When the farmers returned to the farm and were about to re-erect the fence, the Fulani gunmen, allegedly led by the said Maigari Gagarau and brother opened fire on them from a nearby bush in which they had laid in ambush, killing two farmers instantly.

The head of one of their victims was further macheted to pieces by Maigari’s team. They subsequently shot dead two other Mambilla men. As the alarm of this gruesome killings went round the village, residents scampered about in panic, some rushing to attempt to rescue those trapped by the attack. These people, however, similarly came under the same gunfire.

The villagers inevitably clashed with these armed herdsmen in the farm resulting in further casualties.

Ebonyidaily gathered , these Nyiwa killings sparked off a wave of fighting between herdsmen and farmers in the area. Nevertheless, the Nyiwa attack by the herdsmen turned out to be the head of a series of coordinated attacks organized and executed by the Fulani leaders, which quickly spread to other villages such as Yerimaru, Kasalasa, Ngesoo, Yelwa and the Mambilla Escarpment Road.

Reports of Fulani mercenaries arriving Maisamari, Nguroje and Gembu on Saturday, 3 March 2018 were rife by evening of that day. Some of these were allegedly lodged at the residences of certain Miyetti Allah leaders, Ardo Juli and Ardo Ali in Nguroje, according to the Sardauna stakeholders forum.

The Fulani mercenaries alongside their local militia began action around Yelwa with the slaughter of a Mambilla woman from Takam Village, east of Maisamari on Saturday, 3 March 2018. She was daughter-in-law to a certain Late Nasamu of Takam. The woman was returning from market when the Fulani mercenaries caught up with her and slaughtered her like a ram. Local residents pursued and neutralized 4 of her killers, while others escaped.

The following day, Sunday, 4 March 2018, an group of heavily-armed Fulani mercenaries left Maisamari and entered Yelwa in a convoy akin to regular army deployments. These heavily-armed mercenaries selected Mambilla houses in Yelwa shooting men, women and children and burning down the houses.

All non-Fulani people in Yelwa, particularly, the Mambilla and Kaka, were invariably affected. Several girls have been reported missing, having been abducted by these ruthless invaders.

Dapchi attack: CDHR condemns abduction, calls for restructuring of Nigeria

The Committee for the Defence of Human Rights has called for the restructuring of Nigeria, describing it as a trite demand which “requires all the will and commitment necessary.”

The civil rights organisation acknowledged what, it said, was the crucial need to review the structure of the Nigerian state, its governance and political process.

While condemning the abduction of 110 female students of the Government Science Technical School, Dabchi in Yobe State by Boko Haram militants, the CDHR said it was “a direct violation of their right to education and all other rights provided under the Child Rights Act.”

The resolutions, according to a communique issued on Sunday by the National Publicity Secretary of CDHR, Peter Ekine, were taken after its National Executive Committee meeting held on Saturday in Lagos.

He said, “The NEC acknowledged the crucial need to review the structure of the Nigerian state, its governance and political process. As an ideal federal state, it is apparent that political power is heavily concentrated at the centre. The NEC therefore considered the aspirations of Nigerians for restructuring and CDHR agreed that the call for restructuring is trite and requires all the will and commitment necessary.

“The NEC also commiserated with the families of all the victims of insurgency in the North-East. NEC, on behalf of CDHR, urged the security agencies to step up their activities and ensure the safe rescue of all the girls and all citizens in captivity of the insurgents; let “Dapchi Girls” not turn to another “Chibok girls”!

“The NEC also condemned all cases of extrajudicial killings by state agents in different parts of the country, particularly the recent cases in Edo and Rivers States. NEC condoled with the families of the victims.

“The NEC condemned the senseless murder of four UN aid workers in Rann, Borno State, North-East Nigeria, on Friday, March 2, 2018. The NEC also condemned the abduction of one of the aid workers who is critically ill at the moment. The NEC commiserated with the United Nations and the families of the murdered and kidnapped workers. The NEC was certainly disturbed about the effect this could have on humanitarian services to displaced persons.”

‘Tell My Parents I’m In Trouble’ — Beautiful Nurse Abducted By Boko Haram In Rann Cries Out (Photo)


The fulani herdsmen militia are on rampage again in Mambiilla Taraba state.

This time human lives where taken for some killed for cows. This situation is getting worse by the day.

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Soldier Who Survived Many Injuries At The Battlefield, Killed By Boko Haram (Photos)

BREAKING!! 4 NGO Workers, Soldier & Mopol Killed By Boko Haram In Borno (Graphic Pics!!)

