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9jaforums / General / Re: Steps For Creating Your Mynaijaforum.com Account (photos) by Stephen: today at 10:52am
Ndubuisi :So interesting guidine bro
thanks bro, it\'s been a while. been busy trying to grow the siteπŸ˜“πŸ’ͺ

9jaforums / General / Re: Steps For Creating Your Mynaijaforum.com Account (photos) by Ndubuisi : today at 10:45am
So interesting guidine bro

Events / Monday Motivation by Stephen: today at 09:04am
I am not saying these are exact parallels but the lowest you can fall is to hit the ground, keep going. Not except you start unreasonable borrowing.

Crime / Re: Has Nigeria Taken A Clear Stance On Cybercrime by Stephen: yesterday at 07:53am
Happy Sunday

Crime / Has Nigeria Taken A Clear Stance On Cybercrime by Stephen: yesterday at 07:53am
Share your opinions on whether Nigeria has taken a clear stance against the tide of G-boys/Yahoo boys who are doing great damage to the Nigerian brand internationally.

Sports / Anthony Joshua X Ruiz by Stephen: last week on Sat at 06:23pm
Who will will the match, at what round and do you predict a knock out?

Events / What Are Your Plans For Sunday? by Stephen: last week on Sat at 02:07pm
Let us share our Sunday plans and hear what fellow Naija people have to say about them.

Politics / What Are Your Thoughts On Sowore\'s Ordeals by Stephen: last week on Fri at 06:31pm
This is a totally open thread for you to bring out your opinion on Sowore\'s Ordeals with the DSS.

Politics / Is It Constitutional For Soldiers To Punish Civilians by Stephen: last week on Fri at 06:25pm
The Nigerian army was formed to served various purposes in the past, including protecting Colonial interests as well as served actively on the homeland during the various military regimes of the past.
Nonetheless Nigeria is one of few countries where Soldiers are like mini kings and can on a normal day punish Civilians and sometimes use their guns on Civilians in peace times.
What are your opinions on this. We will treat the matter of the police on another thread.

9jaforums / General / Re: Guide To Creating Posts (photos) by Stephen: last week on Fri at 05:03am
Step 4: Write your post and then publish it.
PS. Remember to tag Stephen or an appropriate moderator if your topic deserves to be on the Front page. Visit the following link for extra tips.

https://www.mynaijaforum.com/1316/guide-to-creating-a-good-post

9jaforums / General / Re: Guide To Creating Posts (photos) by Stephen: last week on Fri at 04:59am
Step 3: Select Create new Topic

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Step 1: Join mynaijaforum.com or sign in if you already have an account.

9jaforums / General / Guide To Creating Posts (photos) by Stephen: last week on Fri at 04:55am
Hello fellow Naija people, in this post I will guiding you on how to create posts on mynaijaforum.com.

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Set your password and then log in using the username and password you created. Then you are all set.

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Science/Technology / Re: Tesla\'s Cybertruck by Stephen: last week on Thu at 07:24pm
You can comment anonymously by logging in with username, Anonymous and password anonymous if you do not want Elon to know it was you.

Science/Technology / Tesla\'s Cybertruck by Stephen: last week on Thu at 07:22pm
Among the features Elon Muck bragged about the Cybertruck is how hard the Steel Exterior is going to be.
This is good for a hammer or a demolition vehicle, however this may detract from passenger safety as opposed to that of the vehicle in cases of accidents. The vehicle is still under development and we will soon get to know after the vehicle undergoes safety tests and begins shipping.

Events / #thursdaymotivation by Stephen: last week on Thu at 08:22am
Keep pushing, the week is almost over.

9jaforums / General / You Can Now Post Anonymously On Mynaijaforum.com by Stephen: last week on Thu at 08:01am
Username: Anonymous
Password: anonymous
To post anonymously on mynaijaforum.com, login with the username and password above. Without the hassle of registration on to conceal your identity.
NB. Abide by the rules when posting anonymously so that your post does not get deleted.

Science/Technology / Re: Sundar Pichai Takes Role As Alphabet Chief Executive by Stephen: last week on Thu at 05:31am

Science/Technology / Sundar Pichai Takes Role As Alphabet Chief Executive by Stephen: last week on Thu at 05:30am
Sundar Pichai who was prior Chief Executive of Google has now taken the reigns of Alphabet from the founding Duo, Larry Page and Sergei.
It remains to be known if he will handover the Google Chief Executive and to whom.
Comment in below on the changes you expect this move to bring to Tech and also your Country.

