Saturday, June 4, 2016

Shell Confirms Attacks, Suspends Operations Indefinitely

The Shell Petroleum Development Company Limited, the Nigerian subsidiary of Dutch oil giant, Royal Dutch Shell, on Friday confirmed militants’ claims that a major damage was done to its oil installations in Delta State in the early hours of Friday, saying the attack had forced it to shut down crude exports indefinitely.
The statement corroborates earlier statements by the Niger Delta Avengers, a new militant group that has claimed responsibility for a series of attacks on oil installations, in renewed hostilities across the oil-rich region.

FG PANICS As Nigeria Loses 14 Billion Naira Daily!!

The NDA has vowed to ensure that crude oil production is brought to zero level in the country until its demands are met. Buhari was believed to be seeking Jonathan’s help to bring the crisis to an end and spare the nation’s economy of unwarranted damage. In an apparent move to prepare the ground for this meeting, the president had in recent days been speaking glowingly about the former president whose activities in office have been the subject of investigations by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

Army Kills Ameer Abubakar Gana, Boko Haram Leader And 18 Members

Following credible information on the presence of Boko Haram terrorists, their camp and other facilities at Chukungudu, a carefully planned and deliberate attack comprising troops of 3 Battalion, 22 Brigade Garrison, and 153 Task Force Battalion of 7 Division and 8 Task Force Division as well as Nigeria Air Force Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) and some Civilian JTF, was carried out on Boko Haram terrorists stronghold and camp at Chukungudu on Friday 3rd June 2016.

Buhari Condemns Killing Of Bridget Agbahime In Kano, Sues For Peace

President Muhammadu Buhari has described as sad and regrettable the developments that led to the killing of Mrs Bridget Agbahime, an Igbo market woman in Kano.

President Buhari condoles with the husband of the deceased, Pastor Mike Agbahime, the family and relations, praying that God would give them the fortitude to bear the loss.

Posting Of New Commissioners Of Police Announced By Arase (see List)


IGP Solomon E. Arase fdc,NPM has approved the posting of the following Commissioners of Police

1. CP Chika Abubakar Maidama -YOBE STATE

Fayose Embarks On Indefinite Strike In Solidarity With Workers

The Governor of Ekiti State, Mr Ayodele Fayose has embarked on an indefinite strike in solidarity with workers of the state civil service, who have been on strike for about 12 days.

Fayose said the solidarity strike became expedient to show concerns with the workers, who have not received salaries in the last five months.

The Governor made this declaration in Ado Ekiti at the weekend in a televised broadcast shown on media based in Ekiti State.

Ramadan: Book Haram Planning Bombing – Army

Fidelis Soriwei, Abuja

The Defence Headquarters has raised the alarm that members of the Boko Haram sect were planning a large scale bombing during the Ramadan festival.

The Acting Director Defence Information, Brig. Gen. Rabe Abubakar, said in an electronic mail on Saturday that the insurgents had a plan to carry out massive bomb attacks during early morning and evening prayers during Ramadan.

Abubakar urged religious organisations to take necessary security precautions during the period.

Okorocha Reacts To The Murder Of Bridget Agbaheme, Imo Indigene In Kano


The governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has received with rude shock and indeed with utmost dismay the unfortunate report that a woman from the State, Mrs. Bridget Agbaheme was murdered in cold blood in Kano State over related religious issues and described the killing as the height of recklessness on the part of the perpetrators.

Boko Haram Attack In Niger Kills 30 Soldiers From Niger & 2 From Nigeria

Boko Haram attack in Niger 'kills 32 soldiers'

Attack kills 30 soldiers from Niger and two from Nigeria on countries' border near city of Bosso, Niger officials say.  Thirty soldiers from Niger and two Nigerian troops were killed in a Boko Haram attack on Niger's border with Nigeria, Niger's defence ministry said.

"On Friday, hundreds of assailants of Boko Haram attacked" the position of the army of Bosso, the ministry said in a statement on Saturday, giving a "provisional toll" of 32 soldiers killed and 67 wounded.

"On the enemy's side, several dead and injured were taken away," the ministry said.

"Don't Attack Soldiers, Oil Workers & Aircrafts" - Niger Delta Avengers

Good Afternoon Niger Deltans. The liberation of the Niger delta people has taken a new swing with the daily emergence of new groups all over the region. The avengers are calling on all groups in the region to be strong and resolute as it is obvious that God is on our side.

The groups are much now both real and unreal but if you really fighting for the liberation of the Niger delta people. The high command of the avengers is calling on you not to attack any soldier and those claiming to have anti aircraft missiles should deist from targeting any aircraft.