• Police Intercepts Truck Carrying Weapons And Supplies Allegedly Belonging To Shiites

    Police Intercepts Truck Carrying Weapons And Supplies Allegedly Belonging To Shiites

    Police have intercepted a truck in Kano carrying weapons and supplies allegedly belonging to members of the outlawed Islamic Movement of Nigeria popularly known as Shiites.

    Addressing a press conference on Friday, the spokesman for the Kano State Police Command, Mr Magaji Majia, said that the truck was coming from Potiskum in Yobe State and was said to be going to Zaria where the Shiites were marking the Arba’een ritual of the killing of Imam Hussain.

    “You can see the weapons made […]

  • Doctors Successfully Remove Pens, Spoons, Wood and Dangerous Weapons from a Woman’s Body (Graphic Photos)

    Doctors Successfully Remove Pens, Spoons, Wood and Dangerous Weapons from a Woman’s Body (Graphic Photos)

    Many have been left in serious shock after doctors successfully removed dangerous weapons and metals from a woman’s body.

      

    Doctors were left in shock after opening the stomach of a 43 years-old woman suffering psychic disorders, abdominal pain and vomiting for 10 days with a history of foreign body ingestion only to find nails, pens, spoon, woods, hair, metal chain and tooth brush.

    According to Meddy Bear who shared the photos, the rare condition is called “Metalbezoar”.

    Metal Bezoars are conglomerates of […]

  • ECOWAS Warns FG On Possibility Of Boko Haram, Militants Using Chemical Weapons

    ECOWAS Warns FG On Possibility Of Boko Haram, Militants Using Chemical Weapons

    It was gathered that the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has cautioned the federal government on the possibility of  Boko Haram and Niger-Delta militants using biological and chemical weapons .

    To prevent this,  the federal government is working with ECOWAS to halt the proliferation of such weapons by ensuring stricter control of the purchase and use of such weapons.

    Speaking at the  “International workshop on Assistance and Protection Against Chemical Weapons” organised by the National Authority on Chemical and Biological […]

  • Military kills pirates, recovers weapons, destroys refineries in Niger Delta

    Military kills pirates, recovers weapons, destroys refineries in Niger Delta

    According to reports, the Joint Task Force (JTF) deployed to root out suspected criminal hideouts in the riverine areas of Delta, Rivers and Cross River states has declared war on pirates, killing about seven suspects, recovering different ammunition and discovering large illegal refineries.

    In a release signed by the Deputy Coordinator, Joint Media Campaign Centre, Bayelsa State, Lieutenant Commander, Thomas Ogar Otunji, the task force also gave an account of the challenges they faced in tracking the suspected criminals in the […]

  • JTF kills 7 militants, recovers weapons in Niger Delta

    JTF kills 7 militants, recovers weapons in Niger Delta

    It was gathered that the Joint Military Task Force in the Niger Delta, Operation Delta Safe, on Wednesday said it had killed five suspected militants and two pirates in the last three days.

    Spokesman of the force, Lt.-Cdr. Thomas Osuji, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Yenagoa that the task force had also arrested three other suspects.

    Osuji said the arrest was made at Ikot Ene, Akpabuyo Local Government Area in Cross River.

    He said that the troops had also rescued […]

  • Read Why US Refuses To Sell Weapons To Nigeria

    Read Why US Refuses To Sell Weapons To Nigeria

    President Muhammadu Buhari, on Wednesday, July 22, said the US Leahy Law which prohibits the US Department of State and Department of Defence from providing military assistance to foreign military units that violate human rights with impunity “aided and abetted” the onslaught of the Boko Haram terrorists group in Nigeria.

    The law which is named after its principal sponsor, Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont was the main reason the US government refused to sell weapons to the Nigerian Army last year […]