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Army begins operation in Taraba: Jukun/Tiv crisis.

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The General Officer Commanding 3 Division of the Nigerian Army, Jos, Major General Nuhu Angbazo, on Wednesday said the army has commenced operation in Taraba to fish out those causing trouble in the Jukun/Tiv crisis in the State.

Angbazo disclosed this in Takum while addressing Religious and Traditional Leaders, Women and Youth groups on the need for peaceful coexistence in the area.

The GOC who was represented by Brigade General Briggs Daniel said the Chief of Army Staff Lt. Gen. TY Buratai has authorised Operation Ayem Apatuma in the area to fish out bad eggs.

Angbazo solicited support and cooperation of the people to enable security operatives to restore peace in the area, adding that their duty was to bring peace in the area.

He expressed sadness that most of the schools in the area were closed because of the unrest, thereby depriving children who are future leaders the right to go to school.

The GOC urged religious and traditional leaders to preach the gospel of peace to their followers in the interest of peace and development.

On his part, the Brigade Commander 23 Brigade Yola Brig General SG Mohammed called on those in possession of firearms to surrender them to the Nigerian police or face the wrath of the law.

He tasked leaders at all levels to preach the gospel of peace even as he solicited vital information from members of the public to enable them to succeed.

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Royal Split: Prince Harry expresses great sadness

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Britain’s Prince Harry expressed “great sadness” on Sunday at the way he and his wife Meghan had to give up their royal titles as part of separation settlement with the Queen.

“It brings me great sadness that it has come to this,” Harry said in his first remarks on Saturday’s historic agreement, made during a public address and posted on the couple’s Instagram account.

“Our hope was to continue serving the Queen, the commonwealth, and my military associations, but without public funding. Unfortunately, that wasn’t possible,” he told supporters of his Africa-based charity for youngsters with HIV at an event in London.

The settlement stripped Harry and Meghan of public funding and required them to repay £2.4 million ($3.1 million) of taxpayer’s money spent on renovating their Frogmore Cottage home near Windsor Castle.

Harry was also forced to give up the military titles and patronages he was awarded after serving two tours in Afghanistan with the British Army.

But Harry said he felt “utmost respect” for Queen Elizabeth II.

“It has been our privilege to serve you, and we will continue to lead a life of service.”

“I will always have the utmost respect for my grandmother, my commander in chief, and I am incredibly grateful to her and the rest of my family, for the support they have shown Meghan and me over the last few months.”

He also hinted at some trepidation at starting a new life away from his royal home. He and Meghan will spend some time in Canada before deciding whether to move to the United States or another country.

“We are taking a leap of faith — thank you for giving me the courage to take this next step,” he said.

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President Buhari reveals why he joined Politics

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President Buhari finally reveals why he joined politics after his release from prison President Muhammadu Buhari has revealed why he joined partisan politics after he was released from prison over thirty years ago. He said he joined politics because of his integrity.

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Will Smith and Martins Lawrence named Honorary police officers by Miami City Police Force

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Hollywood actors, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, ahead of the release of the new ‘Bad Boys for Life’ movie, were on Sunday honored by the Miami City Police Force for their outstanding contribution to the growth of the entertainment industry in Miami.

Smith has lived and worked in Miami for almost half a century, and the Bad Boys movie Franchise has always been shot in Miami, hence the Miami city police force thought it wise to celebrate and honor Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, and handed them ‘keys to the city’ plaque and Miami police force badges while also granting them honorary police officer titles, roles they both played in the Bad Boys film.

Smith took to Instagram to celebrate the achievement . 
He posted;

“Been rockin’ with Miami for over 25 years and today me and @martinlawrence got the keys to the city and were officially made honorary Miami Police officers!! Big thanx @francisxsuarez and @pitbull (happy BDay) for setting us up! #badboysforlife,” the 51-year-old actor shared on Instagram alongside a series of photos and videos of the two men receiving their keys.

In one of the videos, the official who presented Smith, 51, and Lawrence, 54, with the honor also announced that Jan. 12 would be celebrated as the “Bad Boys for Life” day in the city of Miami, which was met by cheers from the crowd.

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