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Dr. Benson Olugbuo

12 Oct 2019
The Executive Director of Cleen Foundation, Dr. Benson Olugbuo has decried the parading of suspects by the officers of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) and other security agencies in the country.
25 Jan 2019
Participants at the two-day accountability forum organised by Cleen Foundation at Aba, Abia State, on civil-military relations in Nigeria have identified the causes of civil/military skirmishes and listed remedies for their prevention in the South-East region. Executive Director of CLEEN Foundation, Dr. Benson Olugbuo, said the forum, whose participants were drawn from military and paramilitary…
23 Jan 2019
Officers of the Nigerian police force across the six geopolitical zones have been trained to curb threats that would trigger violence in the general elections.

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