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Bombshell: How Corrupt Brigadier General Clement Apere Deliberately Sends Soldiers to Die in the hands Of Boko-Haram




Written by a patriotic soldier at the warfront in North East.

The Presidency MUST hear this!

You know those (corrupt) generals and you cannot follow them up. The likes of Brigadier General Clement Apere of 707 Brigade Makurdi, commander of special forces brigade Headquarters. And now Texas Chukwu, the Army spokesperson, and new 7 div commander that always connived to set up soldiers and systematically give weapons to boko haram, where boko haram dislodged 800 troops and killed hundreds of them.

Brigadier General Clement Apere deployed 150 soldiers calling them Special Forces. These soldiers he never trained! He was given a lot of money to train soldiers outside the country, as part of the special forces training. He just gave them black uniforms, and told them that they are special forces, without any training. Now he has succeeded in killing those 150 again at Garshiga in Maiduguri about 4 days ago.

The army denied that these 150 SF soldiers were killed. They claimed that they are not aware that those troops have failed to come back again to Maiduguri because they just left the theatre on the 1st of july 2018.

The special forces barrack in Azare is nothing to write home about, where 15 soldiers are living in a single room. Some are even living in churches and mosques. Some are even living in their own tent, yet we are looking for corrupt senior military officers, when we already know who they are and where they are.

Let us stop deceiving ourselves in this country. Some people are above the law like those military Generals in Maiduguri and the North East generally. If you want to know the truth, ask people in Maiduguri. Go to special forces camp at Kashua Fara low cost and make enquiries.

Soldiers are tired, but they are afraid of arm forces act, that is the hand cuff they always use to threaten them with. Nigerian soldiers are nothing but slaves, while Nigeria army is a corrupt morden market for making millions and billions!

CUPS Remarks:

Fellow compatriots, the CUPS organisation is working nearly 24/7 with this brave patriotic whistleblower soldier, to collect all the evidences needed to bring Brigadier General Clement Apere to justice. Watch this space.

May God save Nigeria and Nigerians. Amen.

Dr. Idris Ahmed.

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ShopRite Set To Vacate Nigeria



ShopRite set to vacate Nigeria

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Shoprite, Lugbe expressway Abuja.
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South Africa retail giant, Shoprite, has announced the commencement of a formal process to discontinue its operation in Nigeria.

Shoprite Holdings Limited made the announcement on Monday in its operational and voluntary trading update for the year ended on June 28, 2020.
The multi-national retail group, which announced a 6.4 per cent increase (R156.9billion) in total sales of merchandise for the outgoing year despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, announced that it took the decision to discontinue its Nigeria operation “following approaches from various potential investors, and in line with our re-evaluation of the group’s operating model in Nigeria.”

“The Board has decided to initiate a formal process to consider the potential sale of all, or a majority stake, in Retail Supermarkets Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of Shoprite International Limited. As such, Retail Supermarkets Nigeria Limited may be classified as a discontinued operation when Shoprite reports its results for the year. Any further updates will be provided to the market at the appropriate time,” the report stated.

While the company’s total sales of merchandise may be on the rise, it is struggling outside South Africa. According to the report, the non-South Africa supermarket operation of the company, excluding Nigeria, contributed a paltry 11.6 per cent to the group sales. Its non-South Africa sales also declined by 1.4 per cent in the year under review. The company blamed this decline on the lockdown announced in several African countries due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Second half constant currency sales growth of 6.3% was significantly impacted by lockdown regulations across the 14 African countries in which we trade. Lockdown restrictions pertaining to store closures; social distancing; transport restrictions; the movement of people; trading hours; workforce limitations and trade in alcohol impacted various regions to differing degrees at different times.”

Shoprite opened its first store in Nigeria in December 2005 and now has a total of 26 stores across eight states in the country including Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. The company also claim to have employed more than 2,000 people in Nigeria, of which 99 per cent of them are Nigerians.

Shoprite also claimed to have built more relationships with over 300 Nigeria suppliers, small businesses and farmers.

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Release corpses of the 5 Executed Humanitarian Aid Workers INGO Forum tells Boko Haram



Release corpses of the 5 executed humanitarian aid workers. INGO Forum tells Boko Haram

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

The international Non Government Organisations (NGO) forum in Nigeria has demanded for the immediate released of the remains of the five aid workers executed by terrorists in Borno to their families and calls for the unconditional and immediate release of other two aid workers whose whereabouts remains unknown.

