[Deutsche Welle] The NGO’s latest report says the Nigerian military continues to detain thousands of children in “inhuman conditions.” Allegedly, the minors collaborated with Boko Haram.
[Deutsche Welle] The African Union Commission deals with policy across the 55-member bloc. Its deputy chairperson Kwesi Quartey, in an exclusive DW interview, outlined how the AU executive is tackling Africa’s most pressing problems.
[Premium Times] The Nigerian military on Thursday pushed back against a report by the Wall Street Journal that the military had been secretly dumping the remains of fallen heroes of Boko Haram war in unmarked mass graves.
[This Day] Abuja -The Secretary General of ECOWAS Parliament, Mr John Azumah, has said that 40 per cent of the total 70 million refugees in the world are drawn from the 16 West African nations with Boko Haram insurgency displacing 1.2 million Nigerians alone.
[Vanguard] The activities of Boko Haram in the North East, especially Borno State, have taken a new dimension, as insurgents now hunt farmers in communities in the state for leaking information on their exploits to security men.
[Premium Times] At least 154 people were killed in different attacks across Nigeria last week. Another nine people were kidnapped in separate incidents, according to Newspaper reports.
A WILD-EYED Nigerian soldier looks into the camera: “We don’t have adequate weapons,” he says.
[VOA] The United States has announced it is cutting some security assistance to Cameroon following allegations of human rights violations allegedly committed by the Cameroonian military.
[Vanguard] Lagos -THE year 2018 was one that many Nigerian families would want to forget in a hurry but alas they cannot.
[Premium Times] The Nigeria police continued their schemes to cover up the desertion of at least 167 officers on Friday, dismissing own internal documents to claim that none of the officers was dismissed as reported by PREMIUM TIMES.