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​Many feared dead as SARS officials clash with youths in Anambra State (PHOTOS)



A clash between youths of Umunze community in Orumba South local government area of Anambra state and some SARS Officers (Special Anti-Robbery squad), left many dead and properties destroyed.
It was gathered that the sad incident occurred on the evening of Saturday March 3rd, when some SARS Officers showed up at a popular relaxation spot known as ‘Guzoro’ and started embarrassing some of the customers who were having drinks.

They also pushed to make some arrest but were stopped by the youths of the community.

Angered by this, the Police Officers reportedly opened fire on the youths, killing five persons on the spot.

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The youths who fought back, pounced on the officers killing one of the SARS men and set their vehicle ablaze while the other SARS officers escaped from the whiskers.

Source: naijaloaded.com.ng

Photos of angry youths in Kano destroying properties of their National Assembly reps over unfulfilled election promises


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Yesterday, angry youths in Kano State razed the homes of Senator Kabiru Gaya in Gaya LGA and the campaign office and poultry farm of House of Reps members, Abdullahi Mahmoud over claims of unfulfilled election promises. See more photos from the incident after the cut…

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In Kano Angry youths reportedly burn down homes of National Assembly Reps


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The reports reveal that the homes of the victims, Sen. Kabiru Gaya in Gaya LGA of Kano State as well as Abdullahi Mahmoud had been razed, as well as the campaign office and poultry farm.

News reports have revealed that angry youths in Kano state have set ablaze the homes of two National Assembly Representatives over unfulfilled election promises.
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The reports reveal that the homes of the victims, Sen. Kabiru Gaya in Gaya LGA of Kano State as well as Abdullahi Mahmoud had been razed, as well as the campaign office and poultry farm.
The youths had reportedly started a protest in the locality at about 11am, today, May 11, 2016, before setting some of the aforementioned properties of the politicians, ablaze.
The reports reveal that the youths had also attempted to set ablaze the residence of their local government chairman, but his security detail had been able to over power the aggravated youths, and successfully dispersing them.
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This case is hardly isolated as reports are beginning to pour in, revealing the unrest in different local government areas caused by the poor state of things in the country.
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Source: Pulse.ng

Buhari Muslim youths embark on fasting and prayers for President


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He explained that the prayer and fasting was first conceived in 2014 when the country was bedeviled by a myriad of challenges.

The National Council of Muslim Youth Organisation (NACOMYO), Sokoto state chapter has embarked on voluntary prayer and fasting for peace, and success of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
The President of the organisation, Aliyu
Ibrahim Kyautawa said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Sokoto.
“We are praying and fasting every two weeks for peace, tranquility and success of President Muhammadu Buhari who means well for the people of this country.’’
Kyautawa stated that the organisation does not have any link with the President or any of his ministers, nor belonged to any political party.
According to him, our resolve is borne out of love for the country.
“We are not sponsored by anybody and we don’t belong to any political party and we are not doing it for any material gain,’’ he said.
Kyautawa said that the members of the group were convinced that Buhari had the ability to liberate the Nigerian masses from the bondage of poverty, insecurity and bad governance because of his track records.
He explained that the prayer and fasting was first conceived in 2014 when the country was bedeviled by a myriad of challenges.
“This is why we decided to embark on voluntary prayer and fasting every two weeks for peace in the country.
“We are also praying for the success of Gov. Aminu Tambuwal in Sokoto state.
“Buhari has the masses at heart, but his efforts are being frustrated by some unpatriotic Nigerians.
“They have been sabotaging his efforts in a bid to make this nation ungovernable for him, but all their efforts would be in vein,’’ he said.
According to him, the organisation has been sponsoring media campaign to educate the public on the need to also change their attitude and support the government, both morally and spiritually.
Kyautawa said he was optimistic that the hardship being faced by Nigerians would soon be a thing of the past.

Texas youth pastor caught molesting a 6yr old boy & gets beat up by congregation


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A 29 year old Texas youth pastor named Willie
Bell was arrested and charged with child
molestation after he was caught sexually
assaulting a 6 year old boy behind an apartment
building in Texas. He was caught by a member
of the congregation of his church who raised
alarm to attract other church goers, who
punched and kicked him, but did not seriously
injure him…
“If it wasn’t for them, he probably would have
done more to my child,” the child’s mother told
the local news Fox 4. “It’s painful. It’s
devastating. It’s a nightmare.”
After police arrested Bell, they learned that he
had allegedly molested three other boys at the
church. He is now facing charges.