fewer than 10,000 members of the National Association of Nigerian Prostitutes, NANP, on Tuesday stormed Abuja, the nation’s capital ahead of the February 16 presidential and National Assembly elections.
The group vowed to mobilize its members across the country for the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. Confirming the development to DAILY POST Tuesday evening, Secretary General of the group, Sandra Efosa, said they settled for Atiku after studying his policy documents carefully for several weeks.
Efosa said under the current government, their ”bed-to-wealth” has suffered low patronage due to harsh economy. “Hi Bro, just entered Abuja with my President, Madam Tamar Tion and 10,000 other members ahead of the presidential election to declare our support for Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.
“We shall be mobilizing our members across the country to work for the election of the PDP candidate. I shall let you know of our next step,” Efosa said in a message sent to our reporter on Whatsapp. When prodded further if the association would be declaring ”free sex” like they did in 2015, Efosa said, “of course, that is our tradition but I will issue a comprehensive statement on why we settled for Atiku having endorsed Bukola Saraki earlier,” she added.
In other news, Troops of 159 Battalion, Forward Operational Base (FOB), Sector 2, Operation lafiya dole, on Monday repelled Boko Haram attempted incursion into the border town of Kanamma, Yunusari Local Government Area of Yobe state.This was made known in a statement made by the Acting Assistant Director Army Public Relations, Njoka Irabor on Tuesday. Irabor said the terrorists came in at about 5:30pm and started shooting sporadically.
He said, “The terrorists were overwhelmed by the superior firepower of the gallant troops of 159 Battalion and well coordinated air support from the Air Component of Operation Lafiya Dole. This resulted on inflicting casualty on the terrorists, while some of them retreated with gunshot wounds. “The resilient troops have embarked on hot pursuit of the fleeing surviving attackers towards the border of Niger Republic.”Unfortunately two of our gallant soldiers sustained injuries, but they are in stable condition and receiving medical attention.”
Meanwhile, Three people were killed Monday night when Boko Haram insurgents attacked three communities in Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa State. A security intelligence officer in the LGA who spoke in confidence Monday morning said the insurgents who stormed Shuwa, Shuari and Kishingari, also destroyed 20 shops and three cars and made away with moveable properties, including a utility van.
Other witnesses said the insurgents got to Madagali in several vehicles and operated for hours before soldiers turned up to engage them in a gun battle and succeeded in getting them to flee. The Adamawa State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Othman Abubakar, confirmed the attack on Madagali during a telephone conversation Tuesday morning, but said information at his disposal did not indicate that anybody was killed.He confirmed that a team of security personnel dispatched to the area had brought the situation under control.
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