Defend your land, bishop tells Southern Kaduna, 38 victims buried

No rarer than 38 people, who were murdered by bandits on Sunday evening in Madamai community, Southern Kaduna, were buried on Thursday.

The victims were buried  at Malagum 1, Kagoro in the Kaura Local Government Area of Kaduna State   after a funeral service presided over by the  Catholic Bishop of Kafanchan,  Julius Kundi.

In  his sermon, the cleric urged the people of southern Kaduna to unite.

The Catholic Bishop advised the  people to unite and fight  terrorists that had rendered  many of them  homeless.

Kundi stated, “Here before us are victims of terrorism. This service was organised to strengthen us to stand firm  and  defend our land against the killers.”

The Senator representing Southern Kaduna Senatorial District, Senator Danjuma La’ah, advised Southern Kaduna people to defend themselves against the terrorist herdsmen.

He charged the people to remain vigilant.  He called on government to take proactive measures in securing the lives and properties.

La’ah noted that the carnage inflicted on the Southern Kaduna clearly showed that there was nobody to defend them.

Laah stated,  “We’re not here to react to the killings but to give a befitting burial to our loved ones and make the whole world know what’s happening to us.”

The Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Kaduna State, Reverend Joseph Hayab, said that  Southern Kaduna  was tired of losing its loved ones.

He noted that the senatorial district was tired of writing press statements and organising press conferences.

Also, the President of the Southern Kaduna Peoples Union,  Jonathan Asake, called on the Federal Government to declare bandits as terrorists.

He noted that the so-called bandits had brought down a fighter jets. He asked, “What else does the government want?”

“While they are using terrorists to supplant people of our community, we have always known their agenda. It is to weaken us and take over our ancestral lands and bring in foreign people.

Asake maintained that the people of Southern Kaduna had no place to go, stressing the land was given to them by God, adding that nobody could displace them.

The president further said that herdsmen were attacking the people of Southern Kaduna because of the protection they were enjoying  from  the present government.

He said, “The present leadership of Southern Kaduna and their elites will write and keep all the atrocities meted out to them for their children to know that the kind of injustices perpetrated against their parents.

He said the 38 victims buried were testimonies  of what had been going on for long in the area.

According to him, over 104 communities have been displaced. He  added many  schools had been closed for over four years.

He called on the state government to pay gratuities of thousands of civil servants it sacked. He disclosed that some of them had already died without receiving their entitlements.

Asake stated, “Most of them have to withdraw their children from schools. Some of them are on life-support in  hospitals, while some of them have to relocate to the villages because they cannot afford to pay their rents.”

He added that the state government had gone ahead  to balkanize the chiefdoms in Southern Kaduna.

Asake  added, “Out of the 18 district heads, one of them has been uplifted and given the status of an Emir over a community that is almost 100 per cent non-Muslim.”

Speciald herdsmen had on Sunday and Monday attacked  communities in Zango Kataf and Kaura local government areas, where they killed a total of 48 people. On Tuesday, three more corpses were discovered bringing the death toll to 51.

The president on Nigeria Buhari increases teachers’ salaries, elongates service year to 40

The federal government has confirmed President Muhammadu Buhari’s approval of salary increment for teachers in Nigeria.

Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba announced that teachers will begin to enjoy increased pay from January 2022.

The official made the disclosure on Thursday in Abuja at a symposium organised by the Ministry of Education.

The event was part of activities to mark the forthcoming 2021 World Teachers Day.

Nwajiuba, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Sonny Echono said work is being concluded on the enhanced salary structure.

The government announced other incentives such as allowances, housing, training and elongation of service year from 35 to 40.

“The President has approved the enhanced salary structure and we will finish it very soon. The president specifically approved that it should take effect from 2022.

“We are doing all to finish it to ensure that by January 2022, teachers should get the remuneration they deserve.

“We are fast tracking the process of implementation to see that by the end of year we will be able to tell Mr President that all the incentives he has approved are ready for implementation”, Nwajiuba assured.

