DSS KEEPING KANU IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, IPOB ALLEGES – PUNCH PG.7, SUNDAY SUN PG.28
The Indigenous People of Biafra has accused the Department of state Services of shielding its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, from receiving visitors while keeping him in solitary confinement. The Pro-Biafra group expressed its displeasure over what it described as deliberate, permanent and insidious psychological torture against Kanu in the DSS custody.
REVEALED: HOW BANDITS PLOTTED KUJE PRISON ATTACK – THE NATIONS PG.2
The terrorists who carried out the July 5 attack on the Kuje medium Security custodial Centre, Abuja Launched invasion from Karishi, a hilly community on the Outskirts of the city, The Nation can now confirm. The terrorists had converged on a mountain in the area for about two weeks, perfecting their strategy for the attack, security sources said yesterday.
KANU UNDERGOING TORTURE IN DSS CUSTODY, IPOB ALLEGES – THE NATIONS PG.7
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has alleged that its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, is being subjected to psychological trauma and torture in confinement of the Department of State Service (DSS) in Abuja. The group accused the DSS of continued flouting and violating the existing court orders by Justice Binta Nayo concerning Kanu.
DHQ ALLAYS FEAR OF IMPENDING TERROR ATTACKS ON ABUJA – THIS DAY PG.8
Following the attack on Kuje correctional centre by terrorists, the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) yesterday allayed fears of alleged impending attacks on Abuja. This is coming as the Brigade of Guards has also set up a board of inquiry to ascertain the circumstances surrounding the Kuje incident and the involvement or otherwise of soldiers posted to the correctional facility on the day of the attack.
THREE FINTECH EXECUTIVES CONVICTED IN US FOR LAUNDERING $160M TO NIGERIA – THIS DAY PG.12
The Operators of a Texan payment firms with ties to the United Kingdom have pleaded guilty in the United States to money laundering failures after their business facilitated the shipping of $160 million to Nigeria over about three years. Anselem Oshionebo, 45, and Opeyemi Odeyale, 43, received 27-month prison sentence for failing to maintain effective anti-money laundering controls and unlicensed money transmitting, according to US legal filings, a Bloomberg report said.