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16 Jan 2019
As the 2019 general elections reach fever pitch and with one day to its closure, DAAR Awards 2019 continues to attract contestants and followers on the Internet. The celebration of excellence award, organised by DAAR Communications PLC as part of its corporate social responsibility and commitment to promote excellence in Africa, continues to attract attention,…
25 Aug 2018
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr. Ibrahim Idris, has ordered the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) operatives not to attend to civil or commercial matters again and to strictly restrict their involvements to armed robbery and kidnapping cases only. Idris disclosed this yesterday when he addressed critical stakeholders, the media and the public on the…
11 Aug 2018
#EndSARS campaign covener, Segalinks (real name: Segun Awosanya) has revealed that the movement has sent a petition to the government requesting for the "scrapping of the special anti-robbery squad and the broader reform of the Nigeria Police Reform". In the letter dated 5th of August, he cited the "extortion from, disappearance and the deaths of…

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