The INGO in a statement issued by the Senior Information Management Officer, Nigeria INGO Forum, Mr. Moshood Raimi, and made available to Newsmen in Maiduguri on Friday said, since the beginning of 2019, eight aid workers were executed following their abduction, while the whereabouts of two others remain unknown.

The forum, which strongly condemns the execution of he abducted staff of Action Against Hunger (AAH-ACF), ACTED/REACH, the International Rescue Committee (IRC), and an employee of the Borno State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), said that, the brutal act by the terrorists group is a blatant violation of international humanitarian law and amounts to a war crime as per United Nations Security Council Resolution 1502 of 2003.

“Our colleagues were abducted on June 1 and 8 by a non-state armed group on the road between Monguno and Maiduguri (Borno State) and were gruesomely executed by their captors despite calls for their release,” the statement added.

The INGO forum further explained that “the 5 sid workers had dedicated their lives to providing life-saving assistance to the millions of vulnerable people affected by a decade-long, protracted armed conflict in north-east Nigeria. We condemn, in totality, this atrocity, and stand in solidarity with their families and with ACF, ACTED, IRC and SEMA.”.

According to the Forum, “today, there are over ten million people in urgent need of humanitarian assistance as a result of the ongoing conflict in north-east Nigeria, yet INGOs that strive to deliver life-saving support are faced with an increasingly dangerous environment and have become direct targets.”

“This is unacceptable: aid workers are not a target. Attacks on aid workers result in the loss of life of those who dedicated their lives to support others, and deprive people of desperately needed assistance and access to basic services,” the forum further stressed.

The INGO said “We urge all parties to the conflict to abide by their obligation to provide safe, unhindered access of humanitarian actors to all the people in need of assistance, and to stop all barbaric acts targeting humanitarian workers. We also call on all parties to the conflict to fulfill their obligation of protecting civilians.” .


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Emergency Health & Nutrition Response Workers Appealed to FG, BOSG not to stop the projects & Also Pay them their outstanding 3 Months Allowances



Emergency Health and Nutrition Response workers appealed to FG, BOSG not stop the projects and also pay them their outstanding. 3 months allawances

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

A group under the umbrella of Emergency Health Workers in Borno state has appealed to the Federal Government and the Borno state government not to disengage them as they hsve been owing essential services to the Internally Dispaced  persons across the 27 local governments areas.

The group urged the Federal and the Borno state govermrnt to also pay them their outstanding three moonths allawance for the months of December, 2019 to February, 2020, the services they rendered to the vulnerable IDPs..

Addressing journalists at a Press briefing held at the NUJ Press Centre, Maiduguri on Saturday., the Chairman of the group, Pharm. Isaac Nsohs said ” we appeal to the Federal government and Borno state government to come to our aid of the IDps and to our members  and pay us our outstanding three months allowances, so that the projects will continue”

“We are, the adhoc staff engaged by the Federal government under the Health and Nutrition Emergency Response Project., a project under the auspices of the Federal ministry of Health in collaboration with the Borno state government to the Nutrition and Health challenges and emergencies occasioned as a result of the insurgency in Borno state. We are made up of 33 teams in which each team comprises of 10 members, that is 330 adhoc staff in all, and the range of our allawances between N350,000 and N80,000 base on the cadre”, he added.

The chairman said “We were angaged by the Federal government for a contract of one year starting from December, 2018 and expires in November, 2020. After the expiration, the Borno state goverment through its project manager and Director, Mr.. Babagana Shehu asked us to continue as they are planing to extend the project for additiinal 3 years, after 3 Months, they asked us to stop, as there was no funding for it and they asked us to submit all the workung tools in our possession which we did and they promised to pay us our outstanding allowances  but until this moment we have not been paid”

He further explained that ” we waited but no avail, we have written to the commissioner for health, the deputy governor and the governor through his chief of staff but still no avail, that was why we come to the press to let the governor know our plight. We know he is a listening Governor. He will help us because some of us have families and children.”

“We were disengaged in February this year, and it is now eight months without paying us our allowances. The Governor should also consider reengaging us as we were providing services to the Internally Displaced persons (IDPs) in all 27 local governments areas including Bama where I was serving the IDPs and host communities depend on our service. These set of vulnerable persons will suffer if the project not continued., because we have doctors, nurses, midwives, community health and extension workers, health records, laboratory scientists, nutritionists among other in each team”, Nsoha said.

” we also appealed to the Federal government to extend same project in other states and also probe the projects, as some time we were being paid through personal accounts”, the group added.




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