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Family of late DIG Haruna call for probe of his Death


By Barnabas Manyam The Late Deputy Inspector General of Police Haruna John has been laid to rest in Taraba State on Saturday with his family members calling on the federal Government to order a full investigation into the cause of his death and immortalized him. Speaking at the interment, the brother of the late DIG, […]

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Nigeria: A new Dimension to the World of Crime


. Why Police are incapacitated BY MOHAMMED ISMAIL The spate of crime and security challenges currently bedeviling the nation is a source of concern for Nigerians. The rising wave of crime which precipitated to a near break down of law and order is becoming not only a source of concern to the people but has […]

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The Story Behind the Murder of Adamawa Top Cop


By MOHAMMED ISMAIL The gruesome daylight cold blooded murder of foremost crime buster and leader of Adamawa State Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS), ASP Mohammed Ali, is a poignant reminder to the fact that security in the state is passing through turbulent times. There is no gainsaying that the slain cop wields a larger than […]

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A Victim of SSS Brutality?


  Malam Suleiman Ibrahim, a nurse with the Barau Dikko Specialist Hospital Kaduna is the latest victim of brutality by the State Security Service (SSS). He narrates his ordeal to our Correspondent The day was Thursday March 1, 2012. Very early in the morning as usual, Mal. Suleiman Ibrahim prepared for work. He bade good […]

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The History of US-Israel Relations (1) How the “Special Relationship” was Created


Alison Weir is Executive Director If Americans Knew and President of the Council for the National Interest. She is available to give presentations on this topic and can be reached at contact@ ifamericansknew.org or inform@ cnionline.org. Part Two of this article will be published in the coming months. Alison Weir September 2011 While many people […]

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No Controversy Over My State of Origin – Vp Sambo


There has disquiet about the true origin of Vice President Namadi Sambo. He has been rumoured not to be from Kaduna State after all. While some claim that his father hailed from Bauchi State, others said he came from Edo State, but settled in Zaria where he married his mother. The speculation that VP Namadi’s […]

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Arm Twisting The Truth


There is no country in the world today that is not torn by civil war, yet whose basis of corporate existence is being subjected to such vociferous and persistent attacks by an articulate section of its own politicians, journalists and other opinion leaders, as the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Those attacking the corporate existence of […]

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