Bandits attack: Kastina villagers recounts bitter experience
For the people of Kadisau Village in Faskari Local Government Area of Katsina State, it was one attack too many as their community has again witnessed a deadly attack
Anti-banditry operations: NAF commissions new helipad at Katari village
In furtherance of its aggressive efforts to rid the North West and North Central States of armed banditry and other forms of criminality through timely employment...
Killings, kidnappings, banditry hold sway amid COVID-19 pandemic
As the world continues to bleed under the devastating pangs of the global coronavirus pandemic, Nigeria’s state of insecurity is still in bold red while kidnapping, banditry, and killings escalate amid weak security response.
How COVID-19, violence compound Northern governors’ woes
Assailed by a very huge human population and expansive landmass, there was no need second-guessing the fact that the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic would present...
Nexus between insecurity and children
A Nigerian northern monarch recently decried the growing numbers of children who are orphans in Northern Nigeria. He said that the increase in insecurity in Nigeria has significantly contributed to this trend
How illiteracy, ignorance of Islamic teachings fuel banditry, by Masari
Katsina State Governor Aminu Masari yesterday declared that illiteracy and ignorance of the teachings of Islam are major factors fuelling banditry and other crimes in the country.
Gowon, Mohammed seek forgiveness for Nigeria’s sins
Former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (rtd) has called for forgiveness over ‘national sins’ and the multifaceted problems confronting Nigeria.
Why South West governors have not endorsed Amotekun bill
Against expectations that the Southwest states governors would by yesterday endorse the Bill establishing Western Nigeria Security Network (WNSN), codenamed Operation Amotekun,
‘Peaceful protests by opposition parties are ingredients of democracy’
Mr. Osita Okechukwu, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Director-General of the Voice of Nigeria (VON), in this interview with ONYEDIKA AGBEDO, describes recent protests by opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)