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Gov. Buni, IGP & EFCC Boss commission security vehicles in Yobe

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Gov Buni, IGP & EFCC Boss Magu commission Security Vehicles in Yobe

By Daily Hint Damaturu

His Excellency, Mai Mala Buni the executive Governor of Yobe state, the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Chairman, Ibrahim Magu have on Monday Commissioned security operational Vehicles donated by Yobe State Government to enhance security of lives and properties of the citizens.

In his address at the commissioning of the 30 Toyota Hilux cars, Yobe State Governor Maimala Buni said that the officers and men of the Nigerian Police and other security agencies are making huge sacrifices on behalf of peace and security in our state and our nation.
“They continue to work so hard so that we could sleep with our eyes closed. And in moments of disaster or emergency, they are always the first to rush to the scene, working to save lives.”
“The people of Yobe State are therefore the better for all the work that our uniformed men and women are doing on our behalf”.
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“I  want to thank the Inspector-General, Muhammad Abubakar Adamu for your visit today and for the leadership that you provide for the Nigerian Police.  Under your leadership, the police have remained ever committed to the maintenance of law and order, crime detection and prevention, and the protection of people’s lives and property”.
He observed that the even with the improvement in security across the state, there is still so much work to be done.
“As we all know, insurgents still periodically infiltrate from neighbouring states to carry out attacks against our people. Other criminals also commit other forms of crime, including armed robbery and cattle rustling”.
“As  we move to a post-insurgency era, we also face emergent and continuing security challenges, such as incidences of rape, kidnapping, homicide, and conflict between farmers and pastoralists”.
“It is clear – we cannot make meaningful socio-economic progress while these security challenges persist. We have to confront them”.
“It is for this reason that we thought it was necessary to work together with the Nigerian Police to set up a rapid response squad that could deploy anywhere in the state to tackle these challenges and threats”.
“We are naming this rapid response squad as ‘Haba Maza Squad’.
“We know that the officers and men of the Nigerian Police and other security agencies are gallant men and women who are working so hard. Haba Maza is a mantra that charges them to surge forward and to go after criminals relentlessly. Haba Maza is saying that the gallant officers and men would not allow any breathing space for criminals anywhere in our state”.
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To achieve the overall objective of ensuring peace and security across the state, the Governor also said “the Yobe State Government will today provide a total of 30 Toyota Hilux vehicles procured at the cost of N720 million to the Nigerian Police and other security agencies”.
“Many  of you would recall that over the last seven years, the state government has procured and donated over 400 vehicles as logistics support to the Nigerian Army, Nigerian Police, and other security agencies.  The 17 Local Government Councils in the state have also been very helpful to them on a regular basis”.

He called on the Inspector General of Police to establish more police outposts in the state and deploy more officers and men to further enhance security and the maintenance of law and order.
He noted that the Police in Yobe State also need more barracks, information and communication equipment, and other forms of operational support.  I hope that under your leadership, the capacity of the police in the state would be further strengthened to enable them to perform their duties well.
“Let me also request the Inspector General to kindly give special consideration to Yobe

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Nigerian Army General Court Martial Dismisses and Sentenced a Soldier to 5 Years Imprisonment For Defiling 13 year Old Girl

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Nigerian Army General Court Martial dismisses and sentences a soldier to 5 years imprisonment for defiling 13 year old girl

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

The 7 Division of the Nigerian Army General Court Marital has dismissed and sentenced, Corporal Aliyu Yakubu to 5 years imprisonment for defiling and assaulting a 13 years old teenager, Inna Fatima Modu of Gomari ward of Bama, town of Bama local area of Borno state, who is now 15 year.

The accused person Corporal Aliyu Yakubu who spent 11 years in service was arraigned before the 7 Division General Court Martial on 13 July , 2020 for two court charges of defiling and assault .

The accused, Corporal Aliyu Yakubu was said to have on 1st July, 2018 in the early morning saw a 13 year old Inna Modu who was coming back from her sister’s house and dragged her to an uncompleted building near Bama Prison where he beat her and forcefully had canal knowledge of her, while she was shouting, he removed her veil and cover her mouth, smashed her head to wall and hit her head with broken blocks untill she became unconscious.

