Nigerian Troops Rescue 10 Chained Kidnap Victims, Neutralize Bandits In Kaduna [Photos]

Chained kidnap victims

An unspecified number of bandits have been neutralized by Nigerian troops after 10 chained kidnapped victims were rescued from their camps at Apewohe in Chikun LGA of Kaduna State. According to Samuel Aruwan, Commissioner, Ministry of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Kaduna State, the chained kidnap victims were rescued by the Nigerian Army troops of Operation Forest Sanity during clearance operations conducted across some hard-to-reach locations spanning Chikun and Igabi LGAs. Aruwan noted that the operation extended to Dakwala and Kunai hills in the same LGA, where more bandits’ hideouts…

Read more

Terrorists Kill Nigerian Military Officer Who Went To Visit His Parents In Kebbi

Nigerian military officer

Gunmen suspected to be bandits have assasinated a Nigerian military officer who went to pay a visit to his parents in Kebbi State. The unfortunate incident happened over the weekend, according to SaharaReporters. The deceased Nigerian military officer whose name was given as Corporal Umaru Sanda was serving at the 13 Brigade, Nigerian Army unit in Calabar, Cross River State. READ ALSO: Armed Bandits Arrest Thief, Hands Him Over To Authorities For Prosecution In Katsina [VIDEO] According to reports, the commercial bus he boarded while on his way to Zuru,…

Read more

Checkout Awesome Pictures Of Dogs In The Nigerian Police K9 Unit

Nigerian Police K9 Unit

The Nigerian Police K9 Unit is designated to take care of the police dogs specially trained for security and detecting explosives. Dogs have long been involved in warfare, and their use on the battlefield goes back several thousand years. They were used in various capacities by the Ancient Egyptians, the Ancient Greeks, and the Romans, and they’re still used to this day as scouts, trackers, sentries, and mine detection dogs. Millions of K9 dogs worldwide have served during Wars. These dogs have also accompanied security operatives into combat during major…

Read more

Troops Intercept 792 Parcels Of Ghana Weed In Ogun

792 parcels of weed

The Nigerian Army Troops of 81 Division at Ilaro-Benin Republic Border has intercepted 792 parcels suspected to be India hemp aka marijuana concealed in a truck coming from Volta region in Ghana. According to a statement by the Nigerian Army through the Acting Deputy Director, 81 Division Army Public Relations, Major Olaniyi Osoba the parcels were intercepted on Friday, 2nd October, 2022. He said the carefully packed Indian Hemp was intercepted while being smuggled into Ogun State at a checkpoint along the Ilaro-Benin Republic Border following an intelligence-driven operation. Major…

Read more

Group Of Kidnappers Arrested By Security Operatives In Kaduna (graphic video)

A Facebook User has posted a video footage which show the moment Nigerian security forces and vigilantes apprehended some group of kidnappers and loaded them inside their vehicle. In the video footage, some residents were seen gathering at the scene watching the security operatives bundling the kidnappers into the back of a standby military van. According to the Facebook Post, the kidnappers were caught in their hideout around lere local government in Kaduna states. Watch video below; The alleged kidnappers were like 7 in number including their female accomplices. Unfortunately…

Read more

Photo Story: Troops Records Another Success Against Boko Haram/ISWAP Terrorists

TROOPS RECORDS ANOTHER SUCCESS The Nigerian Army troops of Operation Desert Sanity on Monday 29 August 2022 neutralized several Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists during a successful night ambush operation around Tamsun Ngamdu general area in Yobe State. Troops also recovered weapons, ammunition, mobile phones & a motorcycle. See photos below; READ ALSO: Two Vilantes Arrested After Gunpoint Rape Of Woman In Bauchi [Photos] READ ALSO: Wife of man who stoned his children to death narrates how she escaped death

Read more

Army Patrol Troops Overpower Bandits, Arrest 3 In Kaduna

Patrol troops

Patrol Troops of 1 Division Nigerian Army, led by the General Officer Commanding (GOC), Major General Taoreed Lagbaja accompanied by a team of Operational commanders have cleared bandits in Buruku, Udawa, Manini, Birnin Gwari, Doka, Maganda, Kuyello and Dogon Dawa communities in Kaduna state, while on a fighting patrol on Monday 29 August 2022. Confirming the arrest, Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu, Director Army Public Relations said a fire fight ensued when the patrol team came in contact with the bandits but troops overpowered the bandits with superior fire power neutralizing…

Read more

Fake Soldiers Arrested With Charms & Weapons In Lagos

Fake soldiers

Two alleged fake soldiers have been reportedly arrested by the Lagos state police command. Benjamin Hundeyin, the state’s police public relations officer, confirmed this in a statement on Friday. According to the statement, one of the fake soldiers, 39-year-old Oluwatosin Gabriel, was arrested during the enforcement of the total ban on motorcycles in some parts of the state. READ ALSO: Fake naval officer arrested in Nasarawa READ ALSO: (SHOCKING) Teenage girl on her way to Ikorodu Lagos, finds herself in Bauchi State Hundeyin further stated that investigation by the detectives…

Read more

Fake naval officer arrested in Nasarawa

Fake Naval Officer

Operatives of 4 Special Forces Command, Doma, Nasarawa State has arrested a fake naval officer Agbism Joseph Allu. Agbism Joseph Allu was arrested on Thursday August 25, around Doma Market in Nasarawa state. According to reports, the 33-year-old has since been handed over to the Police for further investigation and prosecution. Confirming the arrest, the Spokesperson of the command, DSP Ramhan Nansel, said the fake naval officer, identified as Agbism Joseph Allu, is a native of Nasarawa Eggon but resides in Lafia. READ ALSO: (SHOCKING) Teenage girl on her way…

Read more

Troops rescue family of 3 from bandits along Zaria-Kano Road

Zaria-Kano Road

Gallant troops of the Nigerian Army have rescued three persons along Zaria-Kano Road This was confirmed in a press statement by Samuel Aruwan, the Commissioner,Ministry of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Kaduna State. According to Aruwan, the three persons were rescued by troops who were conducting patrols around Ungwan Namama, along the Zaria-Kano road. He said that the troops came in contact with migrating bandits in the area and engaged them, forcing them to abandon their three captives as they hastily escaped. The troops then rescued the victims, identified as…

Read more