Events / Re: No Time To Die by Stephen: last week on Wed at 04:47pm
Comment below on when this has been true in your life, when dire situations have brought out the best in you.

Events / No Time To Die by Stephen: last week on Wed at 04:47pm
In the most dire circumstances of human history, those who persist have come up with the best things.

Computers / Re: When Do We Stop Building by Stephen: last week on Wed at 11:54am
Create an account to join the conversation

Events / Re: #golddigger by Stephen: last week on Wed at 11:32am
Sign up to join the comment on the latest trends

Events / #golddigger by Stephen: last week on Wed at 11:32am
Work hard and earnest. Don\'t sell out even if it doesn\'t work out it will feel totally worthwhile.

Events / #intelligenceissexy by Stephen: last week on Wed at 10:50am
Have you read a book today. Let us know your titles in the comments below. Remember to sign up to keep up with the trends.

Events / Re: #wednesdaymotivation by Stephen: last week on Wed at 08:50am
Comments

Events / #wednesdaymotivation by Stephen: last week on Wed at 08:45am
Everything peaks at the middle. Don\'t let your week be the exception #wednesdaymotivation

Events / #jostwitterhangout by Stephen: last week on Wed at 08:20am
So Jos can trend on Twitter. Comment in the local link below on how we can restore peace to Plateau

Events / #givingtuesday by Stephen: last week on Tue at 06:18pm
Let us know in the comments below what you have done to celebrate giving Tuesday

Phones / Re: #saveourdata by Stephen: last week on Tue at 01:54pm
Let us know your thoughts in the comments

Phones / #saveourdata by Stephen: last week on Tue at 01:50pm
Ways to reduce your data consumption or make your data plan last longer:
1Turn off your data when not in use
2 Use the lite version of various apps such as Twitter and LinkedIn
3 Consider using opera mini
4 Use WiFi when available, especially for your downloads
5 Opt for books over videos
6 Transfer things you want to download from others when possible

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Sports / Re: Beach Soccer Finals Live Updates by Stephen: last week on Tue at 10:05am
Portugal is Victorious! We have new Champions

Events / World Disability Day. by Stephen: last week on Tue at 09:58am
Sign up and share your thoughts below on how the world can be made equally accessible to those with disabilities.

Entertainment / Re: #tuesdaymotivation by Stephen: last week on Tue at 09:39am
Comments below

Entertainment / #tuesdaymotivation by Stephen: last week on Tue at 09:36am
You made it past Monday. Just do it on Tuesday.

Jokes / Re: #joschilling by Stephen: last week on Tue at 09:18am
Let us know your thoughts below

Jokes / #joschilling by Stephen: last week on Tue at 09:09am
Can it be Davido\'s missing the event that has brought this cold upon us? πŸ€”πŸ˜‚

Sports / Re: Beach Soccer Finals Live Updates by Stephen: last week on Tue at 01:25am
5-3 Portugal

Sports / Re: Beach Soccer Finals Live Updates by Stephen: last week on Tue at 01:14am
Free kick Goal Portugal!

Celebrities / Lionel Messi by Stephen: last week on Tue at 01:10am
Magical, magical Lionel Messi. Let\'s celebrate this magical little man as he receives his sixth Balon Di\'or.

Sports / Re: Beach Soccer Finals Live Updates by Stephen: last week on Tue at 01:04am
Goal! Jordan Santos. 4-1 Portugal

Sports / Re: Beach Soccer Finals Live Updates by Stephen: last week on Tue at 01:01am
Play resumes

Sports / Re: Beach Soccer Finals Live Updates by Stephen: last week on Tue at 12:59am
We are the break with Portugal leading possession by 61% and score 3 to 1

Sports / Beach Soccer Finals Live Updates by Stephen: last week on Tue at 12:53am
Russia beat Japan to win Bronze. The finals are on live between Portugal and Italy. With Italy leading by 3 goals to one. Live score updates below.

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Culture / How Did You Spend Your Diwali In Nigeria? by Stephen: last week on Mon at 05:17am
Let us know in the comments below how you spent your Diwali in Nigeria.

Culture / The Academic Stress Required For Average Living by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 07:18pm
There has become an unwritten rule that one has to gain a Higher Education to lead an average life as opposed to what it used to be when people genuinely interested in fields such as Mathematics, Economics or the scientists got in to Higher Institutions to satisfy real curiosity.
While an Education up to high school level is enough to give a man common sense, the indirect compulsion has resulted in the bouts of desperation such as using connections to gain admission, sex for marks, sorting etc.

