Police begin air surveillance of S-East states

ENUGU — The Air wing of the Nigeria Police Force, NAF, will soon commence surveillance of the five South East states. As a result of this, the police authorities have approved the construction of a helipad for Heliporters at the Emene Industrial Layout Extension, near Enugu which is a distance of about three kilometers from the Akanu Ibiam International Airport for the exercise.Work on the air strip for the helipad being undertaken by Enugu State government has reached an advanced stage and sources said the police helicopters were being expected in Enugu to commence air surveillance of the entire South East zone.

How Senator Ndume Funds Boko Haram terrorists, Buys 400 Golf Cars For Sect

New leads are emerging on the involvement of Senator Ali Ndume representing Borno South Senatorial District at the Nigerian Senate with the Islamic terror  sect, Boko Haram.Investigations have also revealed the role allegedly played by Senator Ndume in the death of Major Timothy Fambiya, who led the operation that led to the death of the leader of the Boko Haram sect, Abubakar Shekau.

We’ve penetrated Lagos, says Boko Haram terrorists; claims responsibility for Apapa explosion

Lagosians got yesterday perhaps the first hint of Boko Haram’s imprint in the city.Abubakar Shekau, leader of the violent Islamist sect, claimed responsibility for the explosion in Apapa – one of the key homes of businesses with national and international relevance, including the port.It also owned up to the bombing in Abuja, in the 16-minute video given to the French news agency AFP. Shekau said his group was responsible for a bombing in the capital Abuja and an attack at the fuel depot in Lagos on June 25.