Boko Haram: UN issues warning on areas freed from sect

UN Deputy Secretary-General, Ms Amina Mohammed has said the areas of Lake Chad Basin that have been freed from the grip of Boko Haram must be manned by security operative. Mohammed, in an address to the Security Council yesterday, also called for efforts to rebuild the lives of women and girls that had suffered in

‘Places reclaimed from Boko Haram must be stabilised’

UN Deputy Secretary-General, Ms Amina Mohammed, said it was critical to shore up areas of Lake Chad Basin that have been freed from the grip of Boko Haram terrorists. Mohammed, in a video address to the Security Council, also called for efforts to rebuild the lives of women and girls that had suffered at the

Boko Haram leader surrenders

A top leader of the Boko Haram sect has surrendered to Nigerian troops in the ongoing military operation in North east. Brigadier General Texas Chukwu, Director Army Public Relations, made the announcement in a statement on Thursday. He said that the person who gave up is one of the Shekau’s Amirs in Malumri village under

Dapchi : Dangerous example of how to help Boko Haram

It’s like a tale from fish-wifery told by moonlight: how Boko Haram entered a Nigerian town as villains, kidnapped dozens of schoolgirls, and 32 days later returned them to the same town as heroes with flags. A girl released by Boko Haram walks with her father (L) in Dapchi on March 21, 2018.Boko Haram Islamists

“FG Did Not Pay Us Any Ransom” – Boko Haram

Boko Haram has released a short statement about the Dapchi schoolgirls that were abducted a few weeks back. According to the terrorists, they did not collect ransom form the Federal government as opposed to the rumors neither did they r*pe any of the girls. Read their statement below; Post Views: 12 Share this: informationng

What Boko Haram Told Us At Girls’ Release – Dapchi Resident

  The Dapchi residents waving at the terrorists Boko Haram has released more than 100 of the schoolgirls it abducted last month, returning them to their village in north-east Nigeria. Waving the black and white flag used by the Islamic State and wearing balaclavas, military fatigues and ammunition belts, members of the group released most

Dapchi: Okorocha reacts to release of schoolgirls by Boko Haram

The Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, has reacted to the return of 104 Dapchi schoolgirls. The girls were released by Boko Haram barely 30 days after their abduction. Okorocha pointed out that President Muhammadu Buhari has displayed strong political wil, adding that how a leader responds to situations goes a long way to show

FG Did Not Pay Us Any Ransom – Boko Haram On Released Dapchi Girls

A Dapchi school girl released yesterday Boko Haram terrorists have revealed that they didn’t collect any ransom money from the Federal Government for the release of over 100 girls they kidnapped last month. According to a BBC correspondent, Stephanie Hegarty, the released girls while speaking on what the terrorists told them after they were freed

Boko Haram: Police takes explosive training school to Borno

The Nigeria Police would set up an Explosive Ordinance (EOD) training school in Borno to check indiscriminate Improvised Explosive Device attacks by Boko Haram insurgents. IEDs recover at the factory in Kaler. Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Idris made known on Thursday during an interactive session with officers and men of the Borno Police Command

Divergent views trail video of Dapchi residents welcoming Boko Haram [VIDEO]

Boko Haram on Wednesday freed dozens of abducted Dapchi school students. The fully armed sect members who returned the girls moved into the town in a number of vehicles. The school girls, numbering about 105 were released on Wednesday morning.  The Defence Headquarters denied the Military’s involvement in the negotiations leading to the release of

How Five Girls Died In Boko Haram Custody – Freed Dapchi Schoolgirl

One of the abducted Dapchi schoolgirls who secured freedom on Wednesday has narrated how five of them died of heart attack while in custody of Boko Haram insurgents. Khadija Grema narrated her ordeal in the hands of the insurgents to Channels Television correspondent in Yobe State who caught up with her in Jumbam town where

PHOTONEWS: Dapchi residents wave as Boko Haram convoy leaves town

Boko Haram members on Wednesday freed dozens of abducted Dapchi school students. The fully armed sect members who returned the girls moved into the town in a number of vehicles. A photo showing the convoy leave the community has emerged. Residents can be seen waving at the insurgents who covered their faces. Boko Haram had

What Boko Haram told schoolgirls after dropping them in Dapchi

Boko Haram members who escorted the ​abducted​ schoolgirls ​back to Dapchi spent 20 minutes preaching ​to them​ before leaving. Witnesses ​revealed that the insurgents stormed the town early Wednesday mornin​g. They added that those who came did not harm or harass anybody. ​Speaking on events that surrounded the release, an international rescue worker told D​aily

Dapchi: UN reacts to release of school girls by Boko Haram

UN Secretary-General, António Guteres has welcomed the release of most of the Dapchi school girls abducted the by Boko Haram terrorists. The Secretary-General, in a statement issued in New York, called on the Federal Government to bring the abductors of the schoolgirls to justice. Guterres welcomed “the safe return today of most of the 110

PDP Reacts To Release Of Dapchi School Girls By Boko Haram

PDP The Peoples Democratic Party has reacted to the release of about 101 Dapchi school girls reportedly kidnapped by Boko Haram members in Yobe state. Reacting through its National Publicity Secretry, Kola Ologbondiyan on Wednesday, the party accused the Federal Government of staging the abduction and release of the girls. Read the full statement below:

Dapchi: Mama Boko Haram speaks on release of schoolgirls

A human right activist, Mrs Aisha Wakil, on Wednesday expressed joy over the release of the Dapchi school girls from Boko Haram captivity. DAILY POST reported earlier that 105 of the abducted schoolgirls have been released by their abductors with 5 of them reportedly dead. Wakil, popularly called “Mama Boko Haram”, who appeared highly elated,

Dapchi schoolgirls: Fani Kayode reveals owner of Boko Haram

Femi Fani-Kayode, former Minister of Aviation, has revealed the alleged owner of Boko Haram insurgents group. The former minister on Wednesday said President Muhammadu Buhari is allegedly the owner of Boko Haram, adding that the release of Dapchi girls is a scam. This is coming at a time when different reactions have trailed the return

Mama Boko Haram Reacts To The Release Of Dapchi School Girls

Aisha Wkil aka Mama Boko Haram Human right activist, Mrs Aisha Wakil has expressed joy over the release of the Dapchi school girls from Boko Haram captivity on Wednesday. The Federal Government announced the release of the girls abducted by the insurgents at Government Science and Technical School, Dapchi on February 19. The insurgents transported

Boko Haram releases 76 abducted schoolgirls

Boko Haram jihadists have released 76 of the 110 schoolgirls who were abducted from the northeastern town of Dapchi in February, the government said in a statement on Wednesday. Information Minister Lai Mohammed said “the 76 are those who have been documented”, adding that the release of the abducted students “is ongoing”. The schoolgirls were

Dapchi girls: Why Boko Haram refused to release my daughter – Father

Following the release of the kidnapped Dapchi schoolgirls by Boko Haram terrorists , a father of one of the abducted girls, Sheribu Nata, has disclosed that his daughter, Leah Sheribu was not released by Boko Haram terrorists because she refused to abandon her Christian faith for Islam. Nata, in an interview on RayPowers’ political platform