Soldiers Search UN House In Maiduguri For Smuggled Arms

Soldiers battling the dreaded Boko Haram Sect on Friday,  invaded a United Nations building, popularly known as Red Roof to search for arms that were allegedly smuggled into the building by UN officials, Premium Times has reported

The building was acquired by the UN which currently uses it as a hostel for its personnel. Red Roof was a property of a former governor of Borno State, late Mala Kachalla.

Sources familiar with the incident said the soldiers arrived the Red Roof building in dozens at about 2 a.m., when they immediately secured all routes leading to the building.

A personnel of UN who witnessed the incident said the soldiers said they acted base on an information made available to them by the SSS that they observed sinister movement going on within the expansive property that was fenced with high walls.

The source, who pleaded anonymity because he was not permitted to speak to the media, informed PREMIUM TIMES that the incident has since promoted the UN to suspend its humanitarian activities in the state.

“The soldiers came at about 2 a.m. and surrounded the entire area around the UN building. And at about 3 a.m., they demanded that they wanted to go into the building to search for arms.

“But the UN officials denied them access insisting that it was against their policy to allow armed soldiers invade their offices or buildings, especially at such odd hours of the night.”

The soldiers, who were led by one colonel said they got information from the SSS that arms were being ferried into the buildings in large wooden containers.

“We all know there was nothing like that because the containers that they were referring to were building materials which the UN is using to upgrade or build some structures sitting the acquired property. Presently the property serves as a place of accomodation for all the UN humanitarian workers in Maiduguri.

“When the soldiers wanted to force their way into the property, the security men had to lock the gate.”

The source the soldiers and the UN security personnel argued for hours until about 7 a.m.when they finally allowed them in.

“They searched the entire building and found nothing”, said the source.

“The soldiers later withdrew from the area at about 7.45 a.m.”

The search of the UN building happened a day after rumours went wild on social media that the Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, was being housed in the said building.

PREMIUM TIMES arrived the scene of the incident at about 7.45 a.m. only to catch the glimpse of the soldiers leaving the premises of the UN building.

A civil society leader in Borno State, Ahmed Shehu, was also at the scene of the incident at the time PREMIUM TIMES arrived the Red Roof.

He said the civil society would investigate what led to such hostile disposition of soldiers towards the UN.

“We got the information late last night that this place has been surrounded by soldiers, that is why we are here,” he said.

“But whatever may be the soldiers reason, the invasion was not a good indicator for security. Already, people are agitated and are even bearing wrong perception about the humanitarian workers here. This could embolden the IDPs who see the humanitarian workers as their enemies.

“It is even sad to hear that all UN flights coming into Maiduri have been cancelled for today; though it has not been confirmed.”

He said civil society networks will meet with the UN officials and probably come up with a statement later.

Attempts to get across to the spokesperson of the military command and control centre in Borno, Onyema Okechukwu, wasn’t successful as his phone was switched off.

One of the media officials of the UN in Maiduguri, Rabiu Musa, was contacted on phone to confirm the incident. But he said he could not immediately comment on the issue because he was out of town.

He promised to revert as soon as he becomes acquianted with what actually happened.

Premium Times

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Soldiers Seal Jonathan’s Cousin’s Construction Site Over Alleged Security Breach

armed soldiers, yesterday, sealed the construction site of   Kakarta Civil Engineering Limited for sharing a boundary with the Lungui Barracks of the Nigerian Army on the Kubwa/Asokoro Expressway, Abuja.

It was gathered that the site owned by Azibaola Robert, cousin to former President Goodluck Jonathan was allocated to him by the last administration.

The company is providing engineering infrastructure for the Maitama Extension District in Abuja.

It was gathered that the army is uncomfortable with the site sitting so close to the Lungui Barracks.

The army is said to be particularly worried by the blasting of rocks and crushing of granite near the barracks, claiming that terror sect Boko Haram could take advantage of the site to attack the barracks.

Sources said that the administration of ex-President Jonathan ignored the fears raised by the army prior to the allocation of the land to the company and proceeded to give the go ahead following a strong recommendation from the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA).

The new official residences of the Senate President and some principal officers of the National Assembly as well as other highly-placed Nigerians are located in the affected Maitama Extension District in Abuja.

The site is being used as a base for the coordination of the provision of services for the owners of plots in the District.

Soldiers who were drafted to the site at about 8pm on Friday, sealed off the site yesterday, preventing workers from entering the construction site.

The soldiers said they were “acting on orders from above.”

A top military source said: “The truth is that the site was actually annexed from the land belonging to the Nigerian Army in violation of the FCT Master Plan.

“Lungi Barracks is just part of plans for military use of the land. Despite the fact that it is a military zone, the land was allocated to some bigwigs including Azibaola’s company (Kakarta Civil Engineering Limited).

“If you ask the management of the construction company, they will tell you that there had been issues on the site from the onset.

“For political reasons, the Jonathan administration approved that the site be converted from military use to other purposes.

“If you go to the site, you will see that it has grave security implications for Lungi Barracks. Each time there is a blast, it affects the military.

“The incessant blasting of rocks had forced soldiers to mobilise many times as if enemies were around.”

It was not clear on whose instruction the soldiers took over the site at press time.

One of the site workers, Mr. Maxwell Udom, alleged that no eviction notice was served on Kakarta Civil Engineering Limited.

Udom said:”We closed from work yesterday (Friday) peacefully. We came to work on Saturday to continue with our previous job only to see that the site had been invaded by armed military men.

“Their leader refused to explain what brought them here. He only warned us not to come close to the gate in our interest. We have no option than to obey the order. As I speak, we are confused on what led to this action.”

The Public Affairs Manager of Kakarta Civil Engineering Limited! Mr. Austin Ekeinde, admitted that the site was under soldiers’ siege.

He said: “I can confirm to you that armed military men have suddenly taken over our site in Maitama and we have asked our workers to go back to their respective homes till further notice, while we try to get clarification from the military on their provocative action.

“This action has led to huge losses as even asphalt we cooked overnight for laying this morning has been allowed to cake and waste.”


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Recruiting Soldiers For Peaceful Biafra By Akeem Lasisi

Chido Onumah’s We are all Biafrans brings a fresh perspective to the national question.

In book business, there is definitely something in a name. Once a book passes the test of a title that is not just catchy but also grand, the writer has scored a high point.

With We are All Biafrans, Chido Onumah can lead the class in this respect. The title bears a compelling force and creative mischief that could make even the worst enemy of Biafra want to read it.

But the beauty of the book is the surprise that awaits the reader in terms of its true contents. Instead of being one dangerous argument to convince every reader that he has the Biafran blood in him or that he should be ready to carry arms, it is a collection of essays largely on current national issues, all directly or indirectly establishing why Nigeria needs to politically reinvent itself. It is a collection of the articles that Onumah published in newspapers between 2013 and 2015.

In all the pages, he screams for socio-political justice. The reader will thus have no problem deciding where the writer stands. What some of them who have flair for reading about other areas of life may mildly grumble about is the author’s decision not to include non-political essays. Is it that he did not publish any essay on soft areas during the period captured or he does not engage in this at all? Whatever the situation is, ventilating the book with stuffs on culture, gender and travel would have further enriched it.

