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2018 Budget accommodates increased number of police personnel – President Buhari

President Mohammadu Buhari has disclosed that the 2018 budget captured a budgetary allocation that accommodates increase in number of Police personnel, adding that another round of recruitment of police officers and men was envisaged.

Policeman drags IGP Ibrahim Idris to President Buhari over N32 billion probe, others

A serving police officer, DCP Abduyari Lafia, who had earlier earned commendations for bursting fraud cases amounting to more than N360 million, has written a petition to President Muhammadu Buhari, against over the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, calling for investigations into how the police chief managed series of corruption cases referred to the police in recent months.

Lagos State Police Command gets new spokesman

A new spokesman has been appointed for the Lagos State Police Command.

NBBF mourns late Nigerian basketball star Daniel Daudu

Nigeria Basketball Federation, led by Ahmadu Musa Kida and the nation’s basketball community mourn the death of ex-Junior D’Tiger and International player, Daniel Daudu.

Nigerian basketballer Daniel Daudu dies in US

The leadership of the Nigeria Basketball Federation led by Engineer Musa Kida has expressed deep shock over the death of Daniel Daudu which occurred on Friday, October 27, 2017.

Solomon Dalung urges IGP Ibrahim Idris to recruit sportsmen into Nigeria Police

Barrister Solomon Dalung has called on the Inspector General of Police Ibrahim K. Idris to recruit sportsmen and women who excel in sports into the Nigeria Police Force.

[email protected]: Secessionists should have a rethink – Ambode

Lagos State governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode, on Sunday urged individuals and groups calling for a break-up of the country to have a rethink, stressing that the country’s unity was required to address its challenges.

IGP urges fed govt to recruit additional 155,000 policemen in five years

The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, on Friday urged the Federal Government to recruit additional 31,000 policemen annually over the next five years, to ensure effective policing across the country.

IGP warns constables against corruption, indiscipline

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr Ibrahim Idris, has warned new police constables against acts capable of tarnishing the image of the Nigeria Police Force.

Nigeria needs additional 31,000 new police officers yearly for five years – IGP

The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, on Friday urged the federal government to recruit additional 31,000 police officers annually over the next five years, to ensure effective policing across the country.

1,195 Police recruits complete training in Kaduna

As federal government intensifies efforts to improve efficiency and professionalism of Nigerian Police, 1,195 2016/2017 recruits have successfully completed nine months rigorous training at Police College Kaduna.

Kogi gets new police commissioner

Mr. Ali Janga on Monday took over as the new Commissioner of Police in Kogi State.

Police angry with officers taking pictures with Kanu

The Nigeria Police Force is irked that some officers are taking photographs with pro-secession leader Nnamdi Kanu, and warned that authorities will not take the action with levity.

Police unveils plans to set up 88 more area commands​

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, has disclosed that 88 additional area commands would be created to boost operational efficiency.

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Why I introduced election into Imo monarch system – Governor Okorocha

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IPOB not a terrorist group – Ohanaeze

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Kaduna govt to give incentives to rural teachers

Kaduna State Government on Sunday said it would introduce juicy incentives for teachers posted to public schools in rural areas of the state.

I’ll hold you responsible for any attack – Governor Fayose tells Fulani leader

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10,000 Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria – UN

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Benue killings: VP Osinbajo faults Governor Ortom’s ‘terrible falsehood’

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