Yobe state governor, mai mala buni has commiserated with families of those who lost their lives in the unfortunate air strike on buhari village in yunusari local government area of the state.
The director general media and press affairs to governor buni, mohammed mamman made this known in a statement released to newsmen, saying buni had directed his special adviser on security affairs, to liaise with the nigeria airforce and the multi national joint task force, to look into the unfortunate attack.
Meanwhile, the governor had directed government hospitals in geidam and damaturu to offer free medical services to those who sustained injuries from the air strike.
Similarly, the state emergency management agency, sema had been directed to provide relief materials to cater for the immediate needs of the families of the deceased persons and other members of the community.
Members of the united nations security council have gathered behind closed doors for an emergency meeting about north korea’s latest ballistic missile test, which member states consider a major threat.
France’s ambassador to the unted nations, nicolas de riviere made this known in a statement released to journalist, adding that it was a major threat to peace and security, as it violate the council’s resolutions.
It would be recalled that pyongyang had earlier confirmed that it launched the test on the same day seoul became the first non-nuclear country to test a submarine-launched ballistic missile, slbm.
Reacting on its twitter handle, a senior fellow at the federation of american scientists, adam mount stated that rail mobile missiles were relatively cheap and a reliable option for countries seeking to improve the survivability of their nuclear forces.
France president, emmanuel macron has confirmed that the jihadist leader of the islamic state group in the greater sahara, adnan al-sahrawi had been killed by the french military.
President macron who made the confirmation on its twitter handle described the death of adnan al-sahrawi as a major success in the fight against terrorist groups in the sahel.
It would be recalled that french forces, backed by united state intelligence, had been hunting jihadist cells in the region for years.