Emmanuel Iorliam, a serving Nigerian Army private, was detained for running a gun from Mainok in Borno state’s 156 Task Force Battalion.
Iorliam, a resident of Benue State, is accused of stealing weapons and ammo from his base and selling them to bandits, Boko Haram members, and kidnappers. While transporting this cache of ammo out of Borno State to provide to his clients, he met his Waterloo.
At a checkpoint, he was stopped by his teammates, who searched him and discovered the ammunition on him.
The viral video captures the exact moment his coworkers stopped him using the stolen ammunition.
Watch the video here
On our recent story, The Ministry of Education has responded to complaints of a food shortage.
On Yesterday, the Ministry Of Education has giving a Statement about food shortage in the senior high secondary schools. According to a statement from the Ministry, “all Senior High Schools in the country have received adequate supply of food items,” so the reports are false.
The lack of food supplies to meet the needs of the student population has prompted school administrators to issue a warning that schools may have to close.
However, according to the Ministry, its inspections show that the questioned schools have received sufficient supplies.