Friday, 24th March 2023
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29 Nov 2020
Mixed reactions have continued to trail  plans by the private sector Coalition Against COVID -19 (CACOVID), to spend N100 billion in rehabilitating all the 44 damaged and destroyed police stations...
26 Nov 2020
The Coalition Alliance Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) has committed to providing over N100 billion to procure equipment and gadgets for the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) over the next two years.
10 Nov 2020
The private sector-led Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) has explained the delay in distribution of palliatives to about two million most vulnerable families...
31 Oct 2020
On October 8, this year, the youth of the country began a protest with the hashtag #ENDSARS. It was aimed at curbing police brutality, which was encapsulated in a five-point demand to wit: Immediate release of all arrested protesters; justice for all deceased victims....
29 Oct 2020
… Writes that the recent looting of state government-owned warehouses containing Covid-19 relief food items in some states may have reinforced the assertion that the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development had been harshly judged by her critics. For a woman who has been severely vilified by all and sundry, the recent…
28 Oct 2020
Private sector-led, Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID), has sued for calm and enjoined Nigerians to desist from ongoing destruction of public and private properties as well as looting of warehouses....
28 Oct 2020
One person, was on Monday evening, feared killed in Kaduna when hoodlums, in their hundreds, burgled the COVID-19 palliatives’ warehouse of Kaura Local Council in Kagoro, Kaduna State.
24 Oct 2020
The Osun Food and Relief Committee on COVID-19 on Friday said the looted items at a warehouse in Ede town were not hoarded, but rather kept for flag-off of official distribution. Alhaji Bayo Jimoh, Secretary to the committee, in a statement in Osogbo, said that the looted items were donated to the committee as palliatives…
24 Oct 2020
Hoodlums under the guise of the ongoing #EndSARS protest on Friday looted Cross River COVID-19 palliative warehouse at Bishop Moinagh Street, State Housing Authority in Calabar. A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) reports that the hoodlums were seen in their numbers carting away bags of rice, noodles, salt and gallons of vegetable oil.…
23 Oct 2020
Hoodlums yesterday invaded a warehouse where COVID-19 palliative was stored at Mazamaza community in Lagos State.
14 Oct 2020
The Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) has invited the Inspector- General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, to brief the body on the security situation in the country, particularly the ongoing protests...
12 Oct 2020
As the Nigerian airspace opens up gradually for international travels, measures have been put in place to ensure the safety of all passengers entering or leaving Nigeria as the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic rages on. Such measures include the launch of the Nigerian International Travel Portal(NITP) by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 (PTF-COVID-19)…


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