Borno: Govnor Zulum reopens the road that closes it for insecurity reasons 3 years later
Borno State Governor Babagana Zulum on Friday reopened the 137-kilometre Maiduguri-Dikwa-Mafa-Gamboru Ngala road to motorists three years after it was closed due to insecurity concerns.
Three years ago, the government closed the road after several attacks on the towns of Dikwa, Mafa and Gamboru Ngala, which paralyzed economic activities in the region.
For the special reopening ceremony, the governor cut tape to give the green light to users, who must say that the pipo will use the road in accordance with the law and that they must also cooperate fully with the security pipo.
This road is one of the most important and busiest in northeastern Nigeria, as it connects this region to Cameroon, Chad and the Republic of Niger.
After the ceremony, Governor Zulum visits the town of Dikwa where he has suffered several terrorist attacks in the past to ensure people start using the road.
The governor has also donated 18 vehicles to the security police and vigilantes to support the work of dia as they continue to patrol the road.
For his part, the theater commander of Operation Hadin Kai counter terrorism for northeastern Nigeria, General Christopher Musa announces the reopening of the sweet im bele road.
General Musa adds that it is a great achievement for Pipo to continue using this route after 3 years.
Even though the Nigerian military says they are making gains against Boko Haram and ODA terrorists who are disrupting northern Nigeria, the attacks are still happening and still working.
A few weeks ago, Boko Haram attacked a military formation for Biu in Borno State, killing soldiers and destroying property.
A few days ago, they planted a bomb in the same town of Biu, where they killed Civilian Joint Task Force Secretary Ibrahim Saidu.
The federal government discovers that Pipo wey finances terrorists
Recently the government of Di Nigeria said they are not torches and discovered 96 pipo wey di are funding terrorist organization like Boko Haram and Islamic State of West Africa Province for di kontri.
Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Muhammed, sped off to Abuja, the Nigerian capital, and touched the light on what the government is doing to fight corruption.
E say Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) for 2020-2021 reveals 96 Terrorism Financier and 424 Dia Associates and Supporters and 123 Businesses, 33 Bureau de Change also got hand for Terrorism Mata.
Additionally, the thread suggests that it fails to identify 26 suspected bandits/kidnappers and seven co-conspirators and arrests 4 suspects who will soon face prosecution and seize their assets.
Oga Lai says that the government has not put many measures to verify terrorist financing for the control and linkage between BVN and national identification numbers as part of counter terrorist financing efforts.
Oga Lai says that the NFIU obtains intelligence exchanges with Boko Haram, ISWAP, banditry, kidnappings and odas in the 19 countries and that during the same period, 2020-2021, the organization has achieved US$103,722,102.83, £3,000; 7,695 Singapore dollars and 1,091 euros to 11 countries of victims wey enta Naija.
Nigerians keep hoping to say that all these revelations will eventually lead to the end of Boko Haram for over 10 years now.