But this does not in any way reduce from the importance of the work. We are all Biafrans does not only smartly market the Biafran question. Onumah’s perspective to it is broad and it hammers on what many consider to be the only viable option for the survival of Nigeria in terms of the need to engage in a fundamental dialogue. Although the conference advocated by Onumah is the sovereign type, it is surely not too difficult to see that the country needs something like this since a house built on sand of circumstances and corruption cannot stand forever.

The book opens with a prologue, ‘Settling accounts with Biafra’, an article by seasoned critic and writer, Edwin Madunagu. Onumah uses the piece first published by The GUARDIAN in 200 to wet the ground for the arguments he advances on various national issues, especially as it affects the controversial Biafra phenomenon. Madunagu believes that events have overtaken a replay of the stubborn war, but he opines that some cleansing still needs to be done in terms of what provoked it.

In the title article, “We are all Biafrans”, Onumah reinvents this idea by urging Nigeria to honestly deal with the Biafran ghost. According to him,  a major mistake that many people are making is seeing the Biafran agitation as an Igbo affair. He notes on Page 162, “I don’t think there is anything immoral or criminal for Nigerians – from East, West, North or South – who feel justifiably aggrieved or oppressed in a federation to seek to address such grievances or oppression. While the current agitation by Nnamdi Kanu and his Indigenous People of Biafra movement to wage war against Nigeria can’t be the solution, it affords us the opportunity to, once again, interrogate Nigeria, And it is simply because we have refused to do so that Kanu and others like him across the country have thrived over the years.”

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Soldiers Declared Missing At Battle Front With Boko Haram Found – Army

Please recall that some of our troops were missing in action after an ambush at Guro Gongon on 20th July 2016.

Consequently, concerted efforts were initiated to search for and rescue them. The measures include the use of air assets, Special Forces and patrols.

We wish to inform you that the search party has this morning found 5 more officers and soldiers that were declared missing in action, including the unit’s Commanding Officer.

Although they are in a stable condition, have been moved to our Medical facilities for medical care.

Thank you.

Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman
Acting Director Army Public Relations

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Turkish President Appears In Istanbul To Denounce Coup As Rebel Soldiers Surrender

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has flown in to Istanbul, after an army group said it took over the country.

He was seen surrounded by cheering supporters, saying in a live TV speech that the coup attempt was an “act of treason” and the army must be cleansed.

Sixty people died during overnight clashes, many of them civilians, and 754 soldiers were arrested, officials said.

Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said the situation was largely under control.

He has ordered the military to shoot down aircraft being used by coup plotters.

Earlier, one of the helicopters being flown by forces involved in the coup attempt was shot down over the capital Ankara.

Hulusi Akar, are still unknown. He is reported to have been taken hostage by rebel soldiers.

Gen Umit Dundar, commander of the 1st Army, has been appointed acting chief of staff.

Sporadic gunfire is still reported in major cities.

Reports also say rebel soldiers in some areas have been surrendering their weapons to police loyal to Mr Erdogan.

The surrender of one unit of 60 soldiers, who had taken control of one of the Bosphorus bridges in Istanbul, was shown live on TV on Saturday morning.

Istanbul’s main Ataturk airport is now under army control, and flights – which had been interrupted for some hours – were due to resume from 06:00 (03:00 GMT).

In a statement, the Turkish foreign ministry said the coup attempt “was foiled by the Turkish people in unity and solidarity. Our president and government are in charge”.

“Turkish Armed Forces was not involved in the coup attempt in its entirety. It was conducted by a clique within the armed forces and received a well-deserved response from our nation.”

It is unclear who is leading the coup faction or how much support it enjoys.

The group earlier declared that a “peace council” now ran the country and there was a curfew and martial law.

Soldiers were seen at strategic points in Istanbul, with jets flying low in Ankara.

Two large explosion were also heard near Istanbul’s central Taksim Square.

There were also reports of blasts at parliament building in Ankara. MPs were believed to be hiding in shelters.

Broadcaster CNN Turk was reportedly taken over by soldiers, and its live broadcast was cut.

In Washington, US President Barack Obama urged all parties in Turkey to support the “democratically elected government”.

Nato called for “full respect” for Turkey’s democratic institutions.

European Council President Donald Tusk said the country was “a key partner for the European Union”.

“We call for a swift return to Turkey’s constitutional order,” he added.

Speaking in Istanbul in the early hours on Saturday, President Erdogan promised to clean up the army.

“Those who drive around in tanks will have to go back to where they came from,” he said.

He also dismissed the coup leaders as “terrorists”.

Mr Erdogan earlier told CNN Turk by mobile phone the action was by a “parallel structure” that would bring the necessary response. He has used this term in the past to refer to Fethullah Gulen, a US-based Muslim cleric he accuses of fomenting unrest.

However, in a statement, Mr Gulen rejected any suggestion he had links to the events.

“I condemn, in the strongest terms, the attempted military coup in Turkey,” he said.

Mr Erdogan had called on people to take to the streets to oppose the uprising.

He said: “I urge the Turkish people to convene at public squares and airports. I never believed in a power higher than the power of the people.”

The president said he had returned to Istanbul from the holiday resort of Marmaris in the south-west of the country. He said the town was later bombed.

Defying the announced curfew, a number of Erdogan supporters turned out on Taksim Square in Istanbul late on Friday.

There were reports of clashes there, with some on Twitter saying that gunfire had been heard near the square.

After the military takeover was announced, a statement from the group was read out on national broadcaster TRT. It said that the democratic and secular rule of law had been eroded by the current government. There would be new constitution, it said.

Mr Yildirim told NTV by telephone: “There was an illegal act by a group within the military that was acting out of the chain of military command. Our people should know that we will not allow any activity that would harm democracy.”

Traffic was stopped from crossing both the Bosphorus and Fatih Sultan Mehmet bridges in Istanbul.

Gunfire was also heard outside Istanbul police HQ and tanks were said to be stationed outside Istanbul airport.


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Rivers Rerun Election: 7 killed As Soldiers Arrest SSG, Wike’s Aide

No less than 7 persons were left dead yesterday following the conduct of the national and State legislative re-run elections in Rivers State.

The deaths occurred at Abalama in Asari Toru Local Government Area,Eleme in Eleme LGA,Nonwa in Tai LGA and Ogboloko in Abua/Odual LGA.

The identities of the victims could not be immediately verified although sources said that a man killed in Abalama was an immigration officer serving in the state.

He was allegedly killed by unknown gunmen.

Four people were killed at Eleme and one each in Tai and Ogboloko.

Security operatives arrested eight persons in Khana LGA of the state for alleged electoral violence and for parading themselves as policemen.

Among those arrested is the Secretary to the Rivers State government, Mr. Kenneth Kobani for his alleged involvement in stalling the distribution of electoral materials in yesterday’s rerun election in the state.

Also arrested yesterday for alleged involvement in electoral fraud were the chairman, caretaker committee of Obio/Akpor local government area of the state, Mr. Bright Amaewhule and the Special Adviser to the governor on Special Projects, Cyril Sum Wite.

Kobani was arrested after he allegedly stormed a RAC centre in his area, having gathered that the original result sheets for the election had been carted away.


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Rivers Rerun Election: Military Arrest Fake Soldiers

As the Rivers State rerun elections gets under, the Nigerian military on Saturday arrested three fake soldiers who have been operating in the state.

The fake military boys who were earlier reported to be riding on
motor bikes around INEC office in Bori.

They met their their Waterloo after terrorising residents in Ogoni where they were apprehended by men of the Nigerian Army.