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Buhari felicitates with China on 72nd anniversary

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) has sent a goodwill message to President Xi Jinping on the 72nd Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China on October 1.
The President in a statement by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, on Thursday in Abuja lauded 50 years of robust diplomatic relationship between Nigeria and China, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.
He noted that the relationship had been yielding benefits for both countries. The president said he looked forward to the uplift of the bilateral ties between the two nations.The statement read in part: “On the occasion of the 72nd Anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, I would like to extend my warmest congratulations on behalf of the people and Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“The past 50 years have witnessed a rapid development of Nigeria-China relations. The bilateral cooperation has yielded fruitful results, bringing tangible benefits to the two countries and their peoples.
“Nigeria highly commends the tremendous strides in poverty eradication and the great success in building a moderately prosperous society in all respects achieved by China under the strong leadership of the Communist Party of China, which just celebrated its centenary anniversary this year.
“I attach great importance to Nigeria-China relations. While the meeting of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) will be convened soon this year, I am looking forward to working with you within the framework of FOCAC, to uplift the bilateral relations to a new level.
“Please accept, Your Excellency, our warmest congratulations and the assurances of my personal regards.”

BREAKING: Resident Burnt Alive, Many Policemen Missing as Bandits Stage Fresh Attack in Northern State

September 30, 2021 9:01 AM

  • Bandits have reportedly burnt a resident to death in a deadly attack on Sabon Birni local government area of Sokoto state
  • Two others burnt by the bandits have been rushed to the hospital, according to Sa’idu Ibrahim, the state lawmaker representing the area
  • Ibrahim added that two persons were shot while many policemen were also missing in the aftermath of the attack

Sabon Birni LGA, Sokoto state – Armed bandits have launched a fresh attack in Sabon Birni local government area of Sokoto state, burning a resident

Daily Trust reported that many policemen were also unaccounted for in the attack which occurred on Wednesday, September 29.

Insecurity: Resident Burnt Alive, Many Policemen Missing as Bandits Stage Fresh Attack in Sokoto
Bandits on Wednesday, September 29, attacked Sabon Birni local government area of Sokoto state. Photo credit: Am Waziri Tambuwal

Confirming the incident, the member representing Sabon Birni East constituency at the state House of Assembly, Sa’idu Ibrahim, said the bandits were now targeting security formations in the area.

His 6words:

“They are now looking for where security operatives are stationed because their morale was boosted by their recent attack on a military formation at Dama where many soldiers, policemen and Civil Defence officers were killed.

“So they are now attacking places where they know military, police or other paramilitary camped.

“They shot two persons, including a woman and burnt three others who hid in a grain store; one of them died instantly while the other two are receiving treatment in the hospital.”

The lawmaker said the bandits invaded Gatawa because of the presence of the “Operation Puff Ader” camp in the area.

He also added:

“As I am talking to you now, many policemen are still missing. We don’t know whether they were abducted or ran away.”

It was also reported that an attack by armed bandits on a Nigerian military camp in Sabon Birni local government area of Sokoto state many personnel died

The bandits attacked the base, codenamed “Burkusuma Camp”, in the early hours of Friday, September 24.

Colonel Garba Moyi (rtd), the Sokoto state commissioner for carriers and security matters who confirmed the incident, wasn’t sure of the number of casualties. Residents of the area and security sources revealed that the gunmen in their large numbers attacked the base, killing an unknown number of military personnel.

Declare bandits as terrorists, Senate tells Buhari

Meanwhile, the Senate has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to declare bandits terrorising the northern part of the country (Nigeria) as terrorist

The top legislative section called on the president to announce all accepted leadership of bandits wanted and litigate them.

The determinations of the Senate followed a motion sponsored by Ibrahim Gobir, senator representing Sokoto east, and eight other senators. While moving his motion on the floor of the Senate on Wednesday, September 29, Gobir drew attention to an attack on a military base in Sokoto at the weekend.

