ISWAP frees Yobe official, one other after 4 months – Daily Post Nigeria
NECO begs Niger govt to pay exam fees of candidates who sat for 2021 SSCE exams
Teachers in Kogi earn as low as N6,000 – NUT chairman
Ex-Oyo governor, Ladoja loses special assistant on traditional matters, Ladoja
Reps reject bill to allow Nigerians sue govt over lack of food, others
Poor budgetary funding responsible for underdevelopment in FCT – Sen Kyari
2023: North Central has performed, time to produce president – Saraki to Ortom
Zamfara APC: We have not received any petition from aggrieved members – Committee
N656bn bailout: Buhari a caring leader, PDP govt didn’t help states – BMO
APC Crisis: Party has no chairman in Enugu – Stakeholders alert on impending danger
2023: Shun sentiments in choosing political leaders – PDP Chieftain to Akwa Ibom people
Ogun customs seizes 7,000 bags of rice, used toys, illicit drugs, others
Five suspected kidnappers arrested in Ogun
Suspected Fulani militia kill two in Plateau
Corpse of kidnap victim in Kwara community discovered in forest
Secondary school students attack DPO in Ogun
Eggs now luxury, I fear for Nigerian masses – Actress, Uche Elendu
Buhari helped South East than PDP – Kenneth Okonkwo replies critics
Grammy Award nominees unveiled as Justin Bieber, others bag eight nominations each
Baba Suwe lived a fulfilled life – Sanwo-Olu
Femi Kuti, son Made nominated for 2022 Grammy Award
EPL: Luis Enrique picked as next Man United manager
EPL: PSG responds to Man United’s move to poach Pochettino
EPL: Pochettino informs PSG of decision on Man Utd offer
La Liga: Benzema gets suspended jail term in sex tape trial
UCL: I don’t care what you say about me – Thomas Tuchel fires back at Pochettino
The Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP) has released Ali Shehu a.k.a. Mai Lalle, a Yobe State Government staff.
The liaison officer was freed alongside his associate identified as Mustapha.
On July 24, ISWAP seized Ali, Mustapha and two Nigerian soldiers along the Maiduguri-Damaturu road.
They were ambushed near Jakana village, 41 kilometres to Maiduguri, the Borno capital
Ali was taken from an official Toyota Hilux conveying diesel purchased for use in Yobe liaison office in Maiduguri due to prolonged power outage.
“It was not clear who negotiated with ISWAP to secure their release”, an intelligence officer told PRNigeria on Friday.
The former hostages have been reunited with their families after undergoing security profiling.
Embrace global agenda of UHC – Buhari tells ECOWAS countries
Tordue Salem: NUJ condemns killing of Vanguard reporter
NLC in Yobe kicks against 10% deduction from workers salaries to boost education
NDLEA takes ‘War Against Drug Abuse’ campaign to traditional institutions in Yobe
Niger govt raises alarm over presence of ISWAP terrorists
Yobe govt announces 10% deduction in workers’ salaries to boost education
Help rescue education from catastrophic decay in Yobe – Govt begs civil servants
Military jets bomb ISWAP members collecting tax in Borno
Copyright © Daily Post Media Ltd