Sep 20, 2021

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Killing of IPOB Commander and 7 Other Top Stories That Topped Headlines This Week

The news reports in Nigeria for the week from April 24th to 30th were characterized, among other things, by the raid on a militia camp of the IPOB group.

1st photo, last moments of the IPOB Vice President killed by brave security forces

More Details of the assassination of Ikonson Commander, a leader of the Eastern Security Network (ESN), have emerged.

Ikonson has been identified as Vice President-elect of the IPOB. Security forces said he ordered a series of violent attacks on security guards and formations in the southeast and south-south of the country.

2. Heavy shooting when the Nigerian Army kills the Vice President of the IPOB, 6 other fighters

A joint operation by the Nigerian Police, the Nigerian Army and the Department of State Services has resulted in the assassination of a commander named Ikonson, who is the designated Vice President of the Forbidden Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Channels TV reported that six other fighters from the IPOB-affiliated militia group were also killed, while two other members were arrested during the joint operation.

3. BREAKING: Fear when armed men destroy the governor’s residence, kill his security guards, video shows up

The residence of Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State, Omuma in the government district of Oru East, was opened on Saturday, April 24th, set on fire by an unknown gang of armed men who also managed to kill a security officer >

A source speaking to Punch said the invaders shot two of them in a firefight with security forces, adding that the inferno destroyed vehicles around the governor’s house.

4. Unknown armed men shoot Imo state commissioner, others in Owerri

The Punch reports that the Imo commissioner for entrepreneurship and skill acquisition, Iyke Ume, was shot dead by unknown gunmen in the state capital, Owerri.

According to the report, there was panic in the state capital as the gunmen were during of the attack on Sunday evening, de On April 25th, four other motorists shot dead.

One of the drivers is said to have been shot dead in Orji on the Owerri-Okigwe road in the immediate vicinity of the Orji Division Police Headquarters.

5th break: President Buhari calls for relocation of Defense Command headquarters, gives reason

The United States has been asked to relocate US Africa Command (AFRICOM) headquarters from Stuttgart to consider. Germany to Africa and near the operating theater.

6. Just in: The National Assembly can take action against Buhari, the legislature reveals, gives cause

A member of the House of Representatives, Dachung Bagos, who represents the Jos South / Jos East constituency, has announced that the National Assembly has a tendency to initiate impeachment proceedings against President Muhammadu Buhari.

Speaking to Channels TV on Thursday April 29th, Bagos stated that the assembly could potentially be forced to kick-start the process if the president fails to implement the security decisions made by the lower government chamber .

7. Weapons and ammunition recovered as Nigerian troops Prominent traditional rulers

Troops from Operation Whirl Stroke (OPWS) have the district manager of Cha (Mue Ter Cha), HRH chief Utambe Adzer, arrested for allegedly possessing illegal weapons.

The Nigerian tribune cites military sources and reports that the soldiers were killed on Saturday, April 24th. April, stormed the palace of two traditional rulers in the territory of the local government of Ukum in the state of Benue.

8. Father Mbaka speaks about violence in the Imo and says that Gov Uzodinma makes expensive people Error.

Father Camillus Ejike Mbaka, Spiritual Director of the Ministry of Worship, says Imo State Governor Hope Uzodinma is not answering his calls.

The popular pastor was the one who prophesied in his New Year’s message 2020 that Governor Uzodinma would be sworn in as governor despite the fact that he passed the gubernatorial election to Emeka Ihedioha of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).