General Yakubu Gowon Biography And Achievement

General Gowon served as Nigeria’s Head of State from 1966 to 1975, when he was overthrown.
Yakubu Gowon profile summary
Full name: Yakubu Jack Gowon
Date of birth:
19th October 1934
Place of birth:
Pankshin, Nigeria
age: 86 years
Nationality: Nigerian
Ethnicity: Black
Marital status: Married
Spouse: Victoria Zakari Gowon
Profession: Politician, political scientist
Father:Nde Yohanna

General Yakubu Gowon was born on 19th October 1934 in Pankshin, Nigeria. Yakubu Gowon family lived in a small village near the present-day Kanke Local Government Area of Plateau State.
Military service
Allegiance🇳🇬 Nigeria
Branch/serviceNigerian Army
Years of service1954–1975
Battles/warsCongo crises
Nigerian civil war
3rd Head of State of Nigeria
In office
1 August 1966 – 29 July 1975
Preceded by
Johnson Aguiyi Ironsi
Succeeded by
Murtala Mohammed
Chief of Army Staff
In office
January 1966 – July 1966
Preceded by
Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi
Achieved by
Joseph Akahan
Personal details

Achievements of General Yakubu Gowon

He is the founder of Nigeria Prays, a movement of sorts, with the believe in and penchant for praying for the Nigerian nation

He is also involved in the Guinea Worm Eradication Programme as well as the HIV Programme with Global Fund of Geneva

General Yakubu Gowon created twelve states out of the four regions that existed at that time appointing a governor to head them.

A kind Little boy gifts a Nigerian man #200 naira to buy fuel and get rewarded

We all know how the country situation but this kind hearted boy gave out his 200 naira this this handsome young man to buy fuel this acted is heartwarming
A young boy has bagged a scholarship that did wrap school payments for the rest of the year and in 2022 after his sudden tenderness towards a man. The man, Theodore Chinonso Uba NonsoNkwa, an Owerri-based radio personality, shared on Facebook that the boy, Emmanuel, had walked up to him on a distinct day and gifted him N200 to get fuel for himself.

Don’t you think this kind act of this little boy can be exhibit even with the elderly people

Because this is a very kind and heart touching gadget

moral lesson learn to give others no matter how little it is you don’t know how might be your helper

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Tinker Bell

Tinker Bell is a 2008 American computer animated film and the first installment in the Disney Fairies license created by Disney toon Studios. It is about Tinker Bell, a fairy character created by J. M. Barrie in his 1904 play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, and featured in the 1953 Disney animated film, Peter Pan and its 2002 sequel Return to Neverland. Unlike Disney’s two Peter Pan films featuring the character, which were produced primarily using traditional animation, Tinker Bell was produced using digital 3D modelling. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on October 28, 2008.

A Fairy’s work is much more than at first it might occur. Presume your shattered clock ticks, though it hasn’t in a year. Perchance you find a toy you lost, or jingling bells you hear. It all means that one very special fairy might be near.


Tinker Bell is a Tinker-talent fairy enthusiastic in missing things that come from the Mainland. In the movies, Tink crafts new tools that help with other fairies’ talents and a variety of many other tasks.[1] In some editions and the amusing series she is specified as a pots-and-pans-talent, being her work and profession to fix them and other metal articles.

Chart of inventions:

  • Tint spray – used to paint lady bugs, made with acorn, twigs and things from nature[1]
  • Seeds catcher – made with glove, part of a perfume bottle sprayer
  • Balloon carrier – a flying craft created from cotton fluff, a gourd, and a compass.

Because of Tinker bell’s fashionableness , it’s no surprise that so many tattoo devotees, youthful and aged, retain the Tinkerbell tattoo on their bodies. Whether it is to recollect us of the history, a love for fairies, or different justifications, we are going to delve into some of the meanings behind the Tinkerbell tattoo and what it might say someone wearing this tiny green fairy.

Tinkerbell Tattoo Meanings

Tinkerbell has had on society and the fan base encircling the Peter Pan movies and Tinkerbell precisely. The publicity has led to numerous Tinkerbell tattoos over the years and each one means something unique to the person wearing it.

