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HURIWA Warns Against Sanctioning Policeman Who Alleges Soldiers Conniving With Kidnappers

HURIWA Warns Against Sanctioning Policy Who Alleges Soldiers Conniving With Kidnappers Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, (HURIWA) on Monday, slammed the Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba, over moves to punish a Chief Superintendent of Police who accused the Nigerian Army of conniving with Fulani herders to kidnap residents …

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Nasarawa CP Doctorates 100 Newly Promoted Officers

 Nasarawa CP Doctorates 100 Newly Promoted Officers From Ajegena Manga Lafia Mr Adesina Soyemi, Commissioner of Police (CP) in Nasarawa State has decorated 100 newly promoted officers in the state in their new ranks. Speaking at the occasion on Monday in Lafia, the CP commended the Inspector-General of Police, (IGP) …

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Keren’s Rape Case : Anti Rape Body Threatens Reps, Gbajabiamila Over Silence

Keren’s Rape Case : Anti Rape Body Threatens Reps, Gbajabiamila Over Silence After failing to commence investigative public hearing into the rape and death of 14 year old Keren-Happuch Aondodoo Akphagher allegedly at Premiere Academy, Lugbe, Abuja in compliance with its resolution passed on December 7, 2021, a foremost anti-rape …

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Buhari Didn’t Mention Zoning At The Meeting – APC National Chairman Aid

Buhari Didn’t Mention Zoning At The Meeting – APC National Chairman Aid Muhammad Nata’ala Keffi,  the new Media Aid to National Chairman of All Progressive Congress (APC) Senator Abdullahi Adamu has said that President Buhari did not talked about zoning at the meeting with the governors contrary to media report. …

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HURIWA knocks FG, says Gumi speaking for sympathisers of Fulani bandits in power

HURIWA knocks FG, says Gumi speaking for sympathisers of Fulani bandits in power Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), on Saturday, lambasted the Federal Government and all the security agencies over their allegedly complicit silence and collective failure to arrest controversial Islamic cleric and bandit-sympathiser, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, in …

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PROFILE: Chief Nathaniel Obinpakyun Nuhu Aboki

PROFILE: Chief Nathaniel Obinpakyun Nuhu Aboki The young statesman, Nathaniel Obinpakyun Nuhu Aboki, a Distinguished Business Entrepreneur and Computer Software Consultant. He was born in Jos, Plateau Nigeria on September, 25th. He attended the prestigious, Fatima Private School and then proceeded to Baptist High School, Jos. He has a Bachelor’s …

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IPC Condemns Fresh Attacks On Journalists

IPC Condemns Fresh Attacks On Journalists The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria has expressed concern over the renewed wave of attacks on journalists including those covering the primaries by political parties. IPC said its Safety of Journalists Alert Desk has documented the following recent attacks includes shooting by the Police …

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Is There Truly A Nigeria Police Force?

Is There Truly A Nigeria Police Force? By Emmanuel Onwubiko “The police are not here to create disorder, they’re here to preserve disorder.” – Richard J. Daley. Under the Nigerian Constitution, Section 214(1) establishes the Nigeria Police Force in writing. Under the extant police Act signed in the year 2020 …

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N6trn tax collection: MPAN Lauds FIRS, Top 20 Tax Compliance Companies

N6trn tax collection: MPAN Lauds FIRS, Top 20 Tax Compliance Companies The Multimedia Publishers Association of Nigeria (MPAN), has commended the performance of the Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS). Gambo Jagindi, National Chairman of MPAN, gave the commendation in a statement on Friday, in Abuja. Jagindi said the FIRS, under …

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Intermediary Cities As The Bedrock of Africa’s Development

Intermediary Cities As The Bedrock of Africa’s Development By Etta Michael Bisong, Abuja The burden of how to build new cities across Africa to mitigate the mass migration of people from rural to urban settlements continues to raise an eyebrow over the broken relationship in the global dialogue on climate …

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