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At night you will see light in Cameroon border towns but no light in Nigeria’s – Sen. Gumel

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Sen. Abdullahi Gumel has said that poor development and lack of social amenities at the border towns across the country were major reasons for continued conflicts and insecurity just as he lamented that at night you will see light (electricity) in Cameroon border towns but no light in Nigeria’s.
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FG acquires Unmanned Aerial System to curtail insecurity

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The Federal Government has acquired Unmanned Aerial System, UAS, technology at the border town of Daura, Katisna State, with a view to aiding security and intelligent agencies across the country to track criminals and miscreants that operate within the border communities.
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Partner with us to combat insecurity —Traditional rulers tell govt

Jos – Traditional rulers in the country have called for partnership with the government to combat insecurity in the country. They spoke at a roundtable conference at the National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS, in Kuru, Jos South local government area of Plateau State, on the topic: “Role of Traditional rulers in community policing in Nigeria: Models, Policy options and Strategies.
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FG must intensify fight against Boko Haram, herdsmen –Ortom

FG must intensify fight against Boko Haram, herdsmen –Ortom

John Charles, Makurdi The Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom,  on Sunday,  enjoined Nigerians to sustain their faith in the corporate existence, unity and indivisibility of Nigeria even as the country faces so many challenges. In an Independence Day message signed by his Media Adviser, Tahav Agerzua, Ortom reiterated his belief that Nigerians have cause to […] …

Buhari shouldn’t play politics with security matters —Agbekoya

Buhari shouldn’t play politics with security matters —Agbekoya

President-General of Agbekoya Farmers Association Nigeria, Chief Kamorudeen Aremu, tells TOBI AWORINDE that President Muhammadu Buhari should review the appointment of heads of security agencies How do you feel about the domination of heads of security agencies by northerners in the light of the forthcoming general elections? Already, there is a crisis about security in […] …

It’s dangerous to trust Buhari with our security — Jang

It’s dangerous to trust Buhari with our security — Jang

Friday OLOKOR A former governor of Plateau State and senator representing Plateau North in the National Assembly, Jonah Jang, has condemned the invasion of Rukuba Road, Jos North Plateau State, by bandits. According to him, President Muhammdu Buhari and Governor Simon Lalong should “resign with immediate effect having displayed unfathomable insensitivity and cluelessness in the […] …

2019: Dankwambo promises to tackle insecurity, others if elected president

ALHAJI Ibrahim Dankwambo, a presidential aspirant on the platform of Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), has promised to tackle insecurity and other challenges facing the country if elected president in 2019. Dankwambo, who is the incumbent governor […]
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How defence ministry misspent N35bn loan on substandard military equipment – Presidential report

How defence ministry misspent N35bn loan on substandard military equipment – Presidential report

Everest Amaefule and Olaleye Aluko, Abuja A Presidential Committee report on the Audit of Defence Equipment Procurement in the Armed Forces from 2007 to 2015 has revealed that a N35bn loan given to the Ministry of Defence for the purchase of Contingent-Owned Equipment was misspent on equipment, which did not meet the United Nations’ standards. […] …

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