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‘Armed Group planning to attack Abuja, other states In Nigeria’ — US Intelligence group

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A United States of America intelligence group, Global Intelligence Agency, GIA has raised the alarm of a terrorist attack in Nigeria
In a report, GIA revealed that armed groups have perfected the plan to carry out attacks in Abuja and other states in Nigeria on May 29, 30 and 31.

GIA spokesman Henry Zachary said: “The attacks will be very deadly if proactive measures are not taken to prevent it.”

“We call on the Nigerian army and other government forces to be vigilant and ensure that this is not a success,” he said.

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Unidentified gunmen set ablaze NDLEA office in southeast Nigeria

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UMUAHIA — An office of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) was set ablaze on Tuesday by unidentified gunmen in Amaekpu Ohafia Abia State, in south-eastern Nigeria.

The incident occurred amid several reports of attacks on police facilities and government forces in the country.

No casualties were recorded in the attack suspected of being carried out by armed hoodlums, authorities said.

Meanwhile, residents told Gazette Africa that the attack lasted for about 30 minutes, forcing the officers to flee to safety.

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Fulani herders kidnap students in southern Nigeria

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Members of a "bandit" gang pose with weapons at their forest hideout in northwestern Zamfara state, Nigeria, Feb. 22, 2021.

An unknown number of students from Abia State University were kidnapped on Wednesday by gunmen suspected of being Fulani herders.

They were kidnapped along Okigwe-Uturu Road, on the border between Abia and Imo State, in the east of the country.

“Fulani herdsmen who wore military uniforms moved the students to Lokpa. No one knows if they are still alive or not,” a commercial driver told Gazette Africa.

Abia State Information Commissioner John Kalu, who confirmed the incident, said “the students were moving in a minivan from Okigwe to Uturu between 7 pm and 8 pm when they ran into the armed gang who marched them into the nearby forest along with other yet-to-be-identified travellers.

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“Two of the students managed to escape from the hoodlums while others are still being held at a yet-to-be-identified location.”

Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu, rights activist and leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) condemned the kidnapping, calling it provocative and cowardly.

The head of IPOB ordered the Eastern Security Network (ESN), a regional non-state security force, to hunt the Fulani herders and rescue the kidnapped students.

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Jihadists kill 31 soldiers in Northeast Nigeria

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At least 31 Nigerian soldiers were killed when IS-aligned jihadists ambushed a military convoy escorting weapons and overran a base in northeast Nigeria’s Borno state, military sources told AFP Monday.

Fighters from the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), arriving in around 20 vehicles, attacked the convoy on Sunday in the town of Mainok outside the regional capital Maiduguri, killing troops and seizing weapons before storming a nearby base, the two sources said.

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