Tinker bells tattoo

Tinkerbell is one of the best American animated film which the old and young can watch

Free Spirit

Tinkerbell flew through the sky with no thresholds. Getting on on explorations and battling the raiders that would adore to wreck all the fun that Tinkerbell, Peter and the Lost Boys have. If an this indicates that Tinkerbell is a free spirit. The act of flying also exemplifies the free spirit. Tinkerbell is uninhibited by the laws of nature and gravity and was a self-sufficient woman. Her personality and attitude let us all ignore about the enormous essence of life and for a quick moment, enabled us to go to Neverland with the gang. The Tinkerbell exemplifies the free spirit in all of us.


Fairies, in widespread, are a character of womanhood as well. The Tinkerbell tattoo will embody the feminine and whether a man or a woman has this tattoo, they may be craving to convey their feminine side. Tinker bell’s femininity and power are qualities most women look up to.


From our study, we realize the Tinkerbell tattoo is extensively nearly allegorical of youthfulness. This is obvious in so several paths. First of all, Peter Pan is a kids story that most people have seen or heard of at some point in their lives. The cool place called Neverland is where Peter, Tinkerbell and the Lost Boys lived where one never matures. We all seek for that feeling in our lives. Life inclines to be difficult at times and has the abilities of giving rise to a strong person to their knees. The Tinkerbell tattoo is a steady reminder of our childhood and to attempt to have a bit of “kid” in us at all times. Life is already difficult so if we can reminisce ourselves to have fun and admire those child like periods, we will all be in a better position when we arrive the edge of our existences.


Some traditions clarify fairies as goddesses or fallen patrons that live on this planet. When staring at fairies in this light, we can infer the fairy to be illustrative of the ancient and missed planet of the deities. A territory where enchantment and marvel occurred. The spirit’s arms are frequently formulated in a relatively explicit custom having factors of both butterfly and angel wings. The pigments can be brilliant and aggressive with massive arms or extremely wonderful and neat with soft pigments.

In old folklore, fairies possess power in essence and have the capacity to enrich advancement. This is why you will recognize numerous fairy tattoos based in a biological setting. You might see a Tinkerbell tattoo with extra blossoms, vines or different biological enhancements. In reality, in all the articles starring Tinkerbell, you will see she lives in the woodland or mainly, in a tree.

Meaning of Tinkerbell

Anything whose existence or power depends on the faith of the believer

places to visit in Kaduna state

Kaduna is one of the most popular cities in Northern Nigeria and attracts a decent amount of tourists. On the first visit to Kaduna, the city’s nickname, ‘The Crocodile city’, is not far-fetched. The city, decorated with crocodile symbols and created in 1967, makes it one of the oldest states with a population of over 6 million people.  This a list of fun, hang out spots in Kaduna.

1. Kamuku National Park

This park contains extensive land covered with guinea savanna vegetation. It is one of the few plots of guinea savanna left in all of Africa. It is a great place to go and relax and spend some time identifying the rare species of trees that can be found here. You can also run into some wide life here.

2. Matsiriga Waterfalls

At a height of 30 metres, the Matsiriga waterfall is a sight to behold. The chilly ambience is inviting to visiting tourists and natives alike. Therefore It is a great recreational centre to come enjoy nature’s wonder and splash around.

3. Kagoro Hill

Kagoro hill is located in the town of Kagoro in Southern Kaduna. It raises a significant height above sea level and makes the area around it to be temperate like the weather in Jos, Plateau State. It is a suitable hangout spot to relax and hold a picnic because of the quietness and privacy of the hills. This actually a nice place.

4. Kaduna national museum and monument

See marvelous artifacts that can only be found at Kaduna national museum and monument.

The splendid edifice that is the Kaduna National Museum is crawling with marvellous artefacts from the entire country. It is must visit for lovers of archaeological and ethnographic artefacts. Some of the Nok figurines found here date back over 2000 years and are as old as Christmas itself. If that doesn’t have you in awe, then I don’t know again.

