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Police Arrest 38 Kidnap Suspects

Police Arrest 38 Kidnap Suspects

No fewer than 38 kidnap suspects have been arrested by the Nigerian Police in a renewed crackdown on bandits across the country. Frank Mba, Force Public relations Officer, in a statement issued in Abuja, said Police operatives attached to Operation Puff Adder carried out the arrests between 5th and 19th of June, 2019. The number includes four

Coping with Corruption

By: John Adebisi, Internet Constituency Everybody talks about corruption. Everybody laments the level of corruption in the country. One way or the other – consciously or unconsciously, directly or indirectly – everybody fuels corruption. We pretend to fight corruption. Frankly speaking, one doesn’t have to be a pessimist to realise that we are all in big

Ex-Police Officer Docked For Stealing, Impersonation

Victor Banor, a dismissed Police Officer, has been remanded in police custody over allegations of stealing and impersonation. Banor had approached a Federal High court sitting in Lagos to declare his continued detention in Police custody illegal, while claiming that it was an infringement on his fundamental human rights. Banor was allegedly apprehended with a

Police Arraign Three For Sexual Assault In Abuja

The Nigerian Police on Friday arraigned three men in Abuja, before a Zuba Upper Area Court for allegedly touching a lady’s private part without her consent. Kelechi Echendu, the prosecutor, who told the court that the accused persons, Enoch Adeojo, Hilary Elechi and Ebuka Precious committed the crime on October 27 said, the three, who were bar men

Police Arrest Student for Stabbing Father to Death

Officers of the Ogun State Command of the Nigerian Police have arrested and detained Tolani Ajayi, a 21-year-old 300 level student of the Redeemer’s University of Nigeria, RUN for allegedly killing his 60-year-old father, Charles Ajayi, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN. Olumuyiwa Adejobi, Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO of the Command, who confirmed the

Police Colleges Introduce Human Rights Syllabus

The training colleges and institutions of the Nigeria Police Force have introduced human rights syllabuses into their training programmes. The new human rights syllabus is to help enhance professionalism and ethics among police officers in the country. The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar, who was represented by the DIG training Atiku Kafur made this

Police Disrupts Polytechnic/College of Education Lecturers’ Protest

The protest organized by the Polytechnic teachers and their College of Education, COE, counterparts at the federal secretariat, Abuja, today, has been disrupted by the Nigeria Police. The protesters, comprising teachers and students of the institutions across the country, embarked on the action to force the federal government to meet their demands. But the protest

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