Details later…

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Amnesty International Accuses FG Of Obstructing Justice For 640 Boko Haram Detainees Murdered By Soldiers

Global rights group, Amnesty International (AI) has accused the Federal Government of withholding justice for the 640 detainees slaughtered by soldiers in Maiduguri barracks two years ago.

AI stated that Nigerian authorities have failed to conduct an effective, impartial and independent investigation into the killings after they were slaughtered by Nigerian soldiers.

Amnesty International in a statement stated that it has repeatedly called on the government to initiate an independent and effective investigation into the crimes under international law but despite repeated promises by the government that AI’s report will be looked into, no concrete step have been taken to begin an independent investigation.

It stated, “?Two years after at least 640 recaptured detainees were slaughtered by soldiers of the Nigerian Army, the authorities have failed to conduct an effective, impartial and independent investigation into the killings, said Amnesty International.

“The detainees – men and boys, many arbitrarily arrested in mass screening operations – were killed after they fled the barracks in Maiduguri, Borno state on 14 March 2014 following a Boko Haram attack. The majority were shot. The others had their throats cut. To mark the anniversary of this massacre, Amnesty International campaigners will be gathering outside Nigerian embassies around the world to call for independent investigations and prosecutions.

“It is shocking that two years after these horrific killings there has been no justice for the victims and their relatives,” said Netsanet Belay, Amnesty International’s Research and Advocacy Director for Africa.

“The lack of an independent investigation has meant that no one has been held to account for the killings, strengthening an already pervasive culture of impunity within the military.”

“Amnesty International has extensively documented the events of 14 March 2014, interviewing dozens of witnesses, verifying video evidence of the killings and their aftermath and confirming the locations of mass graves through satellite imagery.

“In June 2015 Amnesty International published extensive evidence of war crimes and possible crimes against humanity committed by the Nigerian military. The report found that the military extrajudicially executed at least 1,200 men and boys, and almost certainly many more, between 2012 and 2014. A further 7,000 detainees died in military detention as a result of starvation thirst, disease, torture and a lack of medical attention. Torture is routinely and systematically used by security forces in Nigeria, both during arrest and in detention. Soldiers arbitrarily arrested more than 20,000 suspects since 2011 and detained the overwhelming majority of them without access to their families or lawyers, without formal charges and without ever bringing them to court.

“Amnesty International has repeatedly called on the Government of Nigeria to initiate independent and effective investigations into its evidence of crimes under international law and to implement critical safeguards against human rights violations.

“Yet, despite repeated promises by President Buhari and his government that Amnesty International’s report would be looked into, no concrete steps have been taken to begin independent investigations. Many safeguards remain absent, for example suspects continue to be held in military detention without access to their lawyers or families, without charge and without being brought before a judge.

“After more than nine months in office, President Buhari must take urgent action to provide justice for the conflict’s thousands of victims and prevent such violations occurring again.

“In the two years since the Giwa killings, the pattern of unjustified use of lethal force by the military has continued with no one held accountable,” said Netsanet Belay.

“From Giwa to Zaria, from the north east to the south east, the time has come to break the cycle of impunity that has gripped Nigeria. This should start with justice for the Giwa 640.”

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Nigerian Soldiers Capture Boko Haram’s Deadliest Stronghold

Troops of the Nigerian military on  Tuesday made remarkable achievements in the ongoing counter insurgency war when they captured Alagarno, the spiritual headquarters and deadliest training camp of the Boko Haram.

During the raid on Alagarno and general areas around Sambisa forest, troops were able to arrest  two elders and notorious leaders of the insurgent group, named Mustapha Busuru, 50 years old, and Usman Abubakar, 56 years old. They were caught at Dole village where they were hiding.

Some of the insurgents were killed during the ensuing gun battle, even as victorious soldiers were able to recover several vehicles, motorcycles, stockpiled foodstuffs, arms and ammunitions.

Spokesman of the Nigeria Army, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, told newsmen, in a statement that fleeing Boko Haram insurgents had attacked isolated villages where they set houses ablaze and injured many residents.

“On Tuesday troops of 81 Battalion and 251 Task Force Battalion patrol team, cleared Boko Haram camps located at Komala, Dole, Kumshi and Moadori around the fringes of Alagarno forest”, said Colonel Usman, an Acting Director Army Public Relations.

“The troops killed two Boko Haram terrorists and captured two notorious terrorists; Mustapha Busuru (50 years old) and Usman Abubakar (56 years) at Dole village and brought down all Boko Haram terrorist flags hoisted in the village and destroyed them.

“They also recovered two Toyota pick up vans, 40 motorcycles, Improvised Explosives Making Devices (IEDs), stockpile of foodstuffs and fuel dump. The patrol team also recovered horses and donkeys used for transportation by the terrorists.

“In response to a distress  call of an attack by Boko Haram terrorists on Kuda village along Butuku road, troops of 143 Battalion swung into action, unfortunately the terrorists fled after setting the village on fire that led to the death of an elderly woman. The escaped insurgents regrouped and  attempted to cross through Magar Bridge but they were pre-empted by elements of the battalion who killed two terrorists and wounded several others.

“Sadly, three soldiers and four locals sustained injuries, while the troops recovered one Toyota Buffalo vehicle mounted with an Anti-Aircraft Gun with registration number 081375, one General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG) with registration number 132042, a loaded G3 rifle magazine and 30 rounds of 7.62mm (NATO) ammunitions link. Both military and the wounded civilians are receiving treatment at the unit’s Regimental Aid Post”.

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Dare-Devil Oil Vandals Kill 10 Soldiers In Lagos Gun Duel

About 10 soldiers deployed to the Arepo area of Lagos to checkmate activities of pipeline vandals were killed in the early hours of today, Friday during a shoot out with oil vandals.

It was learnt that the vandals had ambushed the military personnel on patrol in the area killing about 10 of them in a fierce gun duel which lasted for hours.

A security source said the bodies of only three of the killed soldiers most of whom were naval personnel have been recovered, alongside their arms while others are still unaccounted for.

The dare-devil vandals had launched a reprisal attack against the security agents who dislodged them on Wednesday night. The soldiers had stormed the area in the wee hours of Wednesday following a tip off that vandals had caused a pipeline explosion while siphoning fuel.

The vandals who had scooped a tanker load of PMS as well as hundreds of jerry cans engaged the soldiers in a gun duel but were overpowered. As a result of the exchange of gunfire, the tanker and other stolen products allegedly caught fire, while the vandals retreated.

They however regrouped on Thursday night, started a fire, and while the military operatives headed towards the direction to know the cause of the inferno, they were ambushed and killed.

It was learnt that the Defence Headquarters is responsible for the deployment of troops consisting of the Army, Navy and Airforce personnel to the area under Operation Awatse.

Oil vandals had created a colony in the area for years and attempts by various security agencies in the past to flush them out of the area that stretches to Ikorodu, have failed. Weeks back, about nine operatives of DSS on surveillance mission in the area were killed while several policemen deployed to the zone in the past had also lost their lives.

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Shi’ites Release 705 Names Of ‘Missing’ Members After Clash With Soldiers In Zaria [Full List]

The Islamic Movement of Nigeria has released 705 names and photographs of people it said are its members missing since December 12 and 13, 2015, when Nigerian soldiers carried out raids on the sect’s bases in Zaria, Kaduna State.

The group had a clash with the army following a barricade mounted by its members which according to the spokesman of the army prevented the convoy of Buratai, which was en route the palace of the emir of Zazzau.

