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Late militant leader, Gana’s commander arrested

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One of the commanders of the late dreaded militant leader, Terwase Akwaza “Gana” has been arrested by soldiers.

 

Kamaor Fachii was arrested by the men of the Four Special Forces Command, Doma Local Government Area of Nasarawa at Katsina-Ala where he was said to be hiding at his girlfriend’s residence.

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Commander of Four Special Forces Command, Doma Moundhey Ali Gadzama revealed that Fachii is the 76th member of the gang to be apprehended by the military and also assured members of the public that the military will continue to be on the trail of other gang members until they are all arrested.

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Soldiers foil attack on IDPs’ convoy, kill terrorists

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An attack on a convoy of vehicles conveying Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from Maiduguri, Borno State capital to Baga town of the state has been foiled by troops of Nigerian Army.

 

Speaking during the weekly briefing on security operations at the Defence Headquarters in Abuja on Friday October 30, Coordinator of Defence Media Operations, Maj. Gen. John Enenche said some arms and ammunition were also recovered, while a cattle rustler/kidnapper was arrested at Takum Village in Takum Local Government Area of Taraba State.

 

Two kidnappers identified as Yahaya Mohammed and Juli Ardo were arrested at Zalau Village in Toro Local Government and Lariki Village in Kirfi Local Government Area, all in Bauchi State.

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Eneche who also disclosed troops of Operation Wutar Tabki conducted several air operations resulting in scores of devastating hits on terrorists’ hideouts at Ngosike village, a settlement in the fringes of the Sambisa Forest used by terrorists as a staging area, added that security forces have arrested 13 suspected bandits’ collaborators at Tangaza town in Sokoto State, while troops of Operation Safe Haven, acting on credible intelligence raided suspected cultists at Federal Low-cost area in Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State.

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Troops of Operation Hadarin Daji in conjunction with the Nigeria Police Katsina State Command acting on credible intelligence, successfully repelled coordinated attack by bandits on revenge mission on Tsakiya Village of Safana Local Government Area of Katsina State.

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Speaking further, Eneche disclosed that troops of 19 Battalion immobilised an illegal oil depot at Oghara in Ethiope West Local Government Area of Delta State.

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He also said;

 

“Additionally, still on 24 October 2020, troops of 117 Battalion, in conjunction with local vigilantes, arrested a bandit, Ibrahim also known as “Yellow”, at Mararaba Udege in Nasarawa Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

“Additionally, troops of operation Delta Safe, in conjunction with vigilantes, acting on credible intelligence on 23 October 2020, arrested one suspected gunrunner with one AK 47 rifle and 2 magazines loaded with 7.62mm special ammunition around Road Elele-Owerri in Rivers State.”

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Hoodlums killed police inspector and cut off his manhood – Ebonyi State Commissioner of Police

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The Ebonyi State Commissioner of Police, Philip Maku, has disclosed how suspected hoodlums brutally murdered a police inspector, Egu Omini and cut off his manhood.

 

It will be recalled that hoodlums on Monday, October 26, attacked and burnt down the Central Police Station in Abakaliki. The irate mob also reportedly destroyed and set ablaze cars, tricycles and motorcycles parked in the compound

 

Maku, who disclosed this on Thursday October 29, in a statement issued by the spokesperson of the command, Loveth Odah, said the hoodlums also snatched inspector Omini’s  AK-47 rifle after attacking a police station.

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According to the commissioner, the hoodlums regrouped in their large numbers on Monday and reinvaded the Central Police Station, Abakaliki, for the second time, setting the station ablaze including police patrol vehicles.

the statement read.

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“Exhibit vehicles, tricycles/motorcycles and other police property seen within the station were burnt; they shot sporadically at the policemen, and as a result gruesomely murdered Insp. Egu Omini, cut off his private part and snatched his AK-47 riffle,”

“On October 21, the first of the protest in the state, two policemen, Paul Akpu and PC Ali Samson sustained bullet injuries and two days later one of the victims, Akpu died while on admission at Alex-Ekwueme Federal Teaching Hospital Abakaliki.

“The hoodlums proceeded to B Division KpiriKpiri/C Division Ekumenyi (Eke-Abe Police Station) and set the two stations on fire, after looting exhibit motorcycles, Plasma TVs, Fans and other valuables from the exhibit rooms.

“On Wednesday 28/10/2020 at about 4am, the hoodlums again stormed Ezza North Divisional Headquarters, vandalized the building, burnt two vehicles and Exhibit motorcycles. They shot and wounded One Insp. Okewu Sunday and snatched his AK-47 rifle. The victim is currently receiving treatment in the hospital,” the statement said.

 

“Exhibit vehicles, tricycles/motorcycles and other police property seen within the station were burnt; they shot sporadically at the Policemen, and as a result gruesomely murdered Insp. Egu Omini, cut off his private part and snatched his AK-47 riffle. Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/10/b-i-z-a-r-r-e-hoodlums-kill-police-inspector-cut-off-manhood-in-ebonyi/

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Three telecom mast vandals nabbed in Akwa Ibom

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The Joint security taskforce stationed along Ikot Abasi/Portharcourt Expressway  on Thursday, October 29, arrested three members of a syndicate, who specialized in vandalizing telecommunication masts in Ikot Abasi Local Government Area of the state and its environs.

 

The three hoodlums were nabbed at Ikot Okot, a village along Ikot Abasi /Oruk Anam road after they knocked down a woman on top of a motorcycle while trying to escape to Port Harcourt.

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Three telecom mast vandals nabbed in Akwa Ibom

 

It was gathered that the suspects earlier this year, allegedly vandalized the Airtel mast at Ikpetim village in Ikot Abasi and killed someone in the process. Reports also have it that same syndicate had allegedly vandalized another mast at Ikot Okpotinua, in Ikot abasi few days ago.

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However, luck ran out of them today as they attempted to steal some gadgets again along Ete/Oruk Anam Road.

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The security personnel are still quizzing them to name other members of their gang who are still at large.

 

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