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Breaking Bad’ Nigeria? Fear of a new narco-state

More and more meth labs are sprouting in Nigeria, stoking fears that the country will follow in the footsteps of Mexico In the early hours of a humid November morning, a 16-car convoy rolled into Obinugwu village in southeast Nigeria and stopped outside the iron gates of a non-descript house. More

Church massacre: Intersociety demands FCID, Interpol takeover of investigation

Babatunde Opalana  The International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety Nigeria) has demanded that Anambra State command should hands off the investigation into the recent Ozubulu church massacre and be handed over to the Federal Criminal Investigation Department (FCID) and the International Police (INTERPOL). Intersociety believed that the Anambra State

Op-ed: Ozubulu and archaic policing format

By Emmanuel Onwubiko  In recent history, the Nigeria Police has proven itself to be a weak force in terms of  professionalism and the capacity of the personnel to effectively combat crimes and enforce the law throughout Nigeria. Few years back, the Nigeria police due to the archaic policing standards foisted on Nigeria