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Babaji Sunday

29 Sep
At least eight people were yesterday killed in a clash between members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) also known as Shittes and security operatives in Abuja.
11 Sep
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command has placed a ban on the use of tinted glass vehicles and covered number plates within Abuja, saying violators would be arrested and prosecuted accordingly.
14 Aug
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command, yesterday, paraded seven suspected electricity cables thieves. The Commissioner of Police, CP Babaji Sunday, who paraded the suspects at the Command Headquarters....
9 Aug
The newly appointed Commissioner of Police FCT Police Command, CP Babaji Sunday has assumed office as the 28th Commissioner of Police in the nation’s seat of power.

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