A United Kingdom-based Nigerian researcher, Yunusa Jibrin, has revealed his newest innovation in Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool having the capacity to recognize terrorists irrespective of their location in Nigeria. Jibrin stated that if his findings are been adopted by the federal government, would help to direct the efforts of the military toward identifying and eliminating bandits wherever they may be hiding in the country. Being a Master’s degree graduate in computer science from the University of Sussex, Jubrin in an interview with Vanguard on Sunday that he leveraged AI-driven image synthesis to generate thousands of visual representations depicting bandits in desert environments.
The Borno State government has revealed that more than 95 per cent of people in the state whom were holding the ideology of Boko Haram , especially the founding members are either dead or have gave up on the ideology. Special Adviser to the Borno State Government on Security Affairs, Brig. Gen. Ishaq Abdullahi (Rtd) disclosed this during an interview with Daily Trust in Maiduguri yesterday Sunday. The retired Army General said the leadership of the deadly group has become frenzy as only about 10 of the founding members might still be alive and on the run.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria on Wednesday, reported that Tower 70 along its 330kV Gwagwalada-Katampe line was vandalized, leaving it in a precarious state. The development was revealed by the company's General Manager of Public Affairs, Ndidi Mbah, who said in a statement occurred on the 26th of February, 2024, at about 11.32 pm. “The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) hereby states that Tower 70 along its 330kV Gwagwalada -Katampe Transmission line has been vandalized, with the tower standing precariously on the ground.