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A Nigerian man who witnessed a Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) brutality has shared the story of what happened on social media. The man identified as Tokunbo Akintola alleged that the officers had randomly arrested people.
The Ogun state police command said it has arrested a suspected madman known as Lekan Adebisi who allegedly killed two pupils of St. John’s Anglican Primary School, Agodo, Ogun Waterside local government area of the state.
Police killed a 16-year-old pupil at Randle Secondary School. The Senior Secondary School 2 pupil in front of his parents’ residence on Fadaini Street, Ijora Badia, watching some protesters when he was hit by the bullet.
Dolapo Badmus has officially been promoted to the rank of Chief Superintendent of Police. The famous police officer shared photos from the happy event on social media. She again thanked her superiors for the opportunity.
The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in the state, Sam Egwu, said on Tuesday, March 13, in Minna that the police, through a tip-off, invaded the centre and arrested the alleged culprit with many temporary voters’ cards.
The director-general of the state’s department of nomadic affairs, Alhaji Abdullahi Babayo declared that many Fulani herdsmen have surrendered 30 different guns illegally acquired, to the police command in Niger.
Hundreds and thousands of policemen protested against what they described as outrageous and unexpected deductions from their salaries at the MSS of the Lagos state police command in Oduduwa, in the Ikeja area of the state.
Justice Jude Okeke, delivering judgment in the suit filed by Efobi, held that there was no basis for the court to disbelieve the evidence of the applicant, which was not contradicted by the respondents - the Nigeria Police Force.
Nigeria Police Force has debunked a media report which went viral credited to online news site, Sahara Reporters captioned “Villa police protest unpaid allowances since 2015,” describing it as untrue, misleading and mischievous.
Though peace gradually returning to Daffo rural communities in Bokkos local government of Plateau over a recent attack, the state’s Police command has confirmed the arrest of a herdsman who was apprehended with a military riffle.
He escorted some members of my family on a trip. Between Ilesa and Ife, there was a robbery during which the robbers shot and killed my niece. The driver told me that he (the policeman) ran into a bush and they did not see him.
Two Nigerians have been arraigned before a Lagos magistrate court for drinking alcohol in front of police station. The accused, Wole Broad and Wale Oludare, are facing a two-count charge of felony and breach of peace.
Members of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, March 6, vowed to to sue Joseph Nwadike, legal officer serving with the Nigeria police. The officer has been accused of lying to the House committee while under oath.
On Sunday, February 4, 2018, at about 0100 hours, the Bayelsa state police command strike force, a team that specialises in tracking down wanted criminals, arrested one Temona Boleigha Alison, male, based on a tip-off.
The three commissioners of police promoted to AIG are CP, Danjuma Ibrahim, CP. Istifanus Shettima and CP. Jimoh Omeiza Ozi-Obeh while DCPs. Bello Yahaya, Fave Semali, Mukaddas M. Garba and D.D. Galadanchi were elevated to the rank
A 40-year-old Ibrahim Sheu, who was arrested on Monday, March 5, by the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) operatives for selling Tramadol and other addictive stimulants to school pupils, said he sold about six sachets a day.
NAIJ.com gathered that this is the first time the sleepy town of Buni-Yadi in Yobe is witnessing a terrorist attack since April 16, 2016 after it was liberated by the Nigerian military from Boko haram in 2015 after a fierce battle
One Chiamaka Ukeje, female, 22-year-old from Umuduru Isiala Mbano local government area of Imo state, along side three others were paraded on Wednesday, February 28, by the Imo police command for stealing and selling one Chinagoro
A combined security team made up of men of the Nigerian army, Nigeria police and Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) stormed the mining sites on Wednesday evening, February 28, when the illegal miners were preparing
The decision was taken after the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, gave a directive on the disarmament and recovery of prohibited firearms, ammunition and weapons in the possession of all suspected individuals and groups
The Benue police command has debunked an online newspaper report that special forces have been withdrawn from the theatre of operation in the state after they were deployed to the area following the attacks by armed herdsmen.
It’s only in states where the anti-open grazing law is in place that herdsmen can be arrested for allowing their cattle to graze on airport runways. Apart from those states, we have not been told to start arresting herdsmen.