NSITF set to expand social security mandate
The Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) has begun aggressive training of its staffers in readiness for the expansion of its mandate, its Acting Managing Director, Ismail Agaka has disclosed.
Obama lands in Vietnam to boost security, trade ties
For many Americans, Vietnam remains a painful byword for slaughter and folly since hostilities in the decade-long ruinous war between the two nations finally ended in 1975.
Security summit to reunite IDPs holds May 14
Reuniting over 6,000 below five years children with their families is to top the agenda of the second Regional Security Summit (RSS) for West African states holding in Abuja this Saturday, May 14.
Private security drive for economic growth
The global private security industry is estimated to have a total value of about US$68 billion. It is also one of the highest employers of labour.
At Easter, IGP orders tight security
As Nigerian Christians join their counterparts in other parts of the world to mark Easter in commemoration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr. Solomon Arase, has directed all zonal and state commands to beef up security around worship centres, recreational areas and places with high concentration of…
Rights group alleges complicity of security agents in Rivers State violence, others
CAMPAIGN for Democracy and Development (CDD) yesterday expressed dissatisfaction with the conduct of security agents in the just concluded Rivers State Governorship and House of Assembly poll.
Kenyans demand better security as they mourn massacre victims
Hundreds of Kenyans took to the streets Tuesday demanding greater security following last week's massacre by Somalia's Shebab Islamists, on the final day of mourning for the 148 people killed by the militants. The demonstrators waved placards and chanted slogans as they marched on the streets of the Kenyan capital and the northeastern town of…