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Boko Haram insurgents kill 5, kidnap women Borno 

Suspected Boko Haram members have killed five people in Dagu village, Askira-Uba local government area of Borno State. According to residents, the insurgents attacked the village which is located along Adamawa border on Monday, killing 5 and also kidnappings some women.

 
President Trump bars immigration from 6 Islamic countries

US President Donald Trump has indicated temporary ban on immigration from Muslim countries deemed a ‘threat to national security’. He said this on Wednesday while unveiling his actions on border and national security. Trump also ordered that the erection of wall along the US-Mexico border begin Wednesday.

 

Accidental IDPS bombing spurred us provide aids – UN Envoy

The UN Humanitarian coordinator for the Sahel, Toby Lanzer has said the accidental bombing of Rann internally Displaced Persons in Borno has spurred aid workers to provide more services. Lanzer in an interview with NAN said aid workers were already putting the incident past them.

 

MI Abaga gets dragged by fans on Twitter for defending Islam

Choc City rapper, MI Abaga got into a Twitter conversation where he found himself defending the Islamic religion and asking people to condemn perpetrators of evil and not the religion they practice. Some of the fans would not have any of that as they referred to him as a snake who doesn’t understand the Christianity he claims to practice.

LAUTECH strike still full force – ASUU

The chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), LAUTECH chapter, Biodun Olaniran says the strike in the institution will continue until its demands are met. Olaniran stated this in an official press release issued on the matter.