History / Origin Of Nigerian Ethnicities by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 07:10pm
The Yoruba popular origin tale is of a progenitor falling from the sky, the Fulani story is not much better with a belief that they originated from a drop of milk that fell from the sky. The Igbos do not even have a general origin tale.
Scientific enquiry should be undertaken on the origins of the various peoples of Nigeria, it may result in a basis of Nationality as we may just be a Homogeneous people widely dispersed and who have different languages as a product of time, dispersion and separation

Education / Nollywood And Crime by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 07:05pm
It occurred to me that Nollywood never quite goes into stories of people working hard to get their wealth, also noteworthy is the part that it takes about 5 years in a Nollywood Film and suddenly the boy has “blown” as opposed to the 10 years it takes to advance in most trades or Academic careers.
Scriptwriters should write more scripts that glorify mentorship, academic rigour and of course the reward for earnest labour.

Literature / Adam Smith’s Books by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 06:59pm
I have been reading Adam Smiths “Wealth of Nations”, it’s a good read and I will recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about concepts such as the invisible hand, running an Industry and even on Career decisions, yes. You can get a soft copy for free from archive.org from the link below.
https://archive.org/details/thewealthofnatio00smituoft

Programming / The Truth About A Career In Programming by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 06:56pm
This article is on a career in programming in Languages such as basic Python, as opposed to one in Computer Science or Engineering .
Most people venture into programming believing that they just have to learn a programming language and suddenly come up with their Billion dollar product, the reality couldn’t be further for most. With the alarming failure rates of start-up, it lends wisdom for budding programmers to focus on a particular area such as Android, Web dev or AI etc and aim to become really good enough to qualify for work at an already established Software Company and then afterwards try their hands on their own Startups.
I hope this write up saves some kid about to jump into a major Career mistake.

Civil / Re: China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation Ltd. by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 02:30pm
Chuks-onah Benedict:Foreign investors are coming πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

It we can\'t beat them, we play along 😁

Ềmα»₯ Egu-Udele / Ala Nu Oo by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 02:16pm
Yes o. Egu-Udele a baa ne Online.

Education / Re: The Conference On Witchcraft Begins In Enugu Despite Opposition By Christians by BruncleZuma: last month on Sat 30 at 01:55pm
Chuks-onah Benedict:Hold up hold up hold up where they teaching them about witch craft or was this a meeting of witches and wizards or was this a set of normal people talking about witches


It is a conference geared towards discussing witches and wizards in an African context backed by science. I really don\'t understand what all the noise are about.

Autos / Re: Photos: 25 Year-old Nigerian, Jerry Mallo Designs, Builds And Unveils Nigerian First Carbon Fibre Ca by Chuks-onah Benedict: last month on Sat 30 at 09:11am
Wow wow wow hold up so we are making super cars now , nice

Civil / Re: China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation Ltd. by Chuks-onah Benedict: last month on Sat 30 at 09:10am
Foreign investors are coming πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

Education / Re: The Conference On Witchcraft Begins In Enugu Despite Opposition By Christians by Chuks-onah Benedict: last month on Sat 30 at 09:09am
Hold up hold up hold up where they teaching them about witch craft or was this a meeting of witches and wizards or was this a set of normal people talking about witches

Science/Technology / Re: Innoson Opens New Automated Bus Manufacturing Plant In Nnewi, Price Of New Hummer Bus Drops From ₦16 by Chuks-onah Benedict: last month on Sat 30 at 09:05am
This is nice ,it is good to finally see a Nigerian business man steping up to change a particular sector and reduce the price of something aa essential as transport vehicles

Sports / Re: Here Are The Results Of Thebeach Soccer Cup by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 08:32am
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Autos / Re: Photos: 25 Year-old Nigerian, Jerry Mallo Designs, Builds And Unveils Nigerian First Carbon Fibre Ca by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 05:41am
This guy should consider collaboration with Innoson, they bring in some know-how in mass production.

