The ongoing National Conference in Abuja today resolved that States can in the future establish, fund and control a Police Force of their own, as well as put into place community policing.
Over 100 persons, mostly children and women, were this afternoon buried in mass grave yards in the troubled Southern Kaduna region of Kaduna state.

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The Ribadu Campaign Organisation has threatened to take legal actions against the Jonathan/Sambo campaign organisation to stop what it terms gross violation of the intellectual property rights of its...
Many of the 132, 000 units of the Direct Data Capturing (DDC) machines ordered by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC,  for the purpose of registering Nigerians ahead of this...
Members of the Team Ribadu USA and UK have written the leadership of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) to adopt Nuhu Ribadu as its presidential candidate if the party hopes to win the 2011...
A federal high court in Abuja today rejected a lawsuit filed by aggrieved People's Democratic Party (PDP) members seeking to stop Goodluck Jonathan from contesting the party primaries on Thursday.
Two former accomplices of the former governor of Delta state James Ibori have plead guilty To V-Mobile shares theft charges.
Respect Nigerians Coalition (RNC) is happy to inform Nigerians and the international community that following the appearance of Prof Okey Ndibe at the State Security Service (SSS) office in Lagos as...
The state security services of Nigeria this morning released the passports of popular newspaper columnist, Okey Ndibe, claiming that his arrest last Saturday at the Murtala Mohammed International...
In Eket, Akwa Ibom State, this weekend’s National Assembly primaries of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), which broke into violence, has claimed one life as one of the victims on...
We, Writers Without Borders, wish to express our profound dismay at the arrest and interrogation of the Nigerian academic and journalist Dr. Okey Ndibe, as well as the seizure of his passports by...
New York, NY, Jan 9th 2011; The Nigeria Democratic Liberty Forum (NDLF) condemns unequivocally the arrest, detention, harassment and the breach of the fundamental human right of Prof Okey Ndibe; a...
Election neurosis has clearly gripped a most insensitive and inept Security apparatus. Inept because the harassment of a journalist is the very worst form of service that can be rendered to their...
Saharareporters just learnt minutes ago that the SSS at MMIA in Lagos arrested Okey Ndibe and detained, a   columnist and US professor.