The Army said it used force as the blockade was an attempt on Mr. Buratai’s life. The Shi’a group denies attacking Mr. Buratai.

After the clash, the army carried out a raid on Hussainiyyah base, headquarters of the movement in Nigeria.

The base was destroyed and Ibrahim Zakzaky, leader of the group, was arrested and his whereabouts have been unknown till date.

Here is a list of 705 names and towns of origin released Monday by the Shi’a group published on its Facebook page. The group says the list is provisional.

1. Sumayya Isa Hassan Samaru Zaria
2. Mahmmad Bello Lukman Zaria
3. Idris Usman Sabongari Zaria
4. Muhammad Sani
5. Muntaka Sani Haruna Samaru-Zaria
6. Muhammad Auwal Tandari Potiskum
7. Babawuro Baffa 39 Nafada Gombe
8. Babawuro Baffa Abubakar Nafda Gombe
9. Tijjani Muhammad Jigawa Gagiya Guri
10. Tijani Muhammad Gagiya Malam Madori
11. Shu’aibu Kofar Fada Jigawa Malam
12. Muhammad Usman Jigawa Malam
13. Shu’aibu Dauda Jigawa Malam Madori
14. Sawwanu S. Hamza Malam Madori
15. Khalid Abdullahi Jigawa Malam Madori
16. Awwal Abubakar Guyu Malam Madori
17. Sayyid Mustapha Lawan Nasidi Potiskum
18. Salihu Muhammad Uganda Potiskum
19. Muhammad Salihu Dambua Potiskum
20. Usman Garba Sakafa Potiskum
21. Al-amin Abbas Dambua Potiskum
22. Muhammad Isa Adamu Potiskum
23. Muhammad Maini Abdullahi Potiskum
24. Bello Isma’il (Abban Yaya) Potiskum
25. Isa Sa’idu M/Bukar Street Potiskum
26. Muhammad Isma’il Jigawa Potiskum
27. Zakari Abdullahi Potiskum
28. Musa Abdullahi Potiskum
29. Abdullahi Hassan Potiskum
30. Umar Isyaku Potiskum Mamudo
31. Bello Sama’ila Abdullahi Potiskum
32. Al Amin A. Abbas Sharif Potiskum
33. Muhammad Salihu Potiskum Sakafa
34. Muhammad Isa Adamu Potiskum
35. Yusuf Muhammad Gaidam
36. Alhaji Muhmmad Sani Abubakar Udawa
37. Abubakar Hakika Udawa
38. Aliyu Abubakar Birnin Gwari
39. Sa’idu Abdullahi Udawa
40. Abdullahi Shu’aibu Zaria Tudun Jukun
41. Bello Umar Maimagani Zaria Tudun
42. Zakariya Dan Marka Zaria Tudun Jukun
43. Mu’azu Alarama Zaria Tudun Jukun
44. Usman Musa Zaria Tudun Jukun
45. Abdulrashid Yusuf Escort Zaria
46. Saifullahi Kabir Mai Nama Zaria
47. Basiru Sani Zaria Tudun Jukun
48. Saifulddeen Umar Zaria Tudun Jukun
49. Abubakar Kasim Danlami (Alfa) Zaria
50. Anas Dahiru Zaria Tudun Jukun
51. Hassan Dahiru Zaria Tudun Jukun
52. Zaharaddeen Ibrahim Zaria Tudun Jukun
53. Rabi Maman Kubra
54. Muntaka
57. Iliyasu Muhammad Rabi’u Talatan
58. Aliyu Muhammad Rabi’u Talatan Mafara
59. Muhammad Maini Abdullahi Potiskum
60. Usman Garba (Lamma) Potiskum
61. Mahdi Isma’il Potiskum
62. Tijani Muhammad Potiskum
65. Muhammad Waziri Isa Samaru Zaria
66. Hassan Waziri Isa Samaru Zaria
67. Hussaini Waziri Isa Samaru Zaria
68. Fatima Waziri Isa Samaru Zaria
69. Bukhari Bello Jega University of Abuja
70. A’isha Abubakar Zaki Gwagwalada
71. Nusaiba Abubakar Zaki Gwagwalada
72. Fatima Abubakar Zaki Gwagwalada
73. Batula Buhari Bello Jega Gwagwalada
74. Ali Adamu Tsoho Samaru Zaria
75. Ibrahim A. Danladi (Malam) Samaru
76. Ahmad Buhari Isma’il Zaria City
77. Muhammad Nasir Adam Samaru Zaria
78. Muhammad Taha Abubakar Samaru
79. Mahdi Idris Umar Samaru Zaria
80. Abubakar Abdullahi Samaru Zaria
81. Shehu Yahaya Samaru Zaria
82. Umar Dauda Samaru Zaria
83. Zaharadeen Isa Samaru Zaria
84. Sirajo Ibrahim Samaru Zaria
85. Muhammad Mujahid Abdullahi Zaria
86. Yusha’u Nuhu Samaru Zaria
87. Muhammad Abubakar Audi Samaru
88. Yusha’u Muhammad Samaru Zaria
89. Mujahid Awwal Samaru Zaria
90. Umar Abdulllahi Samaru Zaria
91. Muhammad Abubakar Samaru Zaria
92. Muhammad Kabir Mansir Samaru Zaria
93. Abba Iliyasu Hayin Dogo Samaru Zaria
94. Usman Mukhtar Samaru Zaria
95. Mustapha Ibrahim Panhauya Zaria
96. Ibrahim Suleiman Panhauya
97. Mubarak Bala Zaria
98. Sulaiman Ahmad Zaria
99. Sani Abubakar Zaria
100. Usman Abdullahi Kankia Zaria
101. Hamza Isa Zaria Hayin Ojo
102. Badamasi Abdulhamid Zaria Danmagaji
103. Ibrahim Ali (Maiwashi) Zaria Hayin
104. Abubakar Muhammad (Nera) Zaria
105. Hudu Muhammad (Gambo) Zaria
106. Sagir Muhammad Awwal Zaria
107. Jibrin Abdulaziz Zaria
108. Umar Alhassan Zaria Zabi i
109. Rabi’u Mahmoud Zaria Zabi
110. Isa Sa’idu Muhammad Zaria
111. Madi Alhaji Rabi’u Zaria
112. Zaharadeen Abdulaziz Zaria
113. Aliyu M. Lawan Zaria
114. Musa Sakkwato Makina Zaria
115. Umar Ibrahim Zaria
116. Mahdi Alhaji Garba Zaria
117. Gambo Muhammad Zaria
118. Nasiru Ayuba Zaria
119. Tanimu Sulaiman Zaria
120. Ali Yusuf Zaria Hayin Ojo
121. Abubakar Musa Zaria
122. Hashimu Abdullahi Tohu Zaria
123. Adamu Yakubu Tohu
124. Bashir Aliyu Tohu
125. Sulaiman Abdullahi Zaria
126. Ishaka Abdulkadir Zaria
127. Abdulmutalib Yusuf Zaria
128. Bashir Sa’idu Zaria
129. Rashidu Sa’idu Zaria
130. Shema’u Muhammad Zaria
131. Abdullahi Abubakar Gado Zaria
132. Ali Mu’azu Zaria Unguwar Jaba
133. Muhammad Mu’azu Zaria
134. Awwal Nasibi Zaria Muchiya
135. Shehu Mai Ruwa Zaria
136. Ibrahim Muhammad Tukur Zaria
137. Mubarak Yakubu Zaria Magume
138. Fatima Lawal Zaria Magume
139. Ali Umar Zaria Magume
140. Muhammad Murtala (Bichi) Zaria
141. Abdulkarim Dambam Gyellesu
142. Mukhtar Sahabi (Dankwarai) Gyellesu
143. Nuhu Yunusa (Digging) Gyellesu
144. Abdulkadir (Escort) Gyellesu
145. Sayyid Hammad Zaria Gyellesu
146. Sayyid Ali Zaria Gyellesu
147. Sayyid Hummaid Zaria Gyellesu
148. Hajiya Fatima (Gogo Binta) Gyellesu
149. Muhammad Abdullahi Zaria
150. Ali Lawal Zaria Magume