Autos / Photos: 25 Year-old Nigerian, Jerry Mallo Designs, Builds And Unveils Nigerian First Carbon Fibre Ca by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 05:38am
25-year-old Nigerian engineer, Jerry Mallo, has successfully designed and assembled Nigerian first carbon fibre car which he named ‘Bennie Purrie.’
The new car was unveiled at Transcorp Hilton in Abuja on Thursday, 28th November where the governor of Plateau state, Simon Lalung, chaired the occasion.
Speaking with newsmen on Friday after the unveiling of the car, the plateau born engineer said the car is not available yet adding that the first batch was only for testing and to notify the general public that such cars can be produced in Nigeria.
Mallo said he was inspired to create the sports car because Nigeria and Africa is a very big market for
luxury vehicles .
“In Europe, we learnt that making the car is just half of the challenge, and selling it is the other half; Africa is usually is the target place to sell these vehicles, so I feel there’s a big market for it here,” Mallo stated.
He also noted that the continent has all the required resources and raw materials used in manufacturing the products, sadly, the vehicles are rarely made in Africa, hence, the reason he thought to fill the void.
Speaking further on the reason he delved into creating such a luxurious vehicle, Mallo said there are a lot of hand-skilled individuals in Nigeria who are wasting away because the nation tends to favours the theoretical more than the practical.
He said he was challenged and had to do something “practically inclined” which would serve as a platform for other skilled persons to put their hands together and come up with beautiful products.
Mallo said Plateau State government under Simon Lalong has been very supportive, stressing that the governor was the chief unveiler of his newest invention.
He also stated that the government has been key to his success, stressing that the state has helped with publicity for his engineering firm.
According to him, it was the Plateau State government that organised the unveiling of Bennie Purrie.
He then added that in 2 years time, the car would be available at a cheap rate.
https://www.withinnigeria.com/amp/2019/11/29/photos-25-year-old-nigerian-jerry-mallo-designs-builds-and-unveils-nigerian-first-carbon-fibre-car-in-jos/

Science/Technology / Innoson Opens New Automated Bus Manufacturing Plant In Nnewi, Price Of New Hummer Bus Drops From ₦16 by Stephen: last month on Sat 30 at 05:26am
Innoson Vehicles Manufacturing Limited (IVM) has opened a new automated bus manufacturing plant in Nnewi, Anambra State. The automated plant has reduced the cost of new 15-17 seater Hummer bus from ₦16 million to ₦9 million.
In its efforts to cater for the demands of its customers, Innoson Vehicles Manufacturing Limited (IVM) has opened a new automated bus manufacturing plant in Nnewi, Anambra State.
The new plant was financed jointly by the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC) and the Bank of industry (BOI). It is the automaker’s third and the most advanced manufacturing plant yet.
The new plant was officially commissioned by the President of Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA), Hajiya Saratu Iya – Aliyu.
During the well attended event, the NACCIMA boss charged the government to patronise Innoson vehicles.
Related Post : Inside Innoson Industrial Complex Nnewi, Anambra State (Photos)
She said,
“I want to advise Nigerians, including state and federal governments, to massively patronise Innoson vehicles.
“The kind of vehicles manufactured here can march any vehicle produced anywhere in the world. I am elated to be part of this history-making venture.”
She said supporting indigenous businesses, such as
IVM, will create jobs and reduce unemployment.
The NACCIMA boss also announced that in recognition of Chief Innocent Chukwuma’s giant strides in the nation’s auto manufacturing industry, the CEO of IVM will now head the chamber’s automobile sectoral group.
She said his appointment “will ensure that the country does not become a dumping ground for used and obsolete vehicles.”
“When you look at the vehicles being imported into the country as fairly used, you cannot clearly confirm that those vehicles are good enough for our people; You cannot be sure that it would last. So Innoson, being a manufacturer, is in a better position to find out if those vehicles still have life in them,”
Related Post : Nigerian Unveils Carbon Fibre “Bennie Purrie” Sports Car That Comes With Gullwing Doors (Photos & Video)
Speaking at the event, CEO of IVM, Chief Innocent Chukwuma revealed some of the benefits of the newly installed plant.
He said,
“The major attendant benefit of this automated plant is that it will definitely reduce production cost. I am glad to announce that this newly installed plant has successfully reduced the cost of a brand new 15-17 seater Hummer bus from ₦16 million to ₦9 million.
“We intend to duplicate the success of this production line to other production lines. We shall not stop until an average Nigerian can comfortably purchase a brand new vehicle,”
He added that,
“We are now in a stronger position to produce and deliver large numbers of vehicles on demand. Of course, you are aware that no vehicle manufacturer produces, stocks and waits for buyers. Auto plants produce on demand.”
The new plant will take vehicle production to a more advanced level with flexibility, efficiency, increased capacity and considerable reduction in the prices.
Among IVM’s vehicle models are the five-seaters Fox and umu, 15-17 seater Hummer bus and well as the mini-bus Uzo.
Innoson currently manufactures sedans, SUVs, small buses, luxury buses, pickup trucks and ambulances .
https://autojosh.com/innoson-opens-new-automated-bus-manufacturing-plant-in-nnewi/