5. Fifth Chukker Polo Resort

Enjoy the exotic sport of Polo at Fifth Chukker Polo resort

Fifth Chukker polo resort, Kaduna

The Fifth chukker polo resort comprises of  130 hectares of land covered in vegetative splendour.  It blends seamlessly with its natural surrounding and creates a gentle feeling of peace as you walk around the facility. The resort offers world-class sporting entertainment and is one of the best places in the country to enjoy the exotic sport of polo.

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6.Kofar Gamji Park

Kofar Gamji Park offers a view of nature at its peak

Alligators at Kofor Gamji Amusement park, Kaduna

The Gamji park has graduated from a simple garden to a full-blown tourist attraction and recreational centre. Kofar Gamji covers an area of 7000 metres and is decorated with architectural designs and sculptures as well as the magnificent Hall. There is sparse vegetation of mangrove and orchard trees. The dotted islands formed by River Kaduna that runs through the park as well as assorted flowers emphasize its beauty.

We think these are the most exciting hangouts in Kaduna. Disagree with our list? Tell us in the comments. Book a Hotel in Kaduna on for all the best deals.

7. Little Italy

Enjoy the best of Nigerian meals at Little Italy

Pizza at Little Italy

Little Italy is located at 2, Sultan Road, Kaduna North, Kaduna.

It serves superb Pizza, excellent Lasagna and tasty local Nigerian dishes. You get to order a delicious starter followed by the best Italian food in Northern Nigeria, superb fish dishes are also available.

It has an extensive beautiful landscaped gardens with fishponds, wild geese, animals with thatched rondavels, tables and chairs in the shade of exotic trees and plants. It is a great place to relax and chill out, and the kids can be taken there for a day out as well.

8. Barcode Lounge

Get the best club and lounge experience when you visit the Barcode lounge

night life

Barcode Lounge is located at Plot B4 Uganda Street, Barnawa, Kaduna. It is Nigeria’s premier destination for lunch, happy hour, dinner and late-night relaxation.

Barcode provides comfort built on a high-end backdrop of marble, open-air and illumination. A no cover/no dress code policy promotes a relaxing vibe in a modern setting. The music format is generally top 40/pop-house/popular hip-hop/Naija latest Jamz/old skool.

Barcode Lounge offers the best of Nigeria sports bars and Nigeria lounges rolled into a sophisticated place suitable for a night out with the well respected big girls/guys or a date with that special someone. Amenities include Full Menu, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Valet, Bottle Service, Kitchen until midnight.

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[Verse 1]
We no go ball
We ah go go, we go win, you go know
All of the blessings fall on my yard
Blessings dey for my yard
And like that
E go be, e go see, you go feel am
Because the blessings fall on my yard
Blessings fall on my yard, yard, yard, yard

That’s why I sip my alcohol
I don’t wanna reason bad things no more
I don’t wanna go back to where I dey before
Make nobody stress me no disturb me jor jor jor
I sip my alcohol
I don’t wanna reason bad things no more
I don’t wanna go back to where I dey before
Make nobody stress me no disturb me jor jor jor

Ebelebe (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Ebelebe (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Ebelebe (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Ebelebe o (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Oh na na na

[Verse 2]
Too many distractions
Too many problem
I finna run away but na who go solve them
Too many badman and not enough friends
Lord save me I don’t wanna lose my conscience
I just wanna dance under the sunset
Make nobody stop my enjoyment oh (no, no, no)
No no no no no

That’s why I sip my alcohol
I don’t wanna reason bad things no more
I don’t wanna go back to where I dey before
Make nobody stress me no disturb me jor jor jor
I sip my alcohol
I don’t wanna reason bad things no more
I don’t wanna go back to where I dey before
Make nobody stress me no disturb me jor jor jor

Ebelebe (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Ebelebe (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Ebelebe (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Ebelebe o (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Oh na na na
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