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Several Terrorists Killed As Military Recaptures Gwoza

The military said they captured Gwoza and destroyed the headquarters of the “terrorists’ self-styled Caliphate”.

“Several terrorists died while many are captured,” a military official said,  hinting that “they are mopping up the entire area and her suburbs”. 461 more words


Fear Of Violence Triggers Panic Buying Of Food Items In Kaduna

This is consequent upon fear of what might happen, if either of the presidential candidates of the two dominant parties, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC) wins. 170 more words


Full Text: Buhari’s Last Message To Nigerians Before Election Day

“Give me the chance to lead you in rebuilding a Nigeria that all of us can be proud of once again”, he said in a statement made available to Channels Television. 1,371 more words


Terrorists Fleeing Gwoza Will Not Sneak Into Communities Un-noticed – Olukolade

The spokesman for the military, Major General Chris Olukolade, told Channels Television on Friday that the troops in Gwoza were combing the community and surroundings to arrest terrorists that may be hiding within the area. 460 more words


INEC, NYSC Pledge Protection Of Corps Members

The INEC Chairman appealed to the corps members to handle this national assignment (election) with responsibility and patriotism, and resist undemocratic practices.

INEC on the other hand, confirmed its… 75 more words


Jega Says Voters’ Presence After Voting Makes Process Transparent

The Independent National Electoral Commissions’ statement is contrary to an advice by the Nigeria Police, which said voters should go home after voting.

Addressing reporters on Friday, the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Professor Attahiru Jega, said the commission believed that the electoral process would be more transparent if voters stayed behind after voting. 100 more words


Group Expresses Concern Over Deployment Of Soldiers For Elections

Led by the Chairman of the Partners for Electoral Reform, Mr Ezenwa Nwagwu, the group based their apprehension on the last bye-election in Ekiti State. 359 more words