COVID-19: Buratai won’t be available to receive guests at son’s wedding on Friday, says Army

The Nigerian Army on Thursday announced that the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, would not be able to personally attend to or receive guests during the wedding ceremony of his son, Hamisu Buratai, scheduled to hold on Friday, December 11. This may not be unconnected with the directive by the military authorities... Continue Reading →

Lagos panel lacks power to sanction Nigerian Army for shooting of #EndSARS protesters – Legal team

The legal team representing the Nigerian Army said on Monday, the Lagos State judicial panel of inquiry lacked the powers to impose sanctions or punish any soldier found guilty for shooting #EndSARS protesters last month. The leader of the team, Kehinde Akinlolu (SAN), stated this when he presented a seven-page report to the Chief of... Continue Reading →

Army general indicts Buratai over shooting of #EndSARS protesters at Lekki

More revelations have continued to emerge over the events that led to shooting of peaceful #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos on Tuesday October 20, 2020. Brig. Gen. Ahmed Taiwo, the Commander of 81 Military Intelligence Brigade, Victoria Island, has fingered the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, as the person... Continue Reading →

Impose Heavy Sanctions On Buhari, Top Officials Over Killing, Persecution Of #EndSARS Protesters, Adeyanju, Others Tell US Government

Some Nigerians have asked the United States Government to impose heavy sanctions on President Muhammadu Buhari and other top officials of his administration for carrying out rights violations against citizens. The calls follow the recent killing of many EndSARS protesters in Lagos and other parts of the country by security operatives and also the ongoing... Continue Reading →

UPDATED: Nigerian Army releases list of 86 wanted terrorists

The Nigerian Army, on Wednesday, released a list of 86 people wanted in connection with the act of terrorism. They were alleged to be members of the notorious Boko Haram sect. The latest release is the fourth to be issued by the military authorities, who have in the past been rolling out lists of wanted... Continue Reading →

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