Nigeria: Terrorism Threat: Police Headquarters Bombed
I must confess that I am neither surprised by the brazen attack on the headquarters of the Nigeria Police, the almighty Louis Edet house in Abuja, by members of the Boko Haram Islamic sect, nor by the reaction of President Goodluck Jonathan. Why?
I was in Maiduguri and Bauchi August for over a week in 2009 after the Boko…Continue
Wanted People, Boko Haram Declares
On 05 June, the radical terrorist sect Boko Haram has declared the following people wanted in a statement reportedly dropped at various media houses by unknown persons yesterday.
Jima?atu Ahlus-Sunnah Lidda? Awati Wal Jihad translates roughly to ‘’People Commited to the Prophet’s Teachings for Propagation and Jihad is said to have considered the following people as police informants and enemies…Continue
SECURITY REPORT ON THE SECURITY CHALLENGES IN NIGERIA
By Albert Akpor
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan says he is determined to improve security in the country with a new administration that takes power with Sunday's inauguration.
Security was a driving issue in the presidential campaign following bomb blasts by militants from the oil-rich Niger Delta and attacks on police by members of an extremist Islamic group in the…
SECURITY IN THE COUNTRY/BOKO HARAM SECT
As mark of commitment and responsibility to our statutory duties, I find it very expedient to address the Press for the purpose of acquainting you and the nation at large with the recent happenings in Bauchi and Borno States.
The Inspector-General of Police Hafiz Abubakar Ringim, NPM, mni wishes to inform the…Continue