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AIG Abubakar Marafa: an officer with dexterity By Saviour Ekpe

AIG Abubakar Marafa: an officer with dexterity  By Saviour Ekpe

A gallant, dutiful, loyal and very committed gentleman who ventured into this planet earth with courage, vim and vigor in readiness to serve his fatherland and the people, AIG Abubakar Marafa, the Assistant Inspector-General of Police (AIG) Zone 6. Before ...

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Akwa Ibom Police Identify new strategy in fighting crime

Akwa Ibom Police Identify new strategy in fighting crime

As part of the concerted efforts of the Akwa Ibom State Police Command to rid the state of criminal elements and to ultimately ensure the safety of residents and visitors alike, the Command has therefore warned all motorists and motorcyclists ...

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… Why Police Declare War on Criminals in AKS By Our Correspondent

… Why Police Declare War on Criminals in AKS  By Our Correspondent

In many countries and other social entities in the world, the issue of security is invariably multi dimensional and proactive in scope and depth as well as multi generational in vision, goal and action. It is this context that section ...

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Curbing Insurgency through Educational Policy (1)

The Nigerian Major General Tukur Yusuf Buratai has been appointed the Force Commander of the Multi-National Joint Task Force (MNJTF). He has assumed duties at the new Headquarters in N’Djamena, the Capital of Chad Republic. The reorganised MNJTF arrangement is ...

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BOKO HARAM: A COVERT GEOPOLITICAL MACHINERY

BOKO HARAM: A COVERT GEOPOLITICAL MACHINERY

Geopolitics is the social science theory that analyzes the relationships between politics and geographical territories in conspiracy. It provides an understanding of the links between political power, economic, demographic and geographical factors.  When predictions are made about what might happen ...

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THE CRIMINAL IN ALL OF US: The Nigerian Perspective (2)

THE CRIMINAL IN ALL OF US: The Nigerian Perspective (2)

The virulence and magnitude with which Nigerians engage in crime has been explained in many ways. Some writers trace the root to 3 (three) main events: the incursion of the military into politics in January 15, 1966, the 1967 – ...

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THE CRIMINAL IN ALL OF US: The Nigerian Perspective (1)

The paper posits that the Nigerian society derives benefit from the existence of crime because the Nigerian clime works to maintain rather than to eliminate crime. Because in Nigeria crime seems to pay, because the benefits far outweigh the costs, ...

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POLITICS OF CONSPIRACY: BOKO HARAM PERSPECTIVE

The conspiracy theories attempting to explain the Boko Haram crisis can be marked into two broad categories: one focusing on machinations of internal actors, the other on external actors. Internal actors may include the disgruntled northern power elite who, having ...

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PROPOSED AMNESTY FOR BOKO HARAM: A PRACTICAL APPROAH

There have been mixed feelings surrounding the proposed amnesty for faceless members of the Islamic militant sect (a.k.a Boko Haram), leading some people to opine that Federal Government’s attempt is a waste of time and resources. This is coming on ...

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BLOOD DIAMOND GAME A CABAL IDEOLOGY

Nigeria whose name was embraced following the amalgamation of the Northern and Southern protectorate in 1914 by empire builder Sir Frederick Lord Lugard became an independent state in 1960 and a republic in 1963, Nigeria is currently divided into 36 ...

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