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14 Years After: Govt Has No Direction On Boko Haram Leader’s Enclave
The abandoned residence and administrative headquarters of the late Mohammed Yusuf, founder of Boko Haram, located close to the railway terminus in Maiduguri, Borno State, are quickly disappearing from the annals of Nigerian insurgency.
Boko Haram terrorists opened fire in the markas, marking Nigeria on the global terrorism map.
The relic was once Yusuf’s revered shrine, which was destroyed by authorities in 2009 not long after he and his supporters declared war on the Nigerian government, an act that resulted in thousands of deaths and is still being counted today.
For the families of those killed in the insurgency, the ruins of the markas, which house criminals and are still an eerie landmark 14 years later, continue to be a source of concern.
1. The Central Bank of Nigeria ordered Deposit Money Banks to stop paying customers who withdraw new naira notes over the counter. To ensure that the currency circulates throughout the country prior to the deadline of January 30, 2023, when the old notes will no longer be accepted as legal tender, the apex bank instead instructed the banks to load their Automated Teller Machines with only new notes.
2. Issa Naigheti was detained by the Kwara State Police Command for allegedly kidnapping his father and demanding N2.5 million in ransom. According to the command’s spokesman, Ajayi Okasanmi, the suspect was apprehended near Ilorin’s Kambi neighbourhood.
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3. According to Governor Babagana Zulum, Borno State is 90% secure and safe before the general elections in 2023. After paying a courtesy call on President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Friday, he made this statement.
4. The ruling of the Zamfara Federal High Court prohibiting the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from taking part in the upcoming governorship election in the state has been overturned by the Court of Appeal sitting in Sokoto State. The primary election that selected Dauda Lawal Dare as the PDP’s candidate for governor in Zamfara had been declared invalid by a Federal High Court in Gusau, Zamfara.
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5. The presidential candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, claimed Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress, APC, lacked the moral character to reform Yahoo Boys. in response to Tinubu’s statement that, if elected president, he would turn Yahoo Boys into tech experts.
6. A group of civil society organisations expressed their concern on Friday, just 49 days before the general elections of 2023, about reports of missing Permanent Voter Cards, or PVCs, and the difficulty in locating them. President Muhammadu Buhari must be ready to hold a free and fair election, the CSOs insisted.
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7. Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Mr. Peter Obi urged Nigerian youths and elders to work toward collecting their PVCs yesterday in a special broadcast on social media, explaining that without them, their hopes for Nigeria might not be realized.
8. If elected president of the country, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, promised Nigerian youths that they would play major roles in directing the affairs of his administration. Tinubu made a specific commitment to turn Nigerian youths into job creators rather than job seekers, primarily through infrastructure improvements that would give them access to all economic sectors.
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9. Some of the country’s major opposition parties are concerned about the Debt Management Office’s (DMO) revelation that the incoming administration may inherit a debt of N77 trillion when President Muhammadu Buhari’s term ends in May. Despite the worries, the opposition parties assert they have begun developing plans for how they will handle the problem if they win the general elections in 2023.
10. On Friday, Jumat prayers were impacted by the ongoing leadership crisis at the Darul Hadith mosque of the late Dr. Ahmad Ibrahim BUK in the Tudun Yola neighbourhood of Kano State. Trouble began when some irate members blocked the new imam’s path to the podium as he prepared to give a sermon and lead the prayer.
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