Sports / Re: Here Are The Results Of Thebeach Soccer Cup by Tim Jenny: last month on Sat 30 at 02:11am
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9jaforums / General / Re: Notification: I Will Be Posting New Content Every Night by Tim Jenny: last month on Sat 30 at 02:09am
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Education / Re: The Conference On Witchcraft Begins In Enugu Despite Opposition By Christians by Stephen: last month on Fri 29 at 03:21pm
BruncleZuma:I wonder how that will play out.

Thank you for joining the Forum BruncleZuma. I promise better topics and to invite more people so it becomes more like Nairaland as opposed to talking to yourself in an apparently empty house.
:) . And of cause you can bring your own topics (front page is almost guaranteed) and also invite people

Education / Re: The Conference On Witchcraft Begins In Enugu Despite Opposition By Christians by BruncleZuma: last month on Fri 29 at 02:13pm
I wonder how that will play out.

Politics / Re: Army Frees 978 Detained Boko Haram Suspects by BruncleZuma: last month on Fri 29 at 02:10pm
Well well well what is happening here?

9jaforums / General / Re: Welcome To Mynaija Forums by Stephen: last month on Thu 28 at 01:57pm
Roman Forums used to be the centre of meetings in ancient Rome. They used to be centres of commerce. MyNaija Forum aims to be the same for Nigerians.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Forum

Sports / Re: Here Are The Results Of Thebeach Soccer Cup by Stephen: last month on Thu 28 at 11:00am
Nigeria is participating.

Sports / Here Are The Results Of Thebeach Soccer Cup by Stephen: last month on Thu 28 at 11:00am
The Beach Soccer World Cup is still on going at Paraguay. Here are the results so far.
Date K.O Time Heat Match Result
21/Nov/2019 16:15 Group Stage - Group B Italy -
Tahiti 12 - 4
21/Nov/2019 17:50 Group Stage - Group A Switzerland - USA 8 - 6
21/Nov/2019 19:25 Group Stage - Group B Uruguay -
Mexico 1 - 0
21/Nov/2019 21:00 Group Stage - Group A Paraguay -
Japan 4 - 5
22/Nov/2019 16:15 Group Stage - Group C Senegal -
Russia 7 - 8
22/Nov/2019 17:50 Group Stage - Group D Portugal -
Nigeria 10 - 1
22/Nov/2019 19:25 Group Stage - Group C Belarus -
UAE 5 - 1
22/Nov/2019 21:00 Group Stage - Group D Brazil - Oman 8 - 2
23/Nov/2019 16:15 Group Stage - Group B Tahiti - Mexico 6 - 1
23/Nov/2019 17:50 Group Stage - Group A USA -
Japan 3 - 4
23/Nov/2019 19:25 Group Stage - Group B Uruguay -
Italy 4 - 3
23/Nov/2019 21:00 Group Stage - Group A Paraguay -
Switzerland 6 - 7 (AET)
24/Nov/2019 16:15 Group Stage - Group C Russia -
UAE 1 - 4
24/Nov/2019 17:50 Group Stage - Group D Nigeria -
Oman 5 - 6
24/Nov/2019 19:25 Group Stage - Group C Belarus -
Senegal 2 - 7
24/Nov/2019 21:00 Group Stage - Group D Brazil - Portugal 9 - 7
25/Nov/2019 16:15 Group Stage - Group B Mexico -
Italy 2 - 6
25/Nov/2019 17:50 Group Stage - Group A Japan -
Switzerland 5 - 3
25/Nov/2019 19:25 Group Stage - Group B Tahiti - Uruguay 6 - 4
25/Nov/2019 21:00 Group Stage - Group A USA -
Paraguay 1 - 5
26/Nov/2019 16:15 Group Stage - Group C UAE -
Senegal 1 - 3
26/Nov/2019 17:50 Group Stage - Group D Oman - Portugal 1 - 3
26/Nov/2019 19:25 Group Stage - Group C Russia -
Belarus 5 - 3
26/Nov/2019 21:00 Group Stage - Group D Nigeria -
Brazil 2 - 12
28/Nov/2019 16:15 Quarter-finals Brazil - Russia 0 - 0
28/Nov/2019 17:50 Quarter-finals Senegal -
Portugal 0 - 0
28/Nov/2019 19:25 Quarter-finals Italy -
Switzerland 0 - 0
28/
https://www.beachsoccer.com/results

Civil / Re: China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation Ltd. by Stephen: last month on Thu 28 at 10:23am
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Civil / China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation Ltd. by Stephen: last month on Thu 28 at 10:20am
Have you head of the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation Ltd?
This company in 2014 won the bid for building a double track standard gauge railway from Lagos to Kano, in Nigeria.
Other projects they have undertaken Worldwide include:
In 2009, CCECC completed both bores of the 8.6 km Carmel Tunnels in Haifa, Israel.

