ALLEGED SARS SHOOTING: AIG Meets Ughelli Monarch, Says Visit To Douse Tension

UGHELLI/Nigeria: Following the Viral video of alleged SARS Shooting of a young man in Ughelli, the headquarters of Ughelli North Local Government Area, the Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 5, AIG, Sholla David, FDC, PSC (+), today 5/10/2020 paid a courtesy visit to the Ovie of Ughelli Kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Dr Wilson Oharisi 111, JP. Speaking to the Ughelli Monarch and his palace chiefs, the AIG zone 5, said the visit was to see the victim of the incident on the viral video and to ensure that peace…

Delta Govt Committed to Securing Lives of Citizens — Aniagwu

ASABA/Nigeria: Delta Government on Monday restated its commitment to the security of lives and property of citizens in the state. The Commissioner for Information, Mr Charles Aniagwu, gave the affirmation at a news conference in Asaba. He said the state government had a healthy working relationship with security agencies operating in the state and urged residents to cultivate such relationship with the agencies as it would engender mutual respect on both sides, especially while the law-enforcement agents would be carrying out lawful duties. On allegation of extortion of tricycle operators…

Police on Duty Banned From Searching Phones, Laptops

ABUJA/Nigeria: The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Adamu has banned the personnel of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) and other Tactical Squads of the Force including the Special Tactical Squad (STS), Intelligence Response Team (IRT), Anti-Cultism Squad and other Tactical Squads operating at the Federal, Zonal and Command levels from carrying out routine patrols. Federal SARS and the Special Squads are also banned from carrying out routine patrol and other conventional low-risk duties including stop and search duties, checkpoints, mounting of roadblocks, traffic checks, etc – with immediate effect.…

Delta, Navy Seek Partnership On Enforcement Of Environmental Regulations

WARRI/Nigeria: Delta State Government has expressed its readiness to collaborate with the Nigerian Navy to enforce compliance of all environmental regulations in the state waterways. The State Chairman, Taskforce on Environment, Hon. Sylvester Oromoni disclosed this during a courtesy visit to the Commander, Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) Delta in Warri, Commodore Semiu Adepegba, Monday, September 28, 2020. Addressing the Commanding Officer NNS Delta, Commodore Semiu Adepegba, the State Taskforce Chairman on Environment said that the essence of the visit was to collaborate with the Navy so as to enforce compliance…

Delta DG Orientation Commends Anti-Cult Group, Promises to Deepen Partnership

ASABA/Nigeria: The Director-General of the Delta State Orientation Bureau, Mr Eugene Uzum, has commended the Leadership/Members of the Anti- Cult Volunteer Corps (AVC) for their cooperation in order to eradicate Cultism. Uzum, a lawyer, said this during an interactive session with the Anti-cult group. He explained that Cultism is a cankerworm that has eaten deep into the fabrics of the Society. He emphasized that the damage done by its members cannot be quantified in terms of untimely death of Youths’ cut down from their prime, as a result of their…

2020 INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE: CEPEJ Calls for Collaboration with Security Agencies

WARRI/Nigeria:  A civil society organisation, Center for Peace and Environmental Justice, CEPEJ has flagged off the 2020 International Day of Peace tagged: “Shaping Peace Together” by handing over the State Intelligence Investigation Bureau (SIIB) building to the Nigeria Police, Warri Area Command, Delta State. The event was well attended by the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Idris Adamu who was ably represented by the Commissioner of Police, Delta State, CP Hafiz Inuwa, Mni, the Director General, Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolutions, Prof. Bakut Tswah Bakut, representatives of the Nigeria…

NAF to Employment House Officers For Its Lagos Hospital

ASABA/Nigeria: The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) 2020/2021 training session for House Officers and Interns at 661 NAF Hospital, Ikeja has commenced with the release of application forms on 1st September, 2020. A statement released by the Delta State Director of Information, said application forms is available at 461 Nigeria Air Force Hospital, Kaduna and 661Nigeria Air Force Hospital, Ikeja. The statement said submission of completed application forms will close on 30th September, 2020. According to the statement, interested applicants should visit NAF hospitals at Kaduna or Lagos to collect their…

Nigerian Navy Commences Direct Short Service Commission Course 28 Enlistment

ASABA/Nigeria: The Nigerian Navy (NN) Direct Short Service Commission Course 28 Enlistment Exercise has been scheduled to hold from September- December 2020. A statement by the Delta State Director of Information, Mr Dona Obuseh, said the online registration of candidate will commence on 7th September 2020 and close on 5th October, 2020. The statement emphasized the registration is free of charge and all prospective candidates are expected to register online at www.joinnigeriannavy.com within the period and ensure strict compliance with the registration guidelines.

Delta Monarch Charges Police on Adequate Security During Council Elections

EFFURUN/Nigeria: Ahead of the forthcoming local government council elections in Delta State, the Ovie of Uvwie Kingdom, HRM Dr Emmanuel Ekemejewa Sideso (JP) OON, Abe 1, has charged the Nigeria Police to provide adequate security before, during and after the elections in Uvwie Local Government Area. The traditional ruler gave the charge during the familiarization visit of the new Warri Police Area Commander, ACP Abubaker Argungu to his palace, GRA, Effurun, on Wednesday September 2nd, 2020. The traditional ruler stated Uvwie was the most peaceful local government areas in Delta…

Global Security Culture Report: It’s not the Technology that secures the Organisation. It’s its People

The report underscored one very important fact – the human element is underserved JOHANNESBURG/South Africa:  The 2020 Security Culture Report released by KnowBe4 and CLTRe collected data from more than 120,000 employees across 24 countries to find out exactly how deeply security was embedded into company culture. Or not. South Africa, Kenya, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, USA, UK, New Zealand, Norway and India were some of the countries included in the survey. The industries included Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Education, Transport, and Energy and Utilities. The security report was developed by…