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Zamfara police arrest 15 suspects, recover arms, 151 cows

The Police Command in Zamfara has arrested 15 suspects for various crimes in the state and recovered arms, 151 cows and 29 sheep.

Police arrest 16 over kidnapping, robbery, cultism

The Kogi state police command said it had arrested no fewer than 16 suspected criminals terrorising the state.

Katsina govt inaugurates local peace committees

The Katsina State Dialogue and Amnesty Committee has inaugurated Peace Committees across the 34 local government areas of the state.

Kaduna police parade 34 suspected criminals

Kaduna State Police Command, on Wednesday, paraded 34 suspects for their involvements in armed robbery, rustling, culpable homicide, impersonation and kidnapping in the state.

Police nab suspected kidnappers terrorising Lokoja-Okene Road

The Kogi State Police Command has arrested three suspected notorious kidnappers terrorising the Lokoja-Okene road in the state.

Catholic bishops want stiffer war against graft

Catholic Bishops have asked the Federal Government to device new strategies to bolster and reinforce anti-corruption fight as the current approach is not yielding desired results.

ASUU strike unnecessary burden – Bishops

Catholic bishop on Tuesday rose from a two-day conference where they declared the on-going strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) as a burden and unnecessary.

Zamfara govt promises crime-free state

The Zamfara state government says it will not relent in its fight against cattle rustling, arm banditry and other forms of criminality in the state.

Kano govt donates patrol vehicles to security agencies

The Kano State government has donated 29 patrol vehicles to five military and paramilitary agencies, as part of measures to tackle crime in the state.

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