The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has denied Amnesty International's allegation of arresting, detaining and torturing children in its custody. In its 91-page report titled “‘We dried our tears’: Addressing the toll on children of Northeast Nigeria’s conflict”, Amnesty International said it conducted interviews between November 2019 and April 2020 with more than […]
A tanker explosion which occurred at Dilko Junction in Suleja Local Government Area of Niger State by 10pm on Friday August 30, left one dead and 10 others injured. 19 vehicles were also destroyed in the incident while the injured victims were rushed to Umar Musa Hospital in Sabon Wuse. It was also learnt that firefighters from the State Fire Service who turned up at the scene of the incident with their colleagues in the Federal Fire Service were only able to bring the fire under control around 4:30 am on Saturday morning.The post One killed, 19 vehicles burnt in Niger State tanker explosion appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.