Officer’s Told not to Treat Journalists like Criminals

​ Police officers should be more open and transparent with journalists and should not treat them like criminals, the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has said.Cressida Dick, who took over at Scotland Yard in April, said she wanted to “reset the relationship” between her officers and the media, pointing out that they were often “working towards... Continue Reading →


Army Commissions Board of Inquiry to Investigate Shooting in Chibok

​ The Headquarters of 28 Task Force Brigade, Nigerian Army, has instituted a Board of Inquiry (BOI) to unravel the circumstances surrounding the shooting incident that resulted in the death of an Officer and a Senior Non-Commission Officer (SNCO), deployed on duty at Chibok, Borno State earlier today Sunday, 12th November 2017. At about 12.50pm... Continue Reading →

NNPC Raises Alarm on Recruitment Scam

Ndu Nghamadu, Abuja: The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has, for the umpteenth time, reiterated that it has not launched a recruitment campaign of any kind for now. The latest clarification is coming on the heels of a fresh recruitment advert purportedly from the Corporation being circulated by e-mails and on various social media platforms.... Continue Reading →

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