66 Killed As Bandit Massacre On 8 Kebbi Villages, Hackers Vow To Take Down FG Websites + I Foresee State of Emergency, Delayed 2023 Election in Nigeria – Popular Pastor

66 Killed In Bandit Massacre On 8 Kebbi Villages

Police in Kebbi State said 66 people were killed by bandits in Danko-Wasagu Local Government Area of Kebbi State.

The spokesperson of the state police command, DSP Nafiu Abubakar, said the massacre took place on Thursday in eight villages of the council.

According to him, though the police were still counting the number of the dead, but the state police command had already dispatched a detachment of the officers and men of the police force to the area.

He said, “The killing took place in Koro, kimpi, Gaya, Dimi, Zutu, Rafin Gora and Iguenge villages, all in Danko/Wasagu LGA of Kebbi State.”

Daily Trust gathered that majority of the people of the affected villages have escaped to the nearby town of Riba for safety.

In April, bandits killed nine policemen among whom was the Police DPO of Danko/Wasagu.

‘Anonymous’ Hackers Vow To Take Down FG Websites

Anonymous Hackers, a group of unknown individuals, have vowed to take down websites belonging to the Federal Government of Nigeria and its agencies.
Naija News reports that this is in reaction to President Muhammadu Buhari’s decision to suspend the use of Twitter in Nigeria indefinitely.

While threatening to take down the websites of the Ministry of Information and Culture, the group said this was its own way of protesting the indefinite ban of Twitter.

In a statement on Saturday morning, Anonymous said, “As you might know, Twitter is banned in Nigeria, indefinitely. I’m letting you know that very very soon, the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Culture and Information website and database will be hacked.

“More Nigerian government websites will be targeted as a sign of protest against the ban.”

Recall that Anonymous was very active during the EndSARS protest, hacking websites and social media accounts of government agencies, including the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC).

The group also hacked the websites of the Central Bank of Nigerian (CBN).

Naija News reports that the Federal Government on Friday suspended, indefinitely, the operations of Twitter in Nigeria.

Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, announced the suspension in a statement signed by his media aide Segun Adeyemi.

The minister cited the persistent use of the platform for activities that are capable of undermining Nigeria’s corporate existence.

He also directed the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to immediately commence the process of licensing all OTT and social media operations in Nigeria, it added.

I foresee State of Emergency, delayed 2023 election in Nigeria – Primate Ayodele warns Buhari

The Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has warned the Nigerian government and President Muhammadu Buhari of a situation that will lead to a state of emergency being declared in Nigeria.

Primate Ayodele revealed that he keeps on hearing the word ‘State of emergency’ over Nigeria, while warning that state governors need to do what is right if they want to avert it.

In a statement he forwarded to DAILY POST, the clergy man revealed that the crisis will cause a delay in the 2023 general elections and that if care is not taken, the mother of all protests will happen in Nigeria which will need the intervention of the international community to overcome

He said: ‘’I keep hearing state of emergency in Nigeria, the government should avoid this at all cost, anything can come up any moment from now if we do not handle the situation well, if the governors don’t do what is right, I foresee state of emergency being declared in some parts of the country. It will call for the intervention of the international community. Nigeria also risks being sanctioned towards the election period.

I foresee massive protest that’ll shut down Nigeria – Primate Ayodele warns Buhari

‘’Some states like Plateau, Benue, Rivers, Imo, Borno, Bauchi, will experience it, it won’t be good for the nation, the government has bad advisers that are controlling the country.

“The government will make lots of mistakes that will attract the international community, the country needs help so that it will not collapse midway.

‘’There will be a state of emergency declared in the economy, education and security if the government does not adjust quickly. Also, I foresee Nigeria being sanctioned by the international communities.’’

‘’This will cause delay in 2023 election, there are some pranks that will come from this government between now and 2023, people advising this government must be very careful so another serious protest which will be the mother of all protests will not come up.’’