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Fire Guts Nigerian Army Headquarters In Abuja
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Fire Guts Nigerian Army Headquarters In Abuja

A fire incident has occurred at the Nigerian Army Headquarters complex in Abuja, destroying some properties. The fire which started around 10:30 am was said to have affected the second floor which also houses the office of the Chief Of Army Staff. Director Army Public Relations Brigadier General Mohammed Yerima confirmed the incident in a statement. “Electrical fault sparked a minor fire incident at the Army Headquarters Complex, Abuja, Tuesday morning,” he said. “The incident which happened at about 10.15 am was as a result of minor electrical fault in one of the offices. “The Army Headquarters complex is currently undergoing some renovation involving electrical rework. “The Nigerian Army Fire Service Department has since put out the fire. No casualty was recorded du...
Nigerian Soldier, Tella Adedapo Hangs Himself Inside Abuja Barracks
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Nigerian Soldier, Tella Adedapo Hangs Himself Inside Abuja Barracks

A sergeant of the Nigerian army identified as Tella Adedapo has allegedly committed suicide. Adedapo, a driver attached to the budget and planning department at the army headquarters in Abuja, was said to have hung himself on the ceiling fan in his apartment— flat two, block F, Muhammadu Buhari quarters at Gowon barracks. A source disclosed this to TheCable on Friday evening. It is not immediately clear what prompted Adedapo’s decision but a note he left behind suggested he was having issues with his wife. “What’s Rose problem with my work, is this husband and wife? Ask Rose the problem she has with my work,” the note read. TheCable gathered his body has been moved to the National Hospital in Abuja. Sagir Musa, army’s spokesman, was yet to respond to TheCable’s messag...
Oyetola Cries To Buratai As Criminals Take Over Osun
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Oyetola Cries To Buratai As Criminals Take Over Osun

This came as Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State expressed his determination to provide adequate security measures to forestall such occurrence in the state. Oyetola raised the alarm at the headquarters of the Nigerian Army when he paid a courtesy visit to the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Buratai. The governor said he was at Army headquarters to commend the COAS for approving the construction of a Bridge across the Osun River to Ede, which will greatly assist the state by boosting the economic wellbeing on the people. He said: “I am here to bring to your knowledge that the spate of crime is increasing in Osun and around us. It is giving me a serious cause for concern and as you know, the primary function of government is to ensure security for the people for economic ...

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