Police strategizes to reclaim top spot in sports
After its victory at the just concluded Oosom Games (One Man One Medal), where it won 213 medals (108 gold, 68 silver and 37 bronze medals) to emerge champion at the event attended by military and paramilitary organizations in the country.....
Probe police corporal for alleged rape of teenager, NGO urges IGP
“She was left stranded after she lost her transport fare only to approached Corporal Barau Garba, who was deployed from MOPOL 7 Sokoto State, for help to get to her destination.
Kaduna-Abuja highway kidnap: IGP orders establishment of police station in Rigana
Following the high level of kidnapping and payment of ransom on the Abuja-Kaduna highway, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Idris Ibrahim, yesterday ordered the establishment of a Police station to be situated within Rigana community,....
Robbers slay four in Owerri after IGP’s visit
Barely 24 hours after the Inspector-General of Police, Idris Ibrahim, concluded his two-day working visit to Imo State at the weekend, armed robbers stormed the city of Owerri, capital of Imo, embarking on a robbing spree, leaving about four persons dead.
Militants kill 5 policemen, 2 soldiers in Lagos
It was unclear if there were any casualties on the part of the militants, although security forces were said to have reinforced and stormed the area for reconnaissance and possible counter-action.
Insecurity: Where do we go from here?
Hardly can anyone deny the severity of the security challenges this country faces today, characterised by the new enterprise in town called kidnapping. The challenge of armed robbery which has been with us as part of the harvest of the civil war would not go away. Assassinations and cultism are the latter-day headaches in the…
Vacate dilapidated barracks, AIG warns policemen
The Assistant Inspector General of Police, in charge of Zone 2 Command, comprising Lagos and Ogun states, Kayode Aderanti, yesterday warned officers and men residing in dilapidated police barracks to vacate immediately.
Waiting game ends as abductors release Turkish school’s pupils
After 11 grueling days in captivity, the eight students and employees of the Nigerian Turkish International Colleges (NTIC), Ogun State, were yesterday night reunited with their families.