151. Hamza Abubakar Ingaski Yawuri
152. Shamsuddeen Abdulkadir Gyellesu
153. Nuhu Rahama Zaria Gyellesu
154. Basiru Rahama Zaria Gyellesu
155. Ali Zainul Abideen Mustapha Gyellesu
156. Zuhair Abubakar Maina Gyellesu
157. Anas Lagawu Zaria Gyellesu
158. Ishaq (Guest House) Zaria Gyellesu
159. Usman Yawuri Zaria Gyellesu
160. Iliyasu Fudiya Zaria
161. Awwal Abdullahi Zaria
162. Usman Dawa Zaria Chikaji Sabongari
163. Maikudi Galadima Zaria Muchiya
164. Isa Sulaiman Tabansani
165. Rabi’u Dantarau Tabansani
166. Hudu Muhammad Zaria Muchiya
167. Biliya Nakowa Zaria Sabongari
168. Awwal Yusuf Zaria Sabongari
169. Muhammad Uncle Zaria
170. Sulaiman Maiblo Zaria
171. Rabi’u Abdulrahman Zaria
172. Naziru Usman Zamfara
173. Fatima Aminu Maihoto Zaria
174. Fatima Muhammad (Uncle) Zaria
175. Muhammad Sani Abubakar Dakwa
177. Jamila Jibo Jibrin Kwangila
178. Saminu Yusuf Kwangila
179. Maikudi Kwangila
180. Bashari Isa Kanar Farakwai
181. Yahaya Yakub Kanar Farakwai
182. Muhsin Shitu Danja
183. Jawad Nuradeen Danja
184. Alkasim Garba Igabi
185. Aliyu Sulaiman Pambeguwa
186. Ayatollah Salihu Pambeguwa
187. Abdulrashid Awwal Pambeguwa
188. Salisu Hassan Kidandan
189. Dauda Hassan Rim/Iyatawa
190. Abdulrzak Rim/Iyatawa
191. Abdulkadir Damari
192. Adamu Ali Damari
193. Abubakar Ahmad Damari
194. Ali Umar Jaji
195. Ishaq Umar Jaji
196. Salisu Umar Jaji
197. Hamisu Muhammad Jaji
198. Saminu Jaji
199. Basiru Salisu Jaji
200. Aminu Yunusa Zaria Wanka
201. Abdullahi M. Yunusa Zaria Wanka
202. Nura Nuhu Zaria Wanka
203. Abdullahi A. Adamu Zaria Wanka
204. Yahaya A. Sani Zaria Wanka
205. Ali Abdulmumini Zaria Wanka
206. Rukayya Nuhu Zaria Wanka
207. Mal Dahiru Zaria Wanka
208. Isiya Kinkiba Zaria Wanka
209. Salihu Badaru Zaria Marwa
210. Abdulkarim Bello Zaria Marwa
211. Dahiru Alaramma Zaria Marwa
212. Hamisu Abubakar Yakasai
213. Muhammad Jawad Yakasai
214. Rabi’u Adam Yakasai
215. Yusuf Adam Yakasai
216. Zainulabideen Abubakar Yakasai
217. Mashhad Zubair Yakasai
218. Aliyu Zaki Yakasai
219. Ibrahim Uwais Yakasai
220. Bashir Sa’ad Yakasai
221. Mukhtar Sabi’u Lambar Zango
222. Kabiru Mustapha Lambar Zango
223. Abba Sabitu Lambar Zango
224. Salisu Lambar Zango
225. Bashar Dandami
226. Isiya Dandami
227. Ja’afar Dandami
228. Nura Dauda Richifa
229. Sulaiman NEPA Richifa
230. Sulaiman Muhammad Richifa
231. Usman Aliyu Richifa
232. Ahmad Mohammad Richifa
233. Zuwaira Muhammad Richifa
234. Nura Alh. Dauda Richifa
235. Ibrahim Dauda Richifa
236. Munkaila Yusuf Richifa
237. Sha’ibu Bako Richifa
238. Rabi’u Muhammad Sani Richifa
239. Gambo Yusufi Richifa
240. Adamu Alhassan Richifa
241. Abdullahi Ibrahim Richifa
242. Abubakar Jibrin Richifa
243. Adamu Aliyu Richifa
244. Shamsu Shu’aibu Richifa
245. Adamu Aliyu Gadar Gayan
246. Adam Muhammad Zaria Kwarbai
247. Muhammad Awwal Iyal Zaria
248. Bakir Muhammad Iyal Zaria
249. Umar Abba Zaria
250. Sulaiman Haris Zaria
251. Ibrahim Dogo Zaria
252. Dalha Driver Zaria
253. Muhammad Sa’id Zaria
254. Ali Haruna Zaria
255. Ja’afar Amin Zaria
256. Kabir Muhammad Sani Zaria
257. Abdulkarim Musa Ali Zaria
258. Ibrahim Hashim Zaria
259. Fatima Amin Zaria
260. Rilwan Kurmin Kogi Zaria
261. Mu’azu Rilwan Zaria
262. Abdullahi Abbas Zaria
263. Abdurrazaq Abdulllahi Abbas Zaria
264. Abbas Abdullahi Abbas Zaria
265. Muhammad Abdullahi Abbas Zaria
266. Ahmad Abdulllahi Abbas Zaria
267. Ibrahim Abdullahi Abbas Zaria
268. Jawad Abdullahi Abbas Zaria
269. Junaidu Sabi’u Zaria (Shahid)
270. Atiku Ibrahim Zaria (Shahid)
271. Zakariyya Zaria (Shahid)
272. Yahaya Alaramma Zaria
273. Baba Shu’aibu Zaria Jushi
274. Anas Ibrahim Zaria Jushi
275. Anas Sulaiman Zaria
276. Abdulhamid Mukhtar Zaria Jushi
277. Abdulrazaq Sulaiman Zaria Jushi
278. Bara’u Sulaiman Zaria Jushi
279. Nuhu Sulaiman Zaria Jushi
280. Tasi’u Hamisu (Abba) Zaria Jushi
281. Tasi’u Salisu Zaria Jushi
282. Hamisu Idris Zaria Jushi
283. Mukhtar Hamisu Zaria Jushi
284. Zaharadeen Salisu Zaria Jushi
285. Muntaka Salisu Zaria Jushi
286. Sani Salisu Zaria Jushi
287. Sufiyanu Abdussalam Zaria
288. Usman Umar Zaria Jushi
289. Baban Babaye Zaria Jushi
290. Usman Wadata Zaria Jushi
291. Baraka Ishaq Zaria Jushi
292. Ammar Zaria (Al-Mustapha) Jushi
293. Salihu Zaria (Al-Mustapha) Jushi
294. Ammar Isa Goza Zaria Jushi
295. Ibrahim Sulaiman Zaria Jushi
296. Abdullahi Abubakar Zaria Jushi
297. Abba Sulaiman Zaria Jushi
298. Mubarak Danjuma Zaria Jushi
299. Shamsuddin Isa Zaria Jushi
300. Abba Zaria (Al-Mustapha) Jushi
301. Adamu Mika’il Zaria (Al-Mustapha)
302. Salihu Gidan Alhaji Alkalin Ja’e
303. Yusuf Yahaya Haris Zaria
304. Alh Na Gambo Yakana Zaria
305. Adamu Ibrahim Zaria Kusfa
306. Adam Ibrahim Mazangudu Zaria
307. Junaidu Sabi’u Zaria Kusfa
308. Musa Taikon Zaria Kusfa
309. Atiku Sabi’u Zaria Kusfa
310. Abdulkadir Ibrahim Zaria Kusfa
311. Abdullahi Ibrahim Zaria
312. Ibrahim Bara’a Zaria
313. Abubakar Isma’il Zaria
314. Abdulhadi Junaidu Zaria Albarkawa
315. Sani Sufi Zaria Unguwar Liman
316. Ibrahim I. Yusuf Zaria (Al-Mustapha)
317. Isa Suffi Zaria Unguwar Sirdi
318. Salmanu Abdullahi Zaria B/Kasuwa
319. Abdullahi Akto Zaria (Al-Mustapha)
320. Usman Muhammad Zaria Jushi
321. Yakubu Abdullahi Zaria
322. Abdullahi Adamu Wanka
323. Abdullahi Yunusa Wanka
324 Abdulkadir Ibrahim Zaria U/Bishar
325 Nusaiba Yaqub Magume, Zariya
326 Nusaiba Abubakar Abdullahi Sokoto
327 Fatima Ahmad Gashua
328 Ibrahim B. Yusuf Zaria