US Condemns Killing Of Three Aid Workers In Rann Town, Borno

Boko Haram kills soldiers, policemen, four UN aid workers in Borno (updated)

Suspected members of the Boko Haram sect have reportedly killed security operatives and some UN aid workers in Rann, a community in Borno state.

Rann is the headquarters of Kala Balge local government area of Borno state. Last year, over 100 people were killed in an accidental strike on an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in the community.

The air force, which later apologised for the tragic incident, said it got information that Boko Haram insurgents assembled at a spot in Rann.

The attackers were said to have stormed the town with sophisticated weapons.

A source told TheCable that the insurgents overran a military base and killed at least four soldiers.

Four policemen were also reportedly shot dead, while three humanitarian workers were said to have been killed and others sustained injuries.

A female nurse was also abducted.

Samantha Newport, head of communications, UNICEF Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), confirmed that some aid workers were killed.

Two of the aid workers who died were contractors with the International Organization for Migration, working as coordinators at a camp for 55,000 displaced people in Rann, the United Nations said.

The third was a doctor employed as a consultant for UNICEF.

“We call on authorities to ensure the perpetrators are brought to justice and account,” Edward Kallon, the U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, said in a statement.

Newport said all the aid workers were Nigerian nationals.

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect that those killed in the attack are not officials of the Red Cross as previously indicated

BREAKING: Many feared killed as Boko Haram attacks Rann

Many persons were feared killed Thursday night after Boko Haram sect launched a late evening attack on Rann, the headquarters of Kala Balge local government area of Borno State, sources said.

It was gathered that a village, where hundreds of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and humanitarian workers are camping, suddenly came under serious attack by armed Boko Haram gunmen.

A security personnel who asked not to be named confirmed to Premium Times via telephone that the attack started at about 7pm.

“We got the report that Rann was being attacked at about 7pm and that many persons may have been affected but no one can clearly say the number of dead casualty,” the source said.

“We have to wait till morning before one could tell exactly what happened there,” he added.
More to come.

BREAKING!! Commanding Officer Of The “Strike Force Group” Killed By Boko Haram(Photo)

Dapchi school attack: Escaped girl makes shocking revelations

Some of the schoolgirls who escaped from the Boko Haram insurgents during the attack on the Government Girls Science Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe state, have told their stories


Speaking to TheCable, a 16-year-old Amina Abubakar Mohamadu, said the Boko Haram insurgents came on soldiers’ uniform.

According to her, they were deceived, adding, “They were wearing soldiers’ uniforms and they said ‘Come, come, we are here to rescue you.’

“I even stepped my leg into the car, but my elder sister called and said, ‘can’t you see that Allahu Akbar is written on their car,’ that was how I ran out.

“They deceived us. They came with three vans in army colours and they had army uniform, but they didn’t have army boots, that is how some of us identified them – through the slippers and their military trouser which did not touch the ground — three-quarter length.

“They wore soldiers uniform. I saw their car. They wrote Allahu Akbar on it. That is why I did not run into it.

“Immediately the incident started, we started running. Our teachers helped us to cross the fence. I was raised to scale over the fence and ran to a neighbour’s house.

“We ran, ran. Almost five kilometres. Our teachers tried for us. They helped us to climb the fence.”

Dapchi Abduction: Escapees Return To School, Recount Ordeal

Dapchi schoolgirls: UN condemns Boko Haram abduction of 110 students

The United Nations has strongly condemned the abduction of 110 schoolgirls of Government Girls Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe, by suspected Boko Haram terrorists.

The Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres in a statement by his spokesperson, Stephane Dujarric expressed disappointment at the abduction and attack.

Mr. Guterres said he was gravely concerned over the situation of the schoolgirls’ abducted during an attack on their educational institution in Dapchi, Yobe state, on February 19.

He called for the immediate release of all the missing girls and for their safe return to their families.

The UN chief urged the Nigerian authorities to swiftly bring those responsible for this dastardly act to justice.

“The abduction is another horrific incident where young women and girls are targeted by terror groups.

And we very much hope that the perpetrators will be brought to justice, and just as importantly, that the girls will be found and returned to safety.

“I think the fact that these young women were abducted in an educational setting, where they should have been safe, just adds to the horror of the story.”

He reiterated the solidarity and support of the UN to the Nigerian government and other affected countries in the region in the fight against terrorism and violent extremism.