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The Kwara State Police Command, yesterday, confirmed the kidnapping of five members of the palace of Owalobbo of Obo-Ayegunle, Oba Samuel Adelodun, in Ekiti local council area of Kwara State
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It is not uncommon for Nigerians to interchangeably use the word kidnap with the word hostage. Without wasting much time, and to keep it simple, kidnapping refers to a confinement without holding the legal authority to do so, while hostage refers to a person or entity which is held by a captor as a security.…
President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed to do everything within the ambit of the law to protect citizens from the onslaught of criminals, which includes insurgency, banditry, kidnapping and politically motivated killings...
The Nigerian Navy as an entity is rarely in the news negatively. But of late, it has been battling to clear its name off the controversy trailing the siting of a base in Kano State
Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has commended security agencies for the improved security in the state, noting that the synergy between the state government and the agencies
Lagos State Police Command yesterday allayed residents’ fears that the state is becoming a hotbed of kidnapping. The assurance came after reports of kidnapping incidents in the state.
As Nigeria marks its 61st Independence anniversary today, religious organisations in the country have urged Nigerians to seek solace in Allah and thanks Almighty Allah
With myriads of security challenges confronting the country such as kidnapping, banditry and terrorism, participants at a recent capacity building workshop on Conflict Reporting
Police arrested about 259 suspects over banditry, kidnapping, culpable homicide, rape, farmers/herders conflicts and other crimes in Niger in August.
The Police Command in Kaduna State said it had arrested 25 suspects for various crimes from August to September, an official said on Thursday.
The Katsina State Command, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), said it had arrested a suspected cattle rustler and a drug dealer in the state.
Bishop of the Diocese of Ife, Church of Nigeria, Anglican communion, Rt. Rev. Olubunmi Akinlade, while strongly pitching his tent with those who believe that it is better, Nigeria remains an entity, has however called on the Federal Government to stop shying away from reality and without delay embark on restructuring. He made the call…