President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday met Prince William as he wrapped up his three-day visit to the UK. Earlier, the president met Prime Minister Theresa May, attended a summit on Somalia and held interactive sessions with investors on trade, investment and security. He was accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta at the Buckingham Palace duringContinue reading “President Uluru of Kenya meets Prince William at the end of his 3 day”
Rukayya Hamza of Alkammawa area in the Sokoto North Local Government Area, Sokoto State, has told a lower sharia court that her husband, Ghazali Garba, failed to mark their children’s naming ceremonies with rams, and for this reason she seeks a divorce. Rukayya told the court, presided over by Faruk Ibrahim, that the husband onlyContinue reading “I want to divorce my Husband for not slaugthering rams for my children’s naming ceremony – Wife”
The World Health Organization (WHO) have confirmed the return of the deadly Ebola virus to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) after three years.
Two suicide bombers have attacked the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID), killing one security guard and leaving a soldier injured.
The British Military Advisory Train the Trainer Team, on Wednesday completed the training of 250 instructors of the Depot Nigerian Army, Zaria on combating contemporary security challenges. Mr. Haruna, a colonel, said the participants were trained on counter Improvise Explosive Device (IED), Basic Practice, Basics Life Saving, Fighting in Built-up Area, among others. Mr. Musa,Continue reading “British soldiers train Nigerian Army instructors”
Soldiers fighting Boko Haram insurgents in the North East have lamented in the poor state of their equipments and mass killing of their colleagues due to poor fire power and inadequate equipments to persecute the war against insurgents (Bokoharam). A soldier who pleaded anonymity lamented that contrary to claims by their superiors that there was laxity amongContinue reading “Nigerian soldiers lament poor equipment.”