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By Solomon Isa Njuwa The word “Welfare” in the dictionary means happiness, security/safety and well-being in any respect. If this is the case, it could therefore be taken that welfare will certainly make better meaning to the jailed and perhaps their jailer. It is no longer news that prisons in Nigeria have suffered several years […]


Between Jong-un of Korea and Bin-Salman of Arabia

By: Yushau A. Shuaib   In quick contrast to their respective jurisdictions, they are maverick and young with enormous political powers to determine the fate of their nations and their neighbours. Kim Jong-Un, the Supreme Leader of North -Korea and Mohammad bin Salman (MBS), the Defence Minister and Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia are below the […]


Police Service Commission: When will the Gallant Officers who Arrested Evans get Decorated?

 By: Yunusa Abdullahi. It is more than three months since the Police Service Commission (PSC) approved IGP Ibrahim Idris recommendation of special promotion for some officers and men of the Special Intelligence Response Team (IRT) and Technical Intelligence Unit (TIU) for rare display of gallantry, courage and resilience of over 4 years which led to […]


PRAWA: Tackling Human Rights Abuse Headlong

 By Michael Iseyare A Non-Governmental Organization, the Prisons Rehabilitation and Welfare Action (PRAWA), which is aimed at promoting security, justice and development in Africa has since its creation in the year 1994, in no small measure carved a niche for itself in the area of institutional reforms, rehabilitation of inmates as well as ex inmates. […]


Lt. Colonels Habila and Tasiu Promoted, Decorated Colonels.

The Nigerian Army Finance Corps recently held its biennial training conference in Lagos. At the occasion, some newly promoted finance officers were decorated. Among them were Lieutenant Colonels Yahaya Pelia Habila and Mohammed Tasiu. Picture shows the Acting Chief of Accounts and Budget, Army, Brig-Jahadi Ezra Jakko, flanked by Colonels Yahaya Habila (right) and Colonel […]