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For Sale: The Nigeria Police Force, By Dele Agekameh

The government needs to take formal notice of these funds and build a structure around its utilisation that promotes accountability and transparency. The Muhammadu Buhari administration came into power with the promise of a full scale war on corruption at all levels. While many see the fight against corruption as…
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Opinion

Anti-corruption War: Whistleblowers In Danger, By Godwin Onyeacholem

When potential whