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NPS wins global PR award on crisis management

The Nigeria Prison Service (NPS), Nigeria’s apex reformatory agency, has won the Golden World Award (GWA) on Crisis Management instituted by the International Public Relations Association (IPRA) for a media campaign on Prison Decongestion and the plight of Awaiting Trial Inmates (ATI). The award ceremony will take place in Barcelona, Spain

No life lost in Niger state pipeline explosion-NSCDC

•Three persons injured, suspects arrested •Cause of explosion still uncertain Jude Johnson The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), has confirmed that no life was lost in the twin fuel pipeline explosion that rocked Niger State on Sunday, July 8, 2018. The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of NSCDC, Niger State Command, Ibrahim

EFCC Detains Former Kaduna Governor, Ex-Minister

A former Governor of Kadyna state, Ramalam Yero, has been detained by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Yero was on Wednesday detained alongside a former Kaduna Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Chairman, Haruna Gaiya; a former Minister of State for Power, Nuhu Way; and former Secretary to Kaduna State government,

Breaking News: Senate mace snatched at plenary

The mace, the symbol of authority of the Senate, was today  18th April, snatched by some anonymous men. Correspondents at the National Assembly reports that the unidentified men barged  into the Chamber of the Senate, during plenary, pushed away the Sergeant-at-Arms positioned at the entrance and carted away the mace. It is unclear

DICON, the first port of call for ordnance-Immigration boss

Babatunde Opalana The Comptroller General, Nigerian Immigration Services (NIS),  Mohammed Babandede, has commended  the Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria DICON, describing it as the first port of call in sourcing for the Ordnance needs of his organization. He said DICON has been variously described as the only Defence Industry in the West

Boko haram drug supply intercepted by NDLEA In Adamawa

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Adamawa State have intercepted about 1,316 tonnes of tramadol worth 20M, believed to be a supply for the Boko Haram terrorists. NDLEA Commander in the state, Mr Yakubu Kibo, revealed this to reporters on Friday in Yola, the state capital in

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