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Young boy’s throat cut by his friends at an IDP camp in Borno (Photos)

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According to Dan-Borno who shared these photos on twitter, this little boy was lured to a corner by some of his friends, who attacked him with a sharp object. One of them managed to cut his throat but thankfully it wasn’t fatal. The quick intervention of an elderly person saved the young boy’s life.

Dan-Borno said attacks are becoming frequent and government has to start a re-orientation of the people in various IDP camps so that we don’t unknowingly breed a new crop of insurgents whose minds have become radicalized because of their circumstances…

Source: Linda Ikeji’s blog

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  1. KELVIN

    February 21, 2016 at 7:53 pm

    Most of this guys in IDP are the prospective BH.They couldnt finalize their training befoe the military apprehended them otherwise why should the little ones know how to slash human throat.That exactly their trade mark…

  2. Wuraola Adesina

    February 21, 2016 at 10:34 pm

    OMG! The security agents needs to carry out immediate screening in all IDP camps to arrest this situation. His attackers are nothing other than “Bokoharam” incarnate. A stitch in time saves many please.

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D’banj backs #EndSARS protesters, says “I know what it means to lose a child”

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Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo (born 9 June 1980), better known by his stage name D’banj has said he stands in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are condemning police brutality and raising awareness about the extrajudicial killings carried out by SARS operatives in Nigeria.

The singer who lost his son two years ago said he understands the pain of losing one’s child so he can relate to the pains Nigerians feel about the death of young Nigerians.

He wrote:

I know what it means to be in pain, to lose a child and a loved one, so I know the pain my brothers and sisters are going through and my heart is heavy

I pray God grants us the healing and restoration we so deeply need in our country and that our lights can once again shine
As a Nigerian youth,I try my best to never give up especially when it seems the hardest, so I urge you to do the same.

I stand in solidarity with the Nigerian youth. I stand for restructuring of the Nation system
On that note,we move, we never give up,till we get to the top of the world!
ABUJA ;pls where is the location for the ?? #ReformtheNation #EndSars

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Suspected hoodlums set cars ablaze after clashing with Abuja #EndSARS protesters

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Suspected hoodlums attacked EndSARS protesters and set some vehicles on fire at Kabusa Junction in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja today October 19.

According to a Nigerian man who recorded the video posted online, the cars destroyed belong to car dealers who have showrooms in Apo.

The thugs reportedly stormed the area riding on motorcycles and armed with machetes and other weapons. They attacked the protesters and reportedly went on to set fire to the cars owned by the car dealers.

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Davido Celebrates Son, Ifeanyi Jr As He Clocks One Year Old

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Nigerian singer, David Adeleke best known as Davido is marking his son’s first birthday, Ifeanyi Adeleke Jr. today October 20, 2020.

The singer who had the child a year ago with his fiancee, Chioma Rowland took to social media this morning to shower praises on his son as he blessed the day he came into the world.

Davido and his son, ifeanyi

Davido wrote on Twitter, “Happy birthday to my beloved son DAVID IFEANYI ADEDEJI ADELEKE Jr !!! Today a king was born!! Prince!! May you become more than me in Jesus name! LOVE YOU SON Red heart.”

This is coming amidst the #EndSARs protest, one in which the singer is actively involved in.

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