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Justice John Tsoho of the Federal High Court in Abuja, on Tuesday, October 10, ordered banks to unfreeze the 24 accounts of the Peace Corps of Nigeria.
They are Lawyers Integrity Crusade Network, National Association of Nigerian Students, National Youth Council of Nigeria, National Youth Democratic Congress.
The respected traditional ruler made the comments when he received the national officers of PCN and commandants from the 7 states of the northwest region
On Friday, September 22, the Lagos state police command announced the arrest of 34 officials of the Peace Corp organisation through Olarinde Famous-Cole.
Solomon Dalung, minister of youth and sport development, solicited support for federal government in curbing anything that opposes peace in the country.
The event, which had the theme ‘Together for Peace: Respect, safety and dignity for all’, was organised at the instance of the Peace Corps of Nigeria.
Abuja-based public affairs analyst, Garba Rabiu writes on the need for the federal government to strengthen the Nigerian Peace Corps (NPC) and give it focus.
Ahead of this year’s Eid-el-Kabir, the Nigerian Peace Corps have deployed its personnel to mosques and Muslim praying grounds and flash points in Nasarawa state
The report published in an online medium over the weekend had alleged that the Peace Corps of Nigeria bribed senators with cash and job slots to pass the bill.
The Senate has clarified the ambiguity emanating from the Nigerian Peace Corps Bill passed on Tuesday, July 25 which elicited reactions across the Nigeria.
Dr. Chinedu Nneji, the Commandant General of NUPEC, has assured Nigerians that the Nigerian Peace Corps (NPC) will end Boko Haram insurgency in three months.
The Peace Corps of Nigeria (PCN), has commended the Acting President Professor Yemi Osinbajo for the matured way he has handled the affairs of the country.
Professor Humphrey Ogoegbunam made the declaration while addressing the senators of the committee on judiciary and human rights on Tuesday, May 30 in Abuja.
The NSCDC, on Tuesday, May 30 urged the Nigerian Senate to go ahead with the establishment of Nigerian Peace Corps, saying it had no opposition to it.
Peace Corps boss, Ambassador Dr Dickson Akoh said they have secured 11 judgements delivered at various courts in Nigeria against the Nigeria Police Force.
Justice Sylvanus Chinedu Orji of the High Court, issued the garnishee order upon an exparte motion argued on behalf of the PCN by Barrister J. E. Chukwuma.
The Nigerian Senate has rejected calls to stop a bill legalizing the Peace Corps of Nigeria because it has gone past the reading stages and cannot be stopped.
Yakubu Dogara has said lawmakers will not be distracted by the apathy shown by existing security agencies towards the establishment of the Peace Corps.
The government has reportedly arraigned the national commandant of the Peace Corps of Nigeria, Dickson Akoh, before a Federal High Court siting in Abuja.
The Nigeria Police Force has denied that it arrested and infringed on the rights of the boss of the Peace Corps, Dickson Akoh and other members of the Corps.
There was a mild drama at the Federal High Court on Monday, March 20, following the arraignment of Dr Dickson Akoh, the commandant of Peace Corps and others.
The Nigeria police has arraigned the national commandant of the Peace Corps, Ambassador Dr Dickson Akoh in an Abuja Federal High Court on Monday, March 20.