Kilikata.com

Loading...
Latest Articles

Friday, 18 August 2017



There was wild jubilation in Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa State when news of two Boko Haram Commanders killed by hunters was announced.

The state’s Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Ahmed Sajoh, told newsmen that the feat recorded by the hunters received wide accolade, saying government will surely reciprocate the gesture through provision of logistic support.

The hunters repelled an attack by Boko Haram on Bakin Dutse and Gadamayo villages in Madagali council, killing two top commanders in the process.

Spokesman of the hunters in Madagali, Ali Hammajabu, said: “Yesterday (Wednesday), at bout 11p.m., our hunters successfully averted a massive raid on villages of Bitu, Gadamayo and Bakin Dutsi.


“The terrorists, who were on their way to attack selected communities, were ambushed on receiving intelligence report of the terrorists’ intention. We engaged them and in the process, two Boko Haram members, in military camouflage were killed.

“We found two AK-47 rifles and Police teargas cannisters, which we handed over to soldiers in Madagali.”

More from Newstension News Update
Continue reading


Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, is in Kigali. According to reports, he arrived the country this morning to participate in the ceremony for Paul Kagame’s inauguration as the country’s President for a third time.

He will join other leaders in the continent and around the world to participate in the inauguration. He is expected back in the country today.


More from Newstension News Update
Continue reading



Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Thursday in Ibadan said that the bogus earnings of National Assembly members portrayed them as a “bunch of unarmed robbers.”

Obasanjo, spoke at a public presentation of a book written by Prof. Mark Nwagwu, titled, ‘I am Kagara, I Weave the Sands of Sahara,’ in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

He also called on the Federal Government to respect the agreement it signed with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, saying that the Federal Government put itself in a corner by entering into the agreement without full consultation.

He said, “Government allows itself to be stampeded into signing agreement particularly when one group or the other withdraws it services and goes on strike. After the agreement has been signed, without full consultation within government, implementation becomes an issue.


“But an agreement is an agreement whoever the agent is that signed that agreement on your behalf, you are bound by it. You may now have to renegotiate to have a new agreement but the agreement earlier signed remains an agreement.

“When the university teachers go on strike, there is an agreement; and when doctors go on strike, there will be a special agreement.

And when the universities teachers see that the agreement reached with the doctors is different from theirs, they go on strike and this is bad for our economy.

“The way we are going about spending all our revenue to pay overheads, we will not develop. And we will have ourselves to blame.

Ninety per cent of revenue is used to pay overheads, allowances, salaries and not much is left for capital development. In a situation like that, we have to rethink.

“It is even worse for the National Assembly. They will abuse me again but I will never stop talking about them. They are a bunch of unarmed robbers.

“They are one of the highest paid in the world where we have 75 per cent of our people living in abject poverty.

They will abuse me tomorrow and if they don’t, maybe they are sleeping. The behaviour and character of the National Assembly should be condemned and roundly condemned.”

More from Newstension News Update
Continue reading


The Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr Yakubu Dogara, have visited President Muhammadu Buhari in London.

President Buhari received the Senate President and the Speaker at the Abuja House yesterday, The Presidency confirmed the visit in a tweet with the above photo. Their mission for the visit was however not disclosed.

More from Newstension News Update
Continue reading



The police in Delta State have launched a manhunt for one Mr. Orutebe, who allegedly impregnated his 14-year-old daughter in Ugboroke, in the Uvwie council area of the state.

Orutebe, who was said to be in his mid 40s, allegedly fled his home after initially claiming responsibility for the pregnancy.

It was learnt that the suspect, who hails from Ogulagha kingdom, in the Burutu Local Government Area of the state, had two wives.

Trouble started when neighbours reportedly started noticing pregnancy signs in the teenager. Upon interrogation, she allegedly confessed that her father had been having carnal knowledge of her.


A neighbour, who spoke with Punch correspondent on Thursday on condition of anonymity, said, “The girl confessed to us when she was interrogated.

The little girl didn’t even know she was pregnant until she started noticing that her belly was growing big.

A source told Punch Metro that the leadership of the community where the suspect resided was irked by the development and had sanctioned him for incest.

The source added that the suspect was stripped to the waist and booed by residents for the act.

A senior police officer at the Warri Area Command confirmed the incident, adding that the police were indeed searching for the suspect.


More from Newstension News Update
Continue reading



Forty-two farmers from Aliero town, Aliero Local Government Area of Kebbi State have reportedly been slaughtered by Boko Haram insurgents in Borno State.

Kebbi State Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu who confirmed this on wednesday, when he received World Health Organization (WHO) delegates at Government House on courtesy visit, said the victims went to Borno State for farming before they met their untimely death.

More from Newstension News Update
Continue reading

Thursday, 17 August 2017



Three youth corpers have reportedly died in a ghastly accident while returning to Kano from Tsafe Orientation Camp in Zamfara state.

The accident which occurred between Garo and Gadon Kaya in Kano State also killed other passengers including the Imam who preaches at Tsafe Camp Mosque.

See Graphic photos below...
















More from Newstension News Update
Continue reading