Hi there, I want you all to be mindful of your security. Listen to news regularly, please.Nigeria is going through very difficult and unsafe times. There are calls from foreign concerns to declare the country a failed state. This is because of the level of insecurity in the country presently. We all need to be … Continue reading 20 Personal security tips for anyone in Nigeria
With last year’s EndSARS riots and face-off with the police have come avalanche of attacks on the police and police facilities in parts of the country. This seemed to have exposed the weakness of the force, causing criminals, cultists and civilians alike to dare and sometimes take on the force. We take a look at … Continue reading Lawlessness in Nigeria: Which way forward?
The Federal Government yesterday declared that the killing of security operatives amounted to a declaration of war on the country. The government warned that “overwhelming force’ would be used against the perpetrators of such heinous crime. It reassured Nigerians that it was not “overwhelmed” by the worsening insecurity and called on the media to douse … Continue reading ‘You’re asking for war,’ Nigerian govt speaks on lawlessness in the country
Award-winning singer, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy is promoting a new petition in the United Kingdom. His intention is to get the UK government to impose sanction on the federal government of Nigeria and public officials for human rights abuses during the #EndSARS movement. The petition to the UK government and parliament … Continue reading #EndSARS: Burna Boy signs new petition to the UK govt
President Muhammadu Buhari has broken silence on the #ENDSARS protests spreading across the nation. He said his administration was committed to reforms in SARS operations. The President, in a series of tweets on Friday night, said he had met with the Inspector General of Police, Adamu Mohammed, who he said has briefed him on moves … Continue reading Buhari meets IGP, breaks silence on #EndSARS