If you are familiar with the matters arising after the blockade of GSM lines and strict monitoring of Gasoline within Zamfara, Sokoto, and Katsina you will absolve the state actors. Because a situation whereby some locals are doing all they can to supply the Bandits with logistics for Bandits to continue to kill their brothers and sisters beat my imagination.
3 Things The Arrested Bethel Student's Kidnappers Told Journalists While Being Paraded By The Police
Banditry is not a job that anybody will be proud of in Nigeria. It is terrorism and a way of depriving people of their constitutional rights. If you are a medical doctor or an engineer, you will surely be able to tell people the job you are doing and be proud of it without shame or fear, unlike banditry, Kidnapping, and terrorism.
Media reports earlier yesterday Friday, September 24, 2021, indicated that the authorities of the Nigeria Police Force had dismissed a police officer, Sergeant Samuel Phillips for the alleged murder of an 18-year-old university admission seeker Monsurat Ojuade. The reports also stated that the police would charge the embattled Phillips with murder.
Following the alleged connection with the killing of Chief Superintendent of Police, Mr. Kazeem Abonde, the Lagos State Command of the Nigeria Police Force, has arrested about sixty suspects. The Police had vowed to punish the culprits involved in the brutal murder of the Police Officer, who was assaulted in the Ajao Estate area of the State by some Commercial motorcycle riders, popularly referred to as Okada riders.
How the arrest of 3 Bethel students' abductors could lead to the release of 21 students held captive
Photo Credit: Punch Newspaper Yesterday, it was made known that three among the 25 people that kidnapped 121 students of Bethel Baptist School in Kaduna State, have been apprehended, as they were as well paraded yesterday by police operatives in Abuja, the federal capital territory.
Picture for Illustration. The increasing rate of crime in the country is alarming. Every day you must hear or read crime news on Newspapers, Televisions, and Social media. What could be the cause of rising crime in the country? Is it pressure from parents and peer pressure to belong that is leading our youths into crime or Is it unemployment?
The unknown gunmen that are attacking critical infrastructure in the southeast geopolitical zone of Nigeria have resumed their nefarious activities. They attacked policemen and burnt down a patrol vehicle in Onitsha on Sunday. The Unknown Gunmen wants to turn Nigeria into a lawless society where people won't be able to elect the leaders they want to lead them.
Following the recent agitation by Retired Police Officers on the subject of Pension payment, a bill to amend the Pension Reform Act 2014, and exempt the Nigeria Police Force from the Contributory Pension Scheme (CPC) has passed second reading. The Bill was sponsored by Mr. Francis Waive, and was read for the second time on the floor of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, in Abuja.
· NAB 2 OTHERS FOR VIRTUAL KIDNAPPING, RECOVER 1 AK49 RIFLE, 26 AK47 MAGAZINE Operatives of the Intelligence Response Unit of the Nigeria Police Force have arrested eight (8) notorious high-profile kidnapping suspects indicted in Police investigations for the abduction and eventual murder of Pa Dariye Dafwan, the late father of former Governor of Plateau State, in Horop community, Bokkos LGA of Plateau State.
In a swift response to the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old lady in Lagos, the Nigeria Police Force has announced the arrest of the trigger-happy cop. The victim was allegedly shot dead at her home in Ijeshatedo, Surulere Local Government Area on Friday. Shortly after the incident, Monsura's sister had taken to Facebook, on Saturday, September 11, to demand justice.
Bandits attack school in Zamfara Photo Credit: Daily Post Unknown gunmen suspected to be bandits have attacked a Secondary School in Maradun Local Government Area of Zamfara State and abducted unspecified number of students. DAILY POST gathered that the incident occurred on Wednesday morning when the abductors stormed the school premises with sophisticated weapons.
After his younger brother was shot dead in Edo state, Omoyele Sowore, Publisher of Sahara Reporters, accused the Nigeria Police Force of attempting to thwart his family. On Wednesday, Sowore raised the alert in a post on his Facebook page. He claims that the Nigerian Police Force is overcharging them in order to “dissuade” them from obtaining an autopsy for his slain brother, Olajide Sowore.
According to Punch Newspapers, the accused ESN/IPOB spy girl who was caught and detained by IRT for over 70 days, Gloria Okolie has been granted bail by a high court in Abuja. The fact that a previous report confirmed that Gloria Okolie is the girlfriend of a wanted ESN suspect stirred lots of mixed reactions and made the news to go viral.
Not less than 18 people were said to have been kidnapped in Kaduna around 12 midnight on Tuesday. This is coming on the heels of serial abductions that have become a trademark in the once peaceful state. In a report published by Daily Trust on Tuesday, it was reported that gunmen invaded Keke, a community in the Chikun Local government area of the state, kidnapped eighteen people and took them to an unknown destination.
The murders of Pa Defwan Dariye, the father of former Plateau State governor Joshua Dariye, have been apprehended by Nigerian police. On Wednesday, the accused were paraded before the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) headquarters in Abuja. The nonagenarian was murdered after his kidnappers allegedly demanded N10 million from the Dariye family as ransom.
There are reports that the Nigeria Police Force has barred Uzor Ohiri, the ex-wife of OAP Nedu from tackling him on social media. Following the petition of her husband, she was invited by the Police in a letter of invitation with reference letter CR:3000/LSX/D10/Vol.3/71 which was signed by Fayoade Adegoke, the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti.
The Independent Electoral Commission has commended the prompt responses of relevant agencies to the attack on one of its offices in Enugu state. Photo Credit: Premium Times According to Guardian news, INEC station in Awgu Local Government Area of Enugu was attacked by hoodlums on Sunday, 19th September.
A video has gone viral on social media showing the moment two Nigerian women physically dragged a police officer for assaulting them during a stop and search operation. From the video, the two women firmly held the yet-to-be-identified officer by the uniform and they refused to let go of him.
Director General, Progressives Governors Forum, Dr Salihu Lukman, says state police can only operate in Nigeria, under the supervision of the Nigeria Police Force. Lukman said this in a statement on Friday in Abuja, saying the idea of amending the Constitution to enable state governments establish state police was unavoidable.
Nigeria Police Force needs to be commended as it is doing its best in curtailing insecurity issues in Nigeria. A few hours ago, it was disclosed by the Kwara State Police Command that it has rescued a University student, Khadijat Isiaq, who was kidnapped on the 23rd of August, 2021.