Today's Headlines: Buhari Mourns The Death Of Garba Mohammed; Boko Haram Fighters Burn U.N. Facilities


The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has expressed his heartfelt condolences, to the family of the late Emir of Lere in Kaduna State, Brig. Gen. Garba Mohammed (Rtd).

The late Emir served as the former Military Governor of the then Sokoto state, while he was alive from August 1985 to late December of 1987. The President prayed for the departure of his soul to the Land beyond, he was saddened by the news as he consoles the entire Lere Emirates council, Government, and the people of Kaduna State.

The late Emir of Lere was described by the President to be a humble man, someone with high regard and reputable among his peers and also in the society. The President prayed that God will accept his soul and grants him Jannah Firdaus.

Boko Haram Fighters Burn United Nations Facilities in Borno State

According to Sahara Reporters, the Boko Haram sect terrorizing the northeastern part of Nigeria has tempered with the Properties of an international organization, known as the United Nations.

The terrorist group attacks the compound of the United Nations at Damasak town in Borno on Saturday, setting the place ablaze and forcing aid workers (Humanitarians) to come out and flee for their dare lives.

The United Nations is yet to react to this bad news, the destruction of their properties and endangerment of their Humanitarians workers, but I know it won't be a funny story when the UN faces the Boko Haram sect squarely. What are your thoughts on this, all I know is that Boko Haram is in trouble?