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The National Association of Izalatul Bidia Waikamatul Sunna (JIBWIS) has advised the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Kpotun-Idris to liaise with religious and traditional leaders to enlist only credible people in the NPF.
Three residents of a community in the Madagali Local Governmet Area of Adamawa state reportedly lost their lives in a bomb attack on Monday, January 1, according to a report by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
The source said, the person in India may have bought the phone unknowingly from a shop at the GSM Village in Wuse are of Abuja at the price of N200,000.
Catholic priests in Nigeria have expressed concern over the rampant cases of insecurity in the country and have added their voice to the #EndSARS campaign.
The Federal Government has assured Nigerians that more police officers will be recruited to deal with problems associated with internal security in the country.
Rivers state police command and operatives of the Department of State Services have arrested 13 women allegedly dealing in illegal sale of naira notes.
Chiboy, a suspect, is said to the driver of the operational vehicle used in kidnapping as well as the negotiator of ransoms. He reportedly received N3 million.
Nollywood actress, April Joju Muse, recorded a police officer allegedly from Ajiwe Police Station, Lagos, assaulting her with tear gas during an altercation.
The group led by Segun Awonsanya said failure to to meet the demand will force the group to take other measures to embarrass the government into taking action.
Nigerian youths in Ibadan have contributed to the ongoing campaign against SARS that is ongoing on social media, but their campaign is for SARS to be reformed.
The #SupportSARS campaign group said they were at the Eagle Square to root support for the Special Anti-Robbery Squad unit of the Nigeria Police Force.
The OurMumuDonDo group on Monday, December 11, took to the streets of Abuja to protest the activities of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad unit of the police.
The commissioner for youths, sports and public safety in Imo state, Rodney Tony Ajaelu, has narrated his recent experience with operatives of the SARS.
Police have been circulating the hashtag #SupportSARS on social media and have called on media organizations to report on their rally in Abuja supporting them.
An Abuja-based journalist, Kenny Adewole, writes on the controversial #EndSARS campaign by Nigerian youths which dominated discourse in Nigeria last week.
The House said the police was focused on diverting the public's attention from the sordid and weighty allegations against the Police especially the SARS unit.
Moses Motoni, a staff at BudgIT who was arrested by policemen suspected to be Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) operatives, has recounted his horrific ordeal.
The Police said on Sunday, December 3 that it saw no reason to disband the SARS unit because it was doing quite well in its given duties across the nation.
The IGP, Ibrahim Idris has said that the internal working mechanisms have been introduced by the present police management to checkmate issues of corruption.
A Lagos-based legal practitioner, Ademola Odusote has instituted a legal action against the embattled Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Kpotun Idris.
An attempt by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to arrest heads of the State Security Service and the National Intelligence Agency has been foiled.
The office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Awka, Anambra state has been beefed up with maximum security with men of th DSS and police