329 Mustafa H. Magajiya Fadama Zaria
330 Bello Umar Zaria Tudun Jukun
331 Sulaiman Mai nika Zaria T/Jukun
332 Umar Adamu Zaria Tudun Jukun
333 Yakubu Musa Zaria Tudun Jukun
334 Mu’azu Hamza Zaria Tudun Jukun
335 Sulaiman PZ Zaria (Al Mustapha)
336 Nasir Muhammad Gimi
337 Sukaina Ja’afar Gimi/ Soba
338 Ishaq Lawal Rumi
339 Shehu Rabi’u Rumi
340 Sulaiman Rumi
341 Ibrahim idris Rumi
342 Jamilu Abubakar Rumi
343 Sabitu A Saeed Rumi
344 Haruna M. Salisu Rumi
345 Abdulrashid Maiturba N/Doya
346 Sabi’u Shitu Danja
347 Salihu Musa Dabai/Danja
348 Ibrahim Abdullahi Dabai
349 Umar Ahmad Dabai
350 Rabi’u Ahmad Dabai
351 Abubakar Barwa Dabai
352 Aminu Ali Kudan
353 Salihu Sabon Layi Kudan
354 Mudasir Bala Kudan
355 Akil Bala Kudan
356 Amar Sani Kudan
357 Abdullahi Musa Kudan
358 Rabi’u Musa Kokami
359 Haruna Adamu Kokami
360 Dayyanu Salisu Kokami
361 Musa Rabi’u Kokami
362 Ishaq Lawal Hunkuyi
363 Shehu Rabi’u Hunkuyi
364 Ibrahim Idris Hunkuyi
365 Zaharadeen Abdullahi Funtua
366 Zailani Muhammad Funtua
367 Awwal Ahmad Funtua
368 Umar Shehu Funtua
369 Salahuddeen Salman Funtua
370 Hashimu Naturawa Funtua
371 Nasiru Naturawi Funtua
372 Hasan Yusuf Nabukka Funtua
373 Abdulrazaq Zayyan Nabukka Funtua
374 Muhammad Idi Nabukka Funtua
375 Khalid Salisu Nabukka Funtua
376 Mahdi Sani Ra’is Nabukka Funtua
377 Ibrahim Isa Nabukka Funtua
378 Ahmad Lawal Maiganji
379 Garba Haruna Maiganji
380 Awwal Ahmad Maiganji
381 Abbas Nasiru Maiganji
382 Mu’azu Mahuta
383 Saminu Tarzana
384 Bashir Adamu Tarzana
385 Awwal Yusuf Mairuwa
386 Abdullahi Ma’aruf Dikke
387 Mahdi Shehu Dikke
388 Salahuddin Ibrahim Dikke
389 Ibrahim Usman Kaduna
390 Mashakuru Shehu Tudun Iya
391 Bashir Mansir Kaduna
392 Muhammad Inuwa Jalabi Kaduna
393 Abubakar Abdullahi Kaduna
394 Hasan D. Usman Kaduna
395 Anas D. Usman Kaduna
396 Buhari Ismail Kaduna Barnawa
397 Mas’ud Tukur Kaduna Nasarawa
398 Abdul’aziz Abdulmumini Kaduna
399 Isa Yunus (Abba) Kaduna Malali
400 Ishaq Abdulkadir Kaduna Malali
401 Khalid Yahaya Kaduna Malali
402 Abdurrahman Yahaya Kaduna Malali
403 Kabiru Kawo Kaduna
404 Aliyu Kaduna H/Na’iya Kawo
405 Husaini Muhammad Aminu Kaduna
406 Aliyu Muhammad Kaduna
407 Abdul’aziz Haruna Kaduna
408 Muhammad Aminu Sani Kaduna
409 Musa Salisu (Coach) Kaduna Rigasa
410 Jaafar Habibu Kaduna Rigasa
411 Ibrahim Abuja road Kaduna Rigasa
412 Muhammad Rabi’u Kaduna Rigasa
413 Muhammad Jamilu Yahaya Kaduna
414 Nura Umar Kaduna Rigasa
415 Aliyu Zainul Abideen Kaduna
416 Hassan Nuhu Kaduna Rigasa
417 Haruna Nuhu Kaduna Rigasa
418 Sa’id Abdullahi Kaduna Rigasa
419 Usman Isa Kaduna Rigasa
420 Aliyu Umar Kaduna Rigasa
421 Bashir Adam Kaduna T/Wada
422 Ibrahim Ahmad Kaduna Badiko
423 Mika’il Yusuf Kaduna U/Rimi
424 Rabi’u Shu’aibu Kaduna Rigasa
426 Bashir Abdulmumini Kaduna Malali
427 Husaini Sa’idu Kaduna U/Muazu
428 Muhammad Awwal Kaduna Badiko
429 Ismail Sulaiman Kaduna ’Yan Kifi
430 Aliyu Ibrahim Taro-taro Kaduna
431 Saminu Ya’u Kontagora
432 Musa Labi Shehu Kontagora
433 Yakubu Dahiru Kaduna U/Mu’azu
434 Mu’azu Dahiru Kaduna U/Mu’azu
435 Mika’il Sulaiman Kaduna U/Mu’azu
436 Sa’idu Salihu Kaduna Kinkino
437 Ishaq Abdullahi Kaduna U/Mu’azu
438 Abu Jihad Isa Kaduna T/Wada
439 Nuhu Escort Kaduna
440 Abubakar Musa B/Yaro Kaduna
441 Bala Kaduna Kawo
442 Abbas Ishaq Kaduna Kawo
443 Idris Mando Kaduna Mando
444 Maimuna Mas’ud Kaduna Kakuri
445 Yusuf Badamasi Kaduna Kakuri
446 Habiba (Haj) Kaduna K/Mashi
447 Badaru Kaduna H/Danmani
448 Muhammad Auwal Yawale Suleja
449 Idris Ibrahim Suleja
450 Muhammad Mudassir Bala Suleja
451 Muhammad Mubarak Bala Suleja
452 Junaidu Umar Nahabu Suleja
453 Abdulrazak Ibrahim Suleja
454 Muhammad Adamu Suleja
455 Abdulgaffar Muhammad Suleja
456 Hasan Shehu Dandume
457 Sa’idu Sadau Dandume
458 Ibrahim Wanzam Dandume
459 Saifullahi Kabir Dandume
460 Abubakar Tsiga
461 Jibrin Abdu
462 Nuhu Ahmad Zarewa
463 Abdullahi Musa Kudan
464 Aminu Ali Kudan
465 Salihu Abdullahi Kudan
466 Kamal Magaji Kudan
467 Ammar Sani Kudan
468 Mudasiru Mustapha Kudan
469 Akilu Aliyu Kudan
470 Tahir Idris Kwaba
471 Badamasi Abdulhamid Falgore
472 Ibrahim Muhammad Maiturare
473 Hamisu Abubakar D/Magaji Zariya
474 Bello Magama Sokoto Zariya
475 Muhammad Salihu Pambeguwa
476 Ali Suleiman Pambeguwa
477 Abdulrashid Awwal Pambeguwa
478 Bashir Nuhu Babbarikaf
479 Abubakar Sa’idu Barbaji
480 Gambo Ya’u Barbaji
481 Ya’u. D. Dan’ayamaka
482 Aminu M. Kabir Makarfi
483 Isa Abdulkadir Gubuci
484 Bashir Yakubu Gubuci
485 Yakubu Alasan Makarfi
486 Zaharaddin Ibrahim Makarfi
487 Sabi’u Rabi’u Makarfi
488 Sabi’u Abdulkadir Makarfi
489 Nafi’u A. Usman Dan’ayamaka
490 Auwal Sabi’u Sabon Layi
491 Salahuddeen Salmanu Bakori
492 Bashir Adamu Bakori
493 Jamilu Abubakar U/Noma
494 Sabitu Abdulkarim U/Noma
495 Haruna Sabi’u U/Noma
496 Zayyanu Muhammad Kachilo
497 Auwal Mairuwa Kachilo
498 Alhaji Abubakar Sule Taba
499 Ibrahim Abdulhamid Taba
500 Abbas Muhammad Zaria Dakace
501 Muntari Abbas Zaria Dakace
502 Ibrahim Idris Zaria Dakace
503 Umar Dalhatu Zaria Dakace
504 Hauwau Dalhatu Zaria Dakace
505 Malam Umar Zaria Dakace
506 Saidu Musa Zaria Dakace
507 Abdulkadir Yusuf Zaria Dakace
508 Muazu Muhammad Zaria Dakace
509 Isyaku Muhammad Zaria Dakace
510 Ibrahim Suleiman Zaria Dakace
511 Adam Suleiman Zaria Dakace
512 Yakubu Nuhu Zaria Dakace
513 Idris Haliru Zaria Dakace
514 Kabiru Ibrahim Zaria Dakace
515 Umar Idris Zaria Dakace
516 Balarabe Adamu Zaria Dakace
