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SARS fires gun to scare Journalists, as Police detain Peace Corps Boss in Abuja

By Yemi Itodo The Nigeria Police, on Sunday, detained the National Commandant of Peace Corps of Nigeria, Amb. (Dr.) Dickson Akoh. Akoh, who had just arrived Abuja from where he has been receiving traditional treatment for ulcer and pile, decided to turn himself in, at the FCT Command of the Nigeria police, after been told that the police were looking for him. A source at the Commandant headquarters disclose ...

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ICRC Trains SARS Personnel On Humanitarian Principles

The International Committee of the Red Cross carried out a 2 day training program on humanitarian principles and international standards of law enforcement for personnel of the Federal Special Anti Robbery Squad and the FCT Special Anti Robbery Squad at the Nigeria Police Force Headquarters, Abuja between 20th – 21st December, 2016. Assistant Inspector General of Police, Department of Training, AIG Sani Moh ...

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Strange Twist: Enugu Gov Reveals How Military Commander, Police, Others Assured Him Prior To Attack On Ukpabi Nimbo

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State on Friday reviewed last Monday’s invasion of Ukpabi Nimbo Community in Uzouwani Local Government Area of the state by suspected Fulani herdsmen, where scores of people were killed and property worth millions of naira destroyed. Ugwuanyi disclosed that “only the security agencies can answer why” the attacks took place as they had given him assurances that the herdsmen ...

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Our Elite And Politicians, By Dele Agekameh

Since President Muhammadu Buhari got to office in May last year and declared a fierce war on corruption, it has been revelations galore on a daily basis. We all knew that things were very bad, quite well, but what we probably didn’t know was the degree of rot that had pervaded the system. In truth, from the revelations so far, which, I am sure, is still just a tip of the iceberg, the system reeks of an offe ...

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‘Do Not Politicise Efforts by Security Agents to Make Rivers State Safe’- Group

A Rivers state group, the Association of Rivers State Professionals (ARSP) has thrown its weight behind the ongoing security agents attack on hideouts of criminals and their efforts to make the state safe. A statement issued by Arch. Chidugam Dimkpa, Media and Publicity Secretary of the association, however warned the Rivers state government officials against politicising the security operations in the stat ...

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Lagos: The Return Of Insecurity, By Dele Agekameh

Lagos is easily the most important city in Nigeria. There is this continuous attraction and migration to the metropolis because the city is generally regarded as the ‘honey pot’ of the country. In recent times, the state has enjoyed considerably high compliments and accolades for good governance and service delivery. Side by side good governance, are a variety of innovations in the areas of transportation, ...

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‘Word & World’: Gazing @ the Book – Power Nexus, By Adagbo Onoja

Book-based analyses have been the pivot of one’s recent journalism, from Bayo Adekanye’s The Retired Military as Emergent Power Factor in Nigeria to Robert Keohane’s After Hegemony to Peter Ekeh’s “Colonialism and the Two Publics in Africa” to Bolaji Akinyemi’s Farewell to Policy, Tanimu Abubakar’s The Essential Mahmud: Selected Writings of Mahmud Modibbo Tukur and David Fidler’s SARS, Governance and the Gl ...

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The ‘New Anarchy’ and Global Health Governance Before Another ‘Ebola,’ By Adagbo Onoja

Professor Peter Piot, the Belgian Virologist with the pedigree of discovering Ebola virus in 1976 and the head of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, would say that the outbreak of an epidemic in Africa is a humanitarian catastrophe, something like the health equivalent of a war. The African specificity he points to in an interview on Aljazeera is the continent’s poor infrastructural foundat ...

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Ex-IGP Okiro Suspends Police Commission Staff Who Exposed Fraud

By Danlami Nmodu A staff of Police Service Commission, Mr Aaaron Kaase who recently exposed the multi-million Naira 2015 election scam by the Commission’s Chairman,former IGP Mike Okiro has been suspended. The man who exposed the fraud said in a written update  of his travails emailed to Newsdiaryonline that “In furtherance to disregard for our laws, Mr. Okiro convened a plenary session of the PSC on the 27 ...

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