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Military Resumes Airstrikes in Imo state

There was panic in Imo state on Friday as security operatives resumed airstrikes in the state.

The military bombardment was reported to have been initiated against those terrorising the state.

The airstrikes, which took place in Amuzi and Odenkwume communities in the Ihitte/Uboma Local Government Area and some neighbouring communities in the Ihitte/Uboma LGA of the state caused the natives to flee their homes.

An indigene of the area told The Punch, “There is an ongoing military airstrike in Odenkwume and Amuzi communities in Obowo and their neighbouring communities in Ihitte/Uboma LGA.

“They have continued to attack the communities in search of gunmen suspected to be ESN (Eastern Security Network) members, thereby putting the people of the area in fear."

NASS told to probe military plane crashes

Mr Peter Esele, a former ally of Gov. Godwin Obaseki of Edo State, says the National Assembly should probe the causes of recent military plane crashes in the country.

Esele said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Benin, on Saturday, while reacting to the death of the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt-Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru and other top military officers in a plane clash on Friday.

He noted that Friday’s military plane crash was the third this year, with a total of 20 lives lost so far.

“It’s unfortunate that the COAS, the number one soldier in the country, was being flown in an aircraft that may not be properly maintained.

“Recall that the Vice President of the country some time ago, was involved in a plane crash, but luckily he survived it.

“But no commission was set up to ascertain the reason for this increasing crashes with the aim of mitigating future occurrences."

Yoruba nation agitators storm Akure for rally

Hundreds of agitators have arrived in Akure, Ondo State to demand Yoruba nation.

According to The Punch, the agitators held a rally in the state capital, Akure, displaying banners showing their demand.

Masquerades also joined the agitators during the protest.

A spokesman for Ilana Omo Oodua, the group coordinating the rally, Maxwell Adeleye, said, “We are in Akure to demand Yoruba Nation. We want a Yoruba nation and we are ready to gain that peacefully.

“We are tired of the oppression. we are saying that there is nothing to restructure again in Nigeria."

Herders defile Southern Governors ban on open grazing in the region.

Herdsmen have continued to defile the orders of the Abia State government and its southern counterparts despite the ban on open grazing by the southern Governor’s forum.

Investigation by The Nation Nigeria has it that regardless of the signing into law of the anti-open grazing law by the Abia State governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, herders have continued to openly rear their cows in almost across the 17 local government areas of the state

Sources with the Abia North, Abia Central and Abia South Senatorial Districts of the state, also confirmed the presence of the Herders in their local government and Senatorial zones.

Sources: The Punch, Daily Post and The Nation Nigeria