Today in Nigerian History: 26th June


On this day in 2013;A ritualists’ den was  uncovered at Ogolonto area of Ikorodu Lagos, with at least eight victims, said to have been kidnapped from different parts of the country, rescued.

On this day in 2015;Contrary to denial by the Presidency that operatives of the Department of State Services were not ordered out of the villa,  ADC, to the President formally informed the DSS that its personnel would no longer provide close body protection for the President as they are being replaced with men of the Nigerian Army and Police personnel “who were trained as Presidential Bodyguards.

Also on this day in 2014; 123 people were killed in the continued onslaught on some villages in Sanga Local Goverment Area of Kaduna State, by Fulani gunmen.

And on this day in 2014;Special  Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, at the Lagos State Police Command, arrested two herbalists and two Islamic clerics (aka Alfas),  who specialised in buying and selling of human body parts.

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