Okada Man Gets Imprisoned For Revealing Location Of Glory Okolie Who's Been Missing For Over 71 Days
Few weeks ago, Harrison Gwamnishu, a popular human rights Activist, took to his Facebook page to inform the world about the story of a missing lady named Glory Okolie. Harrison Gwamnishu claimed that the missing lady was labelled as being a member of the Eastern Security Network (ESN).
Few hours ago, BBC News Pidgin had an interview with a female eyewitness who gave an account of what happened in ijesha, Lagos State. The incident was between some men of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) and residents of Mogaji street in Ijesha, Lagos State.
The death of the late father of Plateau State's former Governor has been a painful one for the relations of the former Governor named Joshua Dariye. In recent reports, those who were involved in the death of he patriarch of the former Governor were paraded by men of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF).
Daily Post reported that President Muhammadu Buhari has been saddled with the responsibility of deciding the final fate of DSP Abba Kyari, the famous "Super Cop" of the Nigerian Police Force that was recently accused of engaging in fraudulent activities by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI).
Lagos State Police command in a statement by his Public Relations Officer Adekunle Ajisebuti officer said that the Denton Divisional Police Officer CSP Adegoke Akinlade has been redeployed from Ebute Metta division of the Nigerian Police force following an ongoing investigation indicting him of losing his pistol to his girlfriend during an office sexual intercourse.
A kidnapper have been arrested by the Nigerian Police Force for using a fake name on Facebook to deceive Women. After deceiving the Women, he would then lure them to his place and kidnap them for a ransom. The kidnapper was paraded by the Nigerian Police for questioning and he shared his own side of the story.
Murder Case: 2 Things Harrison Might Do To Avoid Police Detention When Going To Honor His Invitation
The report had it that the Nigerian Police Force has invited human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, for a "murder case" investigation. Recall that Harrison had posted Glory's detention on Facebook, demanding her release, which has also generated others outcry on social media.
Origin of Supernumerary Police in Nigeria popularly known as Spy Police can be traced to Section 46, of the Police Act CAP 359 of the 1968 as amended under Section 418, of the Police Act CAP 359 of laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1990. Under this act, “any individual (counting any administration division) that wants to benefit himself/herself of the Spy Police in Nigeria of one or more official police of this nature, for the security of property claimed or constrained by him/her, may apply to the Inspector-General of Police of the federation or State Commissioner of Police, expressing the nature and circumstance of the company being referred to and giving such other investment as the Inspector-General may require”.
The news of a teenager who stabbed her husband to death after being forced into marriage has really caused a lot of reactions online. Many Nigerians shared their opinion on this issue online. Some blamed the parents of the child, while others blamed the girl. But, I think this is not the right time to cast blame on anyone.
Daily Post reported that officials of the Nigerian Police Force recently invaded hideouts of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) in Imo State. The report also covered how the Police retrieved weapons and bombs from the custody of the secessionist group. Photo Credit: Daily Post. An unspecified number of ESN operatives, including one of their top commanders, were neutralized by security agents who raided the ESN camps following findings that the group were regrouping and planning to launch new attacks.
According to POLITICS NIGERIA, President Muhammadu Buhari has landed in Owerri, Imo State for an official visit. The presidential aircraft touched ground at exactly 09:30 am. President Muhammadu Buhari is on an official visit to the southeast state where he will commission some projects and meet with Igbo leaders.
Abba Kyari, the embattled Deputy Commissioner of Police, has returned to Facebook after a weeks-long vacation. Today, September 3, 2021, Abba Kyari shared an old post on his Facebook page. Kyari was willing to mentor many young police officers to be like him, according to the content of the message, which was initially posted in 2019.
Mrs Doris Igwe, the wife of the policeman who was killed during the end SARS protest, has narrated how her husband was killed and what the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) has done for her so far. While narrating the sad story, the woman was shedding tears, her husband should have listened when one of her daughters told him not to go out that day.
Publisher of Sahara Reporters and Nigerian Activist, Omoyele Sowore has raised an alarm of the Nigerian Police Force allegedly trying to shake his family down after his younger brother, Oladide Sowore was shot dead in Edo state. Sowore in a Facebook post he released, alleged that the Nigerian Police Force is allegedly charging them exorbitantly to "discourage" them from getting autopsy for his murdered brother.
A recent report by Daily Post quotes the Nigerian Police Force as saying that it has taken into custody, one 22-year-old Gloria Okolie, for spying for the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the Eastern Security Network (ESN). Both IPOB and the ESN are outlawed groups in the South-East, controlled by the now arrested Nnamdi Kanu.
The Kastina state government has sounded the alarm that bandits have infiltrated communities across the state, recruiting young men for as little as N5,000 as well as drugs and other intoxicants The Governor speaking further added that the Nigerian Police Force does not have the adequate number of personnel to effectively police the state with a population of about eight million people.
Two suspected masterminds of the abduction of 39 students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka, in Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna state have been apprehended by the Nigerian Police Force. Kaduna police spokesperson, Mohammed Jalige told Channels TV that the suspects were arrested around Askolaye area of Nnamdi Azikiwe bypass in Kaduna metropolis on Tuesday August 31.
Earlier today, a video was making the rounds across social media platforms where two wailing women were seen gripping the uniform of a police officer after he was accused of assaulting them. The viral video has been attracting mixed condemnation from Nigerians. After going through the video several times, I concluded that those women did not handle the issue the right way.
Nigeria is a country that practices democracy and respects the fundamental right of every citizen. Despite that, activists from various regions of the country have been emerging trying to divide the country so as to establish other new territories. The Nigerian government sees their act as a wrong one, which is punishable by law.
A few days ago, members of the Nigerian Police Force attacked people in Mogaji Street in Ijesha Lagos State. During the raid, Monsurat Ojuade's family got into an argument with a policeman who did not wish to be named. During the quarrel, the police were not allow to enter the deceased's home.