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The Lagos Police Command would soon establish Divisional Intelligence Offices at police stations across the state to handle information provided by members of the public.
Lagos State Government has stressed the need for community members to embrace volunteerism at the grassroots in order to engender even development in the state.
Spain’s Guardia Civil police force on Wednesday arrested the Catalan vice-president’s right-hand man, police and Catalonia’s regional government said.
Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been criticised and she is facing mounting international pressure for her handling of violence in Rakhine state and the Rohingya refugee crisis.
The Nigerian Employers Consultative Association (NECA) has faulted recent report by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) that Nigeria had exited recession, saying the economy was still in the woods.
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has urged the Federal Government to comply with its agreement with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
United Capital Plc has said Nigeria will require 180,000 megawatts (mw) of electricity to meet the need of household and businesses.
A Paulo Dybala hat-trick lifted Juventus back to the summit of Serie A alongside Inter Milan with a 3-1 victory at Sassuolo on Sunday making it four wins out of four for the champions.
Body of Professors and Associate Professors of the Lagos State University, LASU, has backed management’s decision in sacking 15 lecturers of the institution over alleged gross misconduct.
Christian Chukwu has disclosed he has no ill feelings over his recent dismissal by the Enugu State Government as the general manager and Chief Executive Officer of the Enugu Rangers, maintaining he gave everything to the club who brought him to prominence.
The Comptroller General, Nigeria Customs Service, Col. Hameed Ali, (retd.) has sounded a note of warning to those engaged in activities going in the Export Processing Zones in the country, saying that the zones have become routes for smugglers.
North Korea bitterly denounced new sanctions on its economy as “vicious, unethical and inhumane” and warned the measures would only accelerate progress on its nuclear weapons programme, state media reported Monday.