517 Hayatudden Abubakr Zaria Dakace
518 Taikon Bala Zaria Dakace
519 Hussaini Musa Zaria Dakace
520 Salmanu Idris Zaria Dakace
521 Aminu Aliyu Zaria Dakace
522 Ibrahim Abdulllahi Zaria Dakace
523 Ibrahim Abdulhamid Zaria Dakace
524Ashahabu Yusuf Zaria Dakace
525 Shafi’u Yusuf Zaria Dakace
526 Rabilu Said Zaria Kwangila
527 Murtala Salisu (Driver) Zaria
528 Umar Gambo Zaria Kwangila
529 Umar Adam PZ (Motion) Zaria
530 Hashimu Gambo Tanimu Tohu
531 Fatima Mohd Lawan Zaria Tudun wada
532Auwal Sabi’u Kontagora S/rijiya
533 Rukayya Nuhu Soba
534 Kubra Sani Soba
535 Ummul Aiman Salisu Soba
536 Yahaya Muhammad Soba
537 Salisu Usman Soba
538 Hamisu Usman Soba
539 Rabilu Suleiman Soba
540 Badamasi Muhammad Soba
541 Muhammad Habibu Nasiru Soba
542 Ibrahim Yahaya Soba
543 Mujtaba Rabiu Soba
544 Sani KhalilSoba
545 Hamza idris Soba
546 Auwal Garba Nuhu Soba
547 Musa Tasi’u Soba
548 Mustapha Sani Soba
549 Ibrahim Kabir Soba
550 Mahdi Munkaila Soba
551 Muhammad Salisu Soba
552 Mubarak Dalhatu Soba
553 Mahdi Yunusa Soba
554 Yusuf Ishaq Soba
555 Alhassan Sani Soba
556 Adamu Usman Soba
557 Tukur Abdullahi Soba
558 Adamu Ibrahim Soba
559 Malam Tijani Shitu Soba
560 Ahmad Yahuza Soba Tashar Ice
561 Alhassan Sufi Soba
562 Abdulrauf Aminu Soba Tashar ice
563 Ibrahim Usman Soba tashar ice
564 Abubakar Salihu Barwa Soba
565 Yahaya Sale Barwa Soba
566 Abubakar Barwa Barwa Soba
567 Jamilu Salisu Soba Angwan Noma
568 Haruna Salisu
569 Ibrahim Yahaya Soba
570 Ja’afar Rabiu Gimba
571 Muhammad Idris Malumfashi
572 Abdussalam Bello Mani Malumfashi
573 Lawal Abubakar Giwa
574 Husaini Mikail Giwa
575 Mika’ilu Suleiman Giwa
576 Ukasha Idris Ibrahim Bauchi
577 Auwal Muhammad Auwal Bauchi
578 Aminu Abubakar Bauchi Jahun
579 Abubakar Iiliyasu Bauchi Rijiyan
580 Baffaji Usman Kumbi Bauchi
581 Mujahid Abdulkadir Adamu Bauchi
582 Muhammad Baffajo Soba Bauchi
583 Muhammad Abubakar Salihu Bauchi
584 Muhammad Musa Bauchi
585 Ukasha Muhammad Zakariya Bauchi
586 Ukasha Ibrahim Bauchi
587 Ukasha Muhammad Bauchi
588 Ishaq Adamu Bauchi
589 Naziru Tijani Umar Bauchi
590 Nura Haruna Bauchi
591 Zaharaddini Idris Dauda Bauchi
592 Zaharaddini Musa Bauchi
593 Abdulkarim Dambam Bauchi
594 Abdulkarim M. Lawal Dambua
595 Aminu Umar Jalingo
596 Baqir Musa Iliyasu Jalingo
597 Muhammad Abubakar Jalingo
598 Sheikh Muhammad Mahmud Turi
599 Aminu Abdullahi
600 Ayyuba Ibrahim Kano Kurna
601 Alhaji Habib Muhammad Kano Kurna
602 Nafi’u Dauda Kano
603 Muhammad Murtada Kano
604 Hafiz Dauda Kano Kurna
605 Fatima Aliyu Minjibir Kano
606 Umar Faruk Abdullahi Kano
607 Yusuf Sani (Abba) Kano
608 Alhaji Ali Abdulhamid Kano
609 Alhaji Uba Abdulhamid Kano
610 Zaharadeen Usman Kano
611 Musa Abubakar Kano
612 Haruna Ishaq Kurna
613Aminu Yusuf Kano
614 Abdurrazak Abdullahi Kano
615 Baba Wuro Kano Naibawa
616 Saifullahi Abubakar Kano
617 Abba Hari Kano Naibawa
618 Muhammad Balarabe Kano
619Abdullahi Iliyasu Kano
620 Mu’azu Muhammad Kano
621 Ibrahim Ulama’u Kano
622 Ammar Katsina Kano Naibawa
623 Mustapha Abubakar Kano
624 Bashir Muhammad Kano
625 Musa Zaria Kano Naibawa
626 Bashir Sale Kano Naibawa
627 Mustapha Garba Kano
628 Musa Ibrahim Kano
629 Alhassan Adamu Kano
630 Hisbullahi Isa Kano
631 Aminu Abdulmutalib Kano
632 Nuhu Habibu Kano
633 Nasiru Garba Kano T/ Wada
634 Umar Abdullahi Kano
635 Alhassan Suleiman Kano
636 Abdurrahman Ismail Kano
637 Bilya Rabi’u Kano T/ Wada
638 Muhammad Bashir Kano T/Wada
639 Hujjatullah Bashir Kano T/Wada
640 Zailani Ali Kano T/Wada
641 Sammani Misbahu Kano
642 Yusuf Garba Kano Sabon titi
643 Ibrahim Sarki Kano Sabon titi
644 Yahaya Garba Sarki Kano
645 Abdulmalik Safiyanu Kano
646 Abubakar Ishaq Kano
647 Mansur Adam Kano Sabon titi
648 Sani Ibrahim Kano T/Wada
649 Mukhtar Ibrahim Kano T/Wada
650 Ishaq Ibrahim Kano T/Wada
651 Shehu Ibrahim Kano T/Wada
652 Abdullahi Ibrahim Kano T/Wada
653 Abdullahi Musa Kano T/Wada
654 Iliya Ja’afar Kano T/Wada
655 Mubarak Yahaya Kano T/Wada
656 Muhammad Bello Abdullahi Kano
657 Tukur Shehu Kano T/Wada
658 Usman Shafi’u Kano T/Wada
659Abdulkarim Umar Kano T/Wada
660 Hasan Tukur Kano T/Wada
661 Abdulkadir Ayuba Kano T/Wada
662 Sani Shehu Kano T/Wada
663 Musa Hassan Kano T/Wada
664 Nasiru Muhammad Kano T/Wada
665 Suraj Khalid Kano T/ Wada zone
666 Abubakar Usman Kano T/Wada
667 Ayuba Bawa Kano T/Wada
668 Kabiru Abubakar Kano T/Wada
669 Isma’il Abdullahi Kano T/Wada
670 Awwalu Shu’aibu Kano T/Wada
671 Bashir Musa Kano T/Wada
672 Surajo Shu’aibu Kano T/Wada
673 Musa Nasiru Kano T/Wada
674 Yakubu Hussaini Kano T/Wada
675 Isa Shehu Kano T/Wada
676 Rabi’u Murtala Kano T/Wada
677 Alhassan Ado Kano T/Wada
678 Ibrahim Usman Kano T/Wada
679 Alhaji Aminu Yusuf Kazaure
680 Alhaji Shafi’u Alhassan Kazaure
681 Lawan Umar Kazaure
682 Aliyu Lawan Umar Kazaure
683 Bakir Adam Kazaure
684 Murtala Tambari Kazaure
685 Kabiru Ahmad Kazaure
686 Aliyu Lawan Dambatta
687 Abubakar Idris Tsangaya
688 Abubakar Abdullahi Rano
689 Malam Zakariya Gargai
690 Nusaiba Shafi’u Alhassan Kazaure
691 Muhammad Dahiru Dan Hassan
692 Aliyu M. Sani Tafawa
693 Sani Abdullahi Wangara
694 Tajuddeen Muhammad Isah Nasarawa
695 Sabi’u Muhammad Nasarawa
696 Haruna Isah Tafawa
697 Abdulkadir Muhammad Karaye
698 Naziru Ibrahim Shuwaki, Kunchi
699 Yusuf Usman Karaye
700 Zakariyya Tukur Bichi
701 Abba Yunusa Nasarawa
702 Shu’aibu Sa’idu Madobi
703 Abubakar Hussaini Shanono
704 Rabi’u Muhammad Walawa
705 Ali Muhammad Dahur Sara

