EndSARS: Group demands PSC working independently
The United Global Resolve For Peace (UGRFP) has said the only way to solving the policing challenges in the country was to allow the Police Service Commission (PSC) to function independently within the ambit of its statutory powers.
Group wants retired justice, rights activist appointed PSC chairman
The United Global Resolve For Peace (UGRFP) has advocated the appointment of a retired justice, or rights activist as chairman of the Police Service Commission...
Azinge, group task Nigeria on Leah Sharibu’s alleged death video, freedom
A non-governmental organisation, United Global Resolve For Peace (UGRFP), has called on the Federal Government to verify the authenticity of a viral video alleging Leah Sharibu’s death.
Group takes police to NHRC over alleged assault
The United Global Resolve For Peace (UGRFP) has petitioned the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) over alleged police brutality and violation of Ogbaji...
Shun violence, vote buying during elections, group urges Nigerians
A non-governmental organisation, United Global Resolve for Peace (UGRFP), has called on Nigerians to shun violence, while also urging politicians to stop vote buying during the general elections. Executive Director, UGRFP, Shalom Olaseni in a statement at the weekend said the sanctity of the poll would be assured when the election is free, fair, credible and…
Create jobs to discourage trafficking among Nigerians, group urges FG
A non-governmental organisation, United Global Resolve For Peace (UGRFP), has urged the Federal Government to create jobs that would discourage Nigerians from seeking greener pastures abroad. It said government must provide enabling environment that would be conducive for Nigerians who want to go into small and medium businesses, stressing that resorting to loans from international…
Group decries prevalence of jungle justice in Nigeria
The United Global Resolve For Peace (UGRFP) has decried high rate of jungle justice in Nigeria, urging youths to shun killings and allow the law to take its course.