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Princess Owowoh becomes first Nigerian female officer cadet to graduate from UK’s Royal Military Academy

Abuja, 12 April 2024  Today, Officer Cadet Owowoh Princess Oluchukwu, became the first-ever Nigerian female officer to graduate from the UK’s Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS). The 24-year-old Princess was one of the 135 Officer Cadets to graduate during RMAS’ Sovereign’s Parade today in London. The parade marked the completion of …

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Lawmaker secures release of 4 persons involved in illegal arms manufacturing; Proposes new legislation

By Deborah Coker Abuja, April 10, 2024 Sen. Ned Nwoko (PDP-Delta), on Wednesday disclosed that he had secured the release of four family members involved in manufacturing arms at the Onicha-Olona illegal arms factory in Delta. Nwoko representing Delta North Senatorial District, who disclosed this in an interview with the …

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Investigate Segun Olatunji’s detention, prosecute the perpetrators – Media bodies, CSOs, demand

8 April 2024 Media stakeholders, including associations, professional bodies and civil society organisations (CSOs) have, in one accord, strongly condemned what they described as “the recent unlawful arrest, detention, brutalisation and torture of Mr. Segun Olatunji, Editor of FirstNews newspapers, by military personnel in response to stories published by the media …

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Ijaw Elders seek justice for slain officers, safety for innocent residents; Condemn invasion of Chief Clarks’ home

By Nathan Nwakamma Yenagoa, April 6, 2024 The Ijaw Elders Forum (IEF), Lagos branch, on Saturday expressed concerns over recent developments following the killing of 17 military personnel at Okuama in Delta and the ongoing military crackdown in search of the masterminds. IEF said this in a statement, signed by …

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 Remain vigilant, peaceful during Easter celebrations, DSS urges Nigerians 

As Christians nationwide commemorate Easter, the Department of State Services (DSS) has issued a call for heightened vigilance and urged citizens to report any suspicious activities to law enforcement agencies. Additionally, the DSS advised against engaging in illicit behaviors such as drug abuse and excessive alcohol consumption, while also rejecting …

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Invasion of my country home by Army – Cause for concern – Chief (Dr.) E. K. Clark; IYC condemns attack

Elder statesman and leader of the Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF), Chief (Dr.) Edwin. K. Clark has lamented that invasion of his country home by military personnel following the killing of 17 of their officers and men by militants in Okuama in Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State. …

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