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Convert Unoccupied Public Land To Ranches, Tinubu Advises Governors 
National leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former governor of Lagos State, Senator Bola Tinubu, on Saturday, broke his silence on the farmer-herder conflict and the growing violence in the country, calling for a government takeover of “unoccupied public land” and turning same into ranches for cattle…

Reps To Army Chief: Come Explain How Military Weapons Got To Bandits
The House of Representatives on Friday said the Chief of Army Staff, Major General Ibrahim Attahiru should appear
before it to explain how weapons bought for the Nigerian Army ended up in the hands of bandits. The House also on  Friday expressed grave concern over allegations made by the National Security Adviser…

Apprehension In Kano Over Foreign Camel Caravans
RESIDENTS of Rimin Zakara and Doraji Babba communities of Gwale and Ungogo Local Government areas of Kano state have since Wednesday been filled with apprehension and fear over the presence of foreign camel caravans in their neighbourhood. It was gathered that some residents of the communities on seeing the strange caravans decided to relocate their families for fear of the unknown. One Malam Muhammed Ibrahim…

Arms Procurement: Billions Spent, No Weapon Seen —NSA •No Money Is Missing, Weapons Being Delivered —Presidency •No money is missing, weapons being delivered —Presidency •NSA was quoted out of context —ONSA •Disclosure weighty, must be probed —PANDEF, Gani Adams
THE National Security A d v i s e r ( N S A ) , Babagana Monguno, said on Friday that billions were spent on procurement of weapons with the supplies not met on ground by the new service chiefs. Monguno said in a British Broadcasting  Corporation (BBC) Hausa Service interview that the new service chiefs did not meet weapons for which the money was  approved when they assumed…

Refer Buratai, Others To EFCC, Falana Tells Buhari
Leading rights lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana has asked that the alleged missing arms money under the leadership of the immediate service chiefs, be referred to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for investigation. In a short statement Friday night, the senior advocate of Nigeria, said a direct probe by President Muhammadu Buhari as promised by the office of the National Security Adviser, would be wasteful and diversionary…

How We Grabbed Wakili Before He Entered His Room Of Charms —OPC Members
Members of Oodua People’s Congress who arrested and handed over a Fulani man, popularly called Wakili, to the police have given graphic details of how the alleged kidnap kingpin was arrested by them. The OPC members, who were also initially detained with Wakili, over alleged arson and murder of a female member of Wakili’s household, before their release about 48 hours after, said that series…

What Led To Wakili’s Arrest, OPC Members Narrate
Members of Oodua People’s Congress who took a Fulani man, popularly called Wakili, to police station in Igboora, Oyo State, before the subsequent movement of all to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Iyaganku, Ibadan, have said that his arrest was as a result of his suspected involvement in the spate of robberies and abductions carried…

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