While delivering his judgement at the Officers Mess of Maimlari cantonment, Maiduguri on Wednesday, the President of court, Brigadier General, Arikpo Ekubi said ” this General court Martial is hereby sentenced you, Corporal Aliyu Yakubu with service Ba)2009/63/263 as follows,, court 1;, 5 years imprisonment, court 2 dismissal from service .This sentenced is subject confirmation of higher military authority. This case is hereby closed.”

” This court has found your action as betrayal to the trust and confidence entrust on you by the Nigerian Atmy to ensure dignity and respect of those you are emoloyed to protect. by defilling and assaulting her. Your action is capable of denting the image of Nigerian Army, he added.

Earlier in his summary at the court, the Judge Advocate, Captain Aminu Mairuwa said ” Corporal Aliyu Yakubu with service NA)2009/63/263 was arraigned before this honourable Court on 13 July 2929 for defiling and assaulting a 13 year old girl of Gomari area of Bana town on 1st July 2918″.

” The accused denied the two court charges arguing that on the said date he was in Maiduguri on a referral treatment to the Army Hospital Maiduguri and that he was referred in 30th, June 2018 as he went to the motor park to and wait for a vehicle but could not get a vehicle and had to wait for the next day to travel and was able to see a doctor on 2nd July, 2018, After examination and cross examination by both defense and prosecuting counsels he was found guilty of the charges”,he said.

The defense counsel, Barrister, Babagana Zannah while pleading with the court asked the court to consider the 11 year service to the Army, his family background and as first offender temper justice with mercy.

He said “right from the beginning of trail, my client denied the charges. We are going to appeal the case’.

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Buratai Inspects Project At Army Camp Ngamdu

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Buratai inspects project at Army Camp Ngamdu.

By Baba Saleh Damaturu

The Chief of Army Staff
Lt Gen Tukur Yusuf Buratai has Saturday inspected ongoing projects and facilities at Ngamdu army super camp.

Buratai said the visit was part of his continuation operational tour to the north east theater of Operation.

The Army chief was at Ngamdu today the 26 of September 2020, where he inspected ongoing construction and renovation projects as well as facilities in the camp.

He equally used the opportunity to assess the overall operational readiness of the camp.

“The Chief of Army staff was accompanied by the Chief of Training and Operations Army Maj Gen Nuhu Angbazo, the Theatre Commander Operation LAFIYA DOLE Maj Gen Faruk Yahaiya, Chief of Military Intelligence Maj Gen SA Adebayo, Acting Provost Marshall Army Brig Gen Hussain Ahmed and Commander Sector 2 Operation LAFIYA DOLE Brig Gen OO Oluyede among other senior army officers”

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Again ISWAP/Boko Haram Kidnapped Site Engineer, A Carpenter along Maiduguri, Damasak Road

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Again ISWAP,/Boko Haram kidnapped site Engineer, A Carpenter along Maiduguri, Damasak Road

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

Again, members of the Islamic State for West African Province (ISWAP), Boko Haram fighters have again abducted two workers along Maiduguri-Damasak road, on their way to Damasak to construct shelter for the Nigerian refugees returning from Diffa province in Niger Republic back to their ancestral homes.

The two abductees in a separate video clips released by the insurgents, appealed to the Borno state Governor, Professor, Babagana Zulum and the state Commissioner for Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (RRR), Engineer, Mustapha Gubio to come to their rescue.

“My name is lawan modu karsami
I worked with Nganzai LGA, I am a project Engineer attached to construction site of Shelter in Damasak, the project for Nigerian refugees returning back to Damasak. We were captured by the Khailafa army and we are now in hostage with them”, Modu Karsami said.

He appealed to the commissioner for RRR, Engr Mustapha Gubio and Governor Babagana Umara Zulum to cometheir rescue

Also speaking Ibrahim Musa while appealing to the government to come to his rescue said ” I am Ibrahim Musa a carpenter, we were captured by the Army of Khaliffa along Maiduguri-Damasak road on our way to Damasak to construct a shelter to the returning IDPs. “

” I appeal to the Borno state Governor, Professor Babagana Zulum and the commissioner of RRR to come to our rescue”, he added.

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