The Defence Headquarters says troops of Operation Whirl Stroke have raided a weapon fabrication factory at Wukari in Taraba and apprehended two suspected gunrunners.

The Director of Defence Media Operations, Maj.-Gen. Musa Danmadami, in a statement on Saturday, said the troops acted on credible intelligence.

Danmadami said the troops on Friday recovered two GPMG, one KPM, four AK 47 rifles, three pistols, one PKT, five 9mm ammunitions, two 7.63 x 54 ammunition, seven rifle butts and several parts of different rifles.

Controversial Nigerian skit maker and brand influencer, Mandy Kiss has solicited the opinion of her fans on her marriage potential.

This is coming weeks after she publicly confessed that she used to juggle skit-making with call girl services.

Taking to her social media page recently, the controversial thespian asked her fans whether they will accept for their relatives to marry her despite her past history as a “hook-up girl.”

She queried, “If your brother brings me home as his wife, will you accept me?”

Reacting, some fans said it’s not fair to judge people solely based on their past while others insisted that it’s unfair for people to go scot-free of the consequences of their past nonchalant actions.

Ahead of his wife Chioma Rowland’s birthday, popularly singer, Davido has reaffirmed his undying love for the chef.

Chioma will turn 28 tomorrow, May 1, 2023.

In an early birthday message shared via his Instagram page on Sunday, Davido promised to love Chioma forever.

The ‘Assurance’ crooner described Chioma as his “right hand” and “go to”.

He wrote, “Today I just want to celebrate my right hand! My go to! Happy birthday baby @thechefchi! God bless you. Your love is timeless. It’s a forever thing I ASSURE YOU!”

Recalls that Davido, a few months ago, disclosed that he married Chioma shortly after their son, Ifeanyi downed in a swimming pool accident at his Banana Island mansion last November.

Gunmen have k!lled a soldier and kidnapped his colleague, leaving behind a motorcycle the two soldiers used to convey themselves to Idadu Army camp, along Ibbabu-Idadu in Doma local government area of Nasarawa State.

The soldier killed was said to be in mufti, according to a source, his colleague was also abducted when they were ambushed by the gunmen and taken to an unknown destination.

The source explained that bandits have formed a habit of terrorizing farmers, market women and men on market days at Ibbabu-Idadu, robbing them of their belongings and in some cases raping women.

The source said the army officer killed by the gunmen hailed from Gombe State and was attached to Idadu army camp in Doma.

The Police Command in Imo State has confirmed the arrest of 9 members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the Sector Commander of a dreadful IPOB/ESN syndicate Mathew Chuwkuma 48yrs ‘m’ of Mpam Ahaizu Mbaise LGA, Imo State.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of the Command, Henry Okoye, confirmed the arrest in a statement made available to DAILY POST in Owerri, Imo State.

The police spokesman said the arrest is is “sequel to the attack on Police Officers on patrol assigned to the Ngor-Okpala/Mbaise Area Command at Ngor-Okpala, Imo State on April 21, 2023 by hoodlums suspected to be members of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and its militia affiliate, Eastern Security Network (ESN), where four brave police officers lost their lives, the Commissioner of Police, Imo state, CP

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has told the opposition parties to stop their griping over the 2023 presidential election and accept defeat over the election they lost woefully.

Mohammed added that both Peter Obi of the Labour Party and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party lost the election due to overconfidence and complacency.

In a statement issued in Abuja on Sunday by his Special Assistant (Media), Segun Adeyemi, the Minister said, “Mr President’s analysis on the reasons for the opposition’s loss in the 2023 elections was incontrovertible.

“President Buhari deserves nothing but accolades for delivering undoubtedly the best election in Nigeria’s history, adding that the tempestuous but predictable reaction to the President’s comments by the opposition has shown them for what they are: shameless sore losers.

The Chairman, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, on Saturday said the Mission in Egypt was making arrangements for the payment of visa fees for stranded Nigerians at the border of the country.

The Federal Government had on Friday called on relevant authorities along contiguous borders of Sudan to create a humane condition for about 7,000 nationals, including Nigerians, to have unfettered access to their various destinations.

Dabiri-Erewa, who made this call, said the nationals were not being allowed to cross the border into Egypt since their arrival on Thursday evening.