In 2014, CCECC completed both bores of the 4.6 km Gilon tunnel on the 23 km Acre–Carmiel line under construction in northern Israel.

In 2014, CCECC won a contract to build Carlebach underground station of Tel Aviv Light Rail.

In 2015, CCECC won a contract to build underground stations and to bore tunnels of eastern part of Tel Aviv Light Rail.

This is a Company to look out for in the future of Nigerian infrastructure as China continues to play a greater role in field of Infrastructure globally.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Civil_Engineering_Construction_Corporation

Politics / How Inclusive Is The Leadership In Nigeria by Stephen: last month on Thu 28 at 09:58am
Nigeria needs the best of its Citizens at the helm of its affairs. Sometimes even they may not be qualified enough to handle the dire situation our Economy faces particularly. \"Minority\" regions have been left out almost completely in issues of National Government and almost reduced to Colonies, regions decimated during uprisings no longer count in deciding who rules.
These are my thoughts. What are yours and what do you think is the way forward?

9jaforums / General / Notification: I Will Be Posting New Content Every Night by Stephen: last month on Thu 28 at 07:32am
Come online at 7pm daily.

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Politics / Army Frees 978 Detained Boko Haram Suspects by Stephen: last month on Wed 27 at 06:55pm
The Nigerian Army on Wednesday released 983 suspects cleared of links with Boko Haram insurgents.

Maj.-Gen. Olusegun Adeniyi, the Theater Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole (OPLD), made the disclosure in Maiduguri at the formal handing over of the suspects to the Borno State Government.

Adeniyi disclosed that the suspects comprised of 978 males and five females.

He said that the affected persons were detained at a military facility over suspected links with the insurgents.

Adeniyi explained that the suspects were cleared by the Joint Investigative Panel set up by the authorities.

The commander added that the detainees were cleared of any links with insurgents and certified fit for reintegration with their families and society.

“The release of the detainees mark a milestone in the Operation Lafiya Dole to defeat insurgency and restore peace to the region.

”The Federal Government implemented the Operation Safe Corridor to encourage insurgents to surrender for rehabilitation and integration into the society.

“I call on the insurgents to surrender to enable them benefit from opportunities of the programme. Their aim for a caliphate will not be actualize, I call on the insurgents to surrender.

“Let Shekau and Albarnawi to die alone, they are defeated and you should not die with them,” Adeniyi said.

While commending the Borno Government over its support to the military, Adeniyi advocated for skill training programme to enable the released suspects to learn trades and engage in productive activities.

Gov. Babagana Zulum of Borno commended the gesture, adding that “the event is significant in paving the way to end insurgency”.

“It also signalled the beginning of peace in the state”.

Zulum called on the people to accept the released detainees, stressing that they were proved to be free and innocent sequel to investigations conducted by the investigative committee.

He called on the military to adopt proactive measures to release innocent persons in its facilities in accordance with the laws.

Zulum said that the affected persons would be transfer to the Borno State Rehabilitation Center, Bulumkutu, before reintegration with their families and society.

The governor added that the state government would provide skill training and empowerment support to enable them to engage in productive activities.

Zulum further commended the military and other security agencies over their sacrifices and contributions in the counter insurgency campaign and peace building process in the state.

Also speaking, Ahmed Jidda, one of the released detainees, thanked God for regaining his freedom.

Jidda, who hailed from Adamawa, said he was detained for about three years at the military facility.

He noted that the military authority had adopted proactive measures to take care of their need and improvement of the well being of the inmates.

“We are fed, sheltered and clothed. Nobody abused or maltreated us at the center,” he said.

Jidda commended the committee which established their innocence, adding that he was happy to be reunited with his family.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nan.ng/news/army-frees-978-detained-boko-haram-suspects/amp/
https://www.nairaland.com/5552490/army-frees-978-detained-boko

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