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1 Sep 2020
The Nigerian Police Authority has effected a change strategy ahead of the governorship election in Edo state.
3 Feb 2020
Another case of alleged police brutality has emerged in Rivers State. This time relatives of two young men allegedly arrested by the police on the 17th of January 2020 have raised alarm over their whereabouts.
18 Jan 2020
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8 Dec 2019
Barely 72hrs after the clash between men of the Nigerian police and members of the proscribed indigenous people of Biafra, resident of Umunakwa-Orifitie community of Anambra state have fled for fear of reprisal attacks.
8 May 2019
Senator Ademola Adeleke has pled not guilty to a five-count charge of alleged falsification of certificate preferred against him by the Nigerian police.
8 Apr 2019
The Nigerian police on Friday tendered a vehicle allegedly damaged by Senator Dino Melaye before a Federal Capital Territory High Court in Apo.
7 Mar 2019
Nigerian Police loses two officers to electoral violence.
6 Oct 2018
Nigerian Police teargassed the Senate President Senator Bukola Saraki and other Peoples Democratic Party Presidential aspirants during the protest for a free and fear election at the INEC office and on the Street of Abuja.
28 Jul 2018
The political crisis in the Benue State House of Assembly assumed another dimension on Friday when the Nigerian police barred the 22 lawmakers who impeached Mr Terkimbi Ikyange as Speaker of the Assembly from gaining access to the legislative chamber for plenary.
17 Jun 2018
Paul Ezeugo, 27, a website designer has been arrested over the murder of a woman who he allegedly met on Facebook, lured, killed and then stole her car.

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