Buhari and statesmen’s suit against sectionalism
In an unprecedented but bold move, some elder statesmen and women leaders from Southern and Middle Belt Nigeria have taken the Federal Government to court
COVID-19: FG approves N13b intervention fund for pest control
The Federal Government has approved N13b Intervention Fund to boost agricultural activities during this year’s farming season in12 frontline states.
Lalong inauguarates security outpost, surveillance centre in Jos
Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau has inaugurated the prototype security outpost and surveillance centre, at Dutse -Uku community in Jos North Local Government Area
Expert worry over weak endpoint security as firms encourage remote working
As part of the new normal, organisations are encouraging their workers to work remotely even beyond the lockdown period; this comes with some security challenges
Personal, national security now and after COVID-19
Throughout history, we see that crisis brings out the worst of us. It calls the dark side of our being to take the spotlight. It is not common to see normal
Taraba: Provide tighter security, clerics plead
Christian Reform Church, Nigeria (CRC-N) has called for the deployment of more security operatives to the troubled areas of Taraba State saying this will restore normalcy in the area
Much ado about national security adviser
General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida, GCFR, whose tenure was between August 27, 1985, to August 26, 1993, was the first to introduce the office of the National Security Adviser to this country.
NUPENG decries harassment by security agents
The National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has decried alleged harassment and intimidation of oil companies’ workers by security operatives.