Ahead of the 2019 general election, a new militant group, War Against Niger Delta Exploitation, WANDE, has threatened to disrupt the 2019 elections unless the federal Government can show commitment to the development of the oil rich Niger Delta.
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Thursday, 27 December 2018
Wednesday, 26 December 2018
2 Catholic Priests Kidnapped in Anambra, Southeast Nigeria
Gunmen have kidnapped two Catholic priests at Nneyi Umeri area of Anambra. A source in Umeri on Tuesday in Awka said that the clergymen were abducted while on their way back from Onitsha on Monday evening.
13 Soldiers, Police Officer Killed In Boko Haram Ambush in Borno
The Nigerian Army says Boko Haram terrorists have killed at least 10 soldiers and one police officer in an ambush in Borno State, Northeast Nigeria.
Friday, 21 December 2018
Breaking: Suspected Boko Haram Commander Arrested in Lagos
Thursday, 20 December 2018
Gunmen Kidnap Anglican Bishop in Rivers State
Gunmen Tuesday night kidnapped the Anglican Bishop of Ahoada Diocese, Rt. Reverend Clement Ekpeye at Ahoada in Ahoada east Local Government Area of Rivers State.
Monday, 17 December 2018
Three Days After Attacking UNICEF, Nigerian Army Wants Amnesty Int'l Office In Nigeria Shut
The Nigerian Army has called for the closure of the Amnesty International offices in Nigeria, alleging there is credible evidence the organisation is working hard to destabilise the country. This comes three days after the army accused UNICEF of aiding terrorism in the North-east.
Friday, 14 December 2018
Nigerian Military Accuses UNICEF of Spying For Insurgents, Halts Agencies Programs in Northeast
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) - The Nigerian military on Friday accused United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) staff of spying for Islamist militants in northeast Nigeria, and suspended the agency's activities there.
The northeast has been torn apart by a decade-long insurgency by Boko Haram and its splinter group Islamic State West Africa, in which more than 30,000 people have been killed and many more driven from their homes.
UNICEF staff "train and deploy spies who support the insurgents and their sympathizers", the Nigerian military said in a statement.
These were "unwholesome practices that could further jeopardize the fight against terrorism and insurgency".
A UNICEF spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
With millions displaced, Nigeria's northeast is largely dependent on international aid.
Culled from: Reuters
Monday, 10 December 2018
Why Nigeria is struggling To Defeat Boko Haram
Muna Custom House camp lies on the edge of Maiduguri, near one of many trenches surrounding the northern Nigerian city dug to help keep Boko Haram at bay. It is often the first port of call for internally displaced people fleeing from the largely lawless hinterlands that surround the city at the centre of one of the world’s deadliest jihadi insurgencies.
Counterterrorism: UN Launches New Framework To Strengthen Fight Against Terrorism
The United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has launched a new Organization-wide framework on Thursday to coordinate efforts across the peace and security, humanitarian, human rights and sustainable development sectors.
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Nigeria Is 3rd Most Terrorized Country in The World, Says Global Terrorism Index 2018
Nigeria emerged the third most terrorized country worldwide in the newly released 2018 Global Terrorism Index.
How Cybercrime And Digital Technologies Fuel Illicit Financial Transactions in Ghana
The issue of illicit financial flows is not new; however, the increasing complexity of the digital economy and fast-evolving technologies in the last few decades is changing the landscape of this problem.
Thursday, 6 December 2018
Nigeria's National Kidnapping Crisis Is Expanding, Says John Campbell
Across the country, Nigerians have seen an uptick in violent, ostensibly non-political, crime. Further, there is anecdotal evidence that crime has become more gratuitously violent.
Tuesday, 4 December 2018
Nigerian Navy Vows to Rid Niger Delta of Crude Oil Theft
The Nigerian Navy has continued the destruction of illegal refineries in the Niger Delta, with the activation of a fresh onslaught, code-named operation Ex Toru-Gbown (waterways protection) in the region.
Nigeria, Russia Sign Treaty To Tackle Terrorism, Other Crimes
The Nigerian government has signed a treaty on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters with Russia.
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