Buhari blames Borno leaders for unending Boko Haram attacks
Mr Buhari did not visit Auno, the location of the massacre along the Maiduguri-Kano road before he departed Maiduguri
Boko Haram attacks Maiduguri hours after Buhari’s visit
At about 7 p.m., residents of Jiddari Polo, on the outskirts of Maiduguri, began to flee into the city centre.
Nigerian Army troops capture terrorists, rescue captives in Borno
The army says the 25 Task Force Brigade and the civilian JTF unleashed superior fire power on some ISWAP terrorists at Njaba along Damboa-Bale road on Sunday.
Auno Killings: NLC urges Nigerian military to review Boko Haram strategy
Boko Haram fighters killed 30 stranded travellers on Sunday in Auno, a village 24 kilometres from Maiduguri
Many killed as Boko Haram attacks stranded travellers at Maiduguri gate
The insurgents also abducted many travelers mostly women after setting vehicles ablaze.
Borno govt reopens Maiduguri-Dikwa road five years after
NAN reports that the 86km road was closed to motorists in 2015 at the peak of Boko Haram activities in the Northern part of the state.
We’ll never allow Boko Haram control territory again – Theatre Commander
The commander dismissed the insurgents’ attempt to retake any territory “as dream that will never come to pass for them”.
Borno initiates research grant to curb renal, kidney diseases
The move is to check the high prevalence of renal failure in Borno State.
We’re being targetted for ‘annihilation’, Chibok residents say
The group says at least 20 parents of the abducted girls have died from trauma and violence.
Adamawa governor sacks 5,000 workers over “improper employment”
The affected workers were employed by the administration of former governor Bindow
Gov. Fintiri inaugurates 15 new permanent Secretaries
The 15 new permanent secretaries were elevated after passing through rigorous modalities and testing.
Why insurgency persists in North East – Gov. Zulum
Mr Zulum says insurgency persists in the North East region due to trust deficit between military and civil authorities.
Lassa Fever: Four suspected cases recorded in Adamawa
Nigeria is currently battling an outbreak of Lassa fever, with 195 confirmed cases and 29 deaths in 11 states, between January 1 and 24.
Three killed, 13 injured as suicide bombers attack Borno mosque
Among those killed was a 12-year-old boy.
Nigerian soldiers foil separate Boko Haram attacks – Official
The army said some of the Boko Haram members fled with injuries.
Gov. Ishaku signs Taraba’s N215bn 2020 budget into law
The budget represents an increase of N2.1billion over the N213.6 billion Mr Ishaku presented to the state House of Assembly on December 19, 2019.