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 Bandits raid Bayelsa hospital

 Two Bandits on Tuesday attacked Diete Koiki Memorial Hospital in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, carting away valuables and cash. The incident reportedly occurred early Tuesday morning around 3 am. 

 DAILY POST gathered that they carted away valuables belonging to patients on admission and doctors on call. It was also gathered that the hoodlums scaled the fence to gain entry into the premises of the hospitals. 

 Niger govt urges citizens to be security conscious

   Photo Credit: Daily Post The Niger State Government has called on the people of the state to be vigilant, security conscious and report all suspicious characters, movements or objects to security agents.

 The State Secretary to the Government, SSG, Alh Ahmed Ibrahim Matane, stated this in Minna, the state capital. He explained that security is everybody’s business and all hands must be on deck in complementing the state government’s efforts toward safeguarding lives and property of citizens. 

 Nnamdi Kanu: IPOB declares another sit-at-home September 14.

 The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has ordered another sit-at-home on September 14. 

 IPOB’s Director of State, DOS, ordered the sit-at-home to remember those allegedly killed in Afaraukwu, Abia State in 2018 by Nigerian soldiers.

 The separatist group said that Nigerian soldiers had in 2018 desecrated the traditional stool of Afaraukwu. A statement by the Head of IPOB’s DOS, Chika Edozien, said the September 14 sit-at-home has been tagged “day of civil disobedience.”

 Malaria putting pressure on govt resources – Buni laments 

  Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni has said the effects of malaria is putting pressure on government resources, income of many households as well as causing low productivity thereby affecting the entire health system. 

 The governor on Tuesday said this when he received the National Coordinator for Malaria Elimination Programme, Dr. Obot, on an advocacy visit at the Government House, Damaturu.

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