Crime/Security

‘Use social media to curb sexual violence on children’ – Lawyers

Some female lawyers have called for the use of social media, as a means to address the menace of sexual harassment of children. They told the News Agency of Nigeria…

 
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Four die as suspected terrorist hit near UK Parliament

Four people, including an armed police officer and a man believed to be the attacker, died yesterday in a terrorist incident near the United Kingdom’s (UK’s) Houses of Parliament, Scotland…

 
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2,600 Nigerian refugees forced to return from Cameroun

The UN has expressed concern over the forced return of Nigerian refugees from Cameroon in spite of recent tripartite agreement targeted at ascertaining voluntary returns of nationals. According to a…

 
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Medical Doctor Jumps into Lagoon

Lagos Search and rescue efforts by officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency are on for a Medical Doctor who reportedly jumped into the Lagoon on the Third Mainland…

 
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‘I did not return to EFCC for dirty jobs’ – Magu

The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Magu, has dismissed suggestions that his return to the agency in 2012 is to do a hatchet’s…

 
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Fresh N500b Refund Divides Governors’ Forum

The second tranche of the London-Paris Club refund is already causing division within the rank of state governors even before it is released to them. The cause of the disagreement…

 
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FG certifies Fanta, Sprite safe for consumption

The Federal Ministry of Health yesterday put the controversy over the status of Fanta and Sprite to rest. The ministry declared both brands safe for consumption. There had been wide…

 
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Presidency awaits letter from Senate on Magu’s rejection

The Presidency will not react to the rejection of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Acting Chairman Ibrahim Magu until it receives an official communication from the Senate. There were,…

 
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Speaker urges students to shun cultism, illicit drugs

Mr. John Gaul-Lebo, Speaker, Cross River House of Assembly, has cautioned students against cultism, taking of illicit drugs and other forms of crimes capable of truncating their future. Gaul-Lebo gave…

 
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Six persons arrested for killing mother, daughter

Six persons accused of killing a mother and daughter have been arrested and detained by the police in Pankshin Local Government of Plateau The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports…

 
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