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THE WEEK IN PICTURES: From Chibok anniversary To Buhari’s return

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In Markudi, Benue State capital, it was a sad day for the Nigerian military as 12 soldiers killed by a militia group while on peace keeping mission, were laid to rest.

The burial at military cemetery, Konshisha, Markudi.

On Tuesday, Muslims began the religious activities of Ramadan. Hopefully, they will pray for us to get out of inflation and insecurity.

Meanwhile, Pastor Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), went to Kaduna State house to pray for those released by bandits, as well as those still in captivity.

El-Rufai in blue and Adeboye is the man next to him

We woke up to sad happenings in Borno, again. This time, over 100,000 persons reportedly fled from Damasak to neigboring towns in Niger Republic as terrorists returned to the town.

By Wednesday evening, the military, which claimed to have sent out the terrorists, released a video of officers patrolling the streets.

Screenshot from the video showing officers patrolling the streets of Damasak

While tension was still high in Damasak, Nigerians marked the seventh anniversary of the abduction of Chibok girls.

Where are the remaining girls? When will they return? This still remains a mystery.

You know what is no longer a mystery? President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Nigeria!

In fact, some persons were planning another protest in London without knowing that Buhari had returned to Nigeria.

Away from Buhari and the protesters, Ganduje did the almost impossible; he reunited Dangote and Rabiu, it does not get better than this.

In fact, we cannot wait for Ganduje to use this dispute resolution initiative in settling with Kwankwaso, or Sanusi for that matter. At least we can hope.

Just to summarize, doctors are no longer on strike; and again, this is not the Sallah where Muslims kill rams and Game of Thrones fans may just be in for a surprise.

Ned who could not play the game but forced everyone else to play on account of his death.

HBO has since announced a “Marathrone” in celebration of a ‘decade of GOT’ and there are even rumors of a remake of season 8.

You might want to binge on GOT or join the numerous activities HBO has planned but whatever you do, do not attend any red weddings.

Valar Morghulis!