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Nigerian Soldiers kill 90 Boko Haram Insurgents In Borno, Yobe… Rescue 370 Hostages, Intercept 3 Suicide Bombers

Nigerian soldiers in the counter-insurgency operations in the northeast have killed a total of 90 Boko Harm fighters during raids on the insurgents’ camps in Borno and Yobe state.

The military also raided Boko Haram arms cache in various camps in the two states within the five days operations where some AK 47 rifles, anti-air guns, magazines with rounds of ammunitions, solar panels being used by the terrorists for their violent act, cell phones, bombs, Improvised Explosive Devices chargers, 4-wheel drive vehicles among others, deputy commander, Operation Lafiya Dole, Maj Gen Lucky Irabor told journalists at a press briefing in Maiduguri today, Friday.

Gen Irabor who spoke on behalf of the Theatre Commander Operation Lafiya Dole, Maj Gen Umoru Hassan said the five days operation was aimed at further weakening the capacity of Boko Haram to perpetrate more terror, adding the counter-insurgency operation was receiving vigor each day.

He said troops encountered Boko Haram at Shentimari, cleared the insurgents’ “enclave and recovered 78 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition.” At Chukun Gudu in northern Borno, “troops encountered and destroyed terrorists’ camp along Jillam, Bula Butube. During the exchange of fire, 10 terrorists were killed, two AK 47 Rifles, two AK 47 magazines, two solar panels and two GSM handsets were recovered while one Isuzu was destroyed,” he said.

While giving the details and statistics of the casualties in the raids backed with pictures, the commander said 21 Boko Haram were killed at Old Marte where three soldiers were injured, three insurgents killed at Wajirok Ajigin in Damboa Local Government and eight at Rugga Fulani. Also, 20 Boko Haram were also killed at Afe, Kudiye and Souma with 370 civilian hostages freed. He said four Boko Haram that fled from military onslaught during raid on their hideouts at Huyum, Jeje and Diba villages abandoned their families behind including five women and 12 children. “However, own troops killed four of the Boko Haram,” he disclosed.

He confirmed the suicide attack at the outskirts of Maiduguri, Borno capital yesterday. He said three suicide bombers were intercepted along Mafa road near a military check-point by troops early Friday.

“One of the bombers, a female attempted to move toward the troops but exploded along the way killing self. The blast affected the second female bomber but the third bomber, a male was gun down by our troops while rushing toward the check-point,” he explained.

He solicited for more support from the people, urging them to collaborate with the military and other security agencies to end Boko Haram so as to return to normal life.

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