Inspite of NSA claim, Boko Haram in a show of force,attacks Yobe gov’s security personnel, kills one policeman, injure others

One Police officer was reportedly killed with at least six security personnel allegedly wounded when Boko Haram terrorists fired at security operatives returning official vehicles belonging to Yobe State Governor, Hon Mai Mala Buni from Maiduguri to Damaturu after attending a successful 24th Convocation ceremony of the University of Maiduguri.


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On the 14th Nov ..The NSA praised the security forces

I want to assure Nigerians and I can testify that things have changed and we are working as one team. We inherited a very difficult situation, a bad economy, but this administration is doing its best to meet its responsibilities, including paying back what was taken”.

“Under 5 months that we came on board, you, the armed forces of Nigeria have done well and you are doing well. You are the reason why we have a country like Nigeria today. You are doing a good job for over 240million Nigerians”.

Ribadu who spoke at the 2023 Chief of Defence Intelligence Annual Conference for Defence Advisers and Attache’s in Abuja said, “I want to thank the solid team of the CDS and the Service Chiefs. Today you have worked and literarily made everyone comfortable in Nigeria.

He told the DA’s, “Back home, things are improving. On record, we used to have about 1,300 people being killed by violent attacks by criminal elements but right now, it is less than 100. In the Niger Delta, Crude oil production used to be between 700,000 to 900,000 barrels per day, last year but today it is 1.7 million barrels per day.

“Last year, in the South East, there were 46 attacks on Police Stations. This year, we have not recorded a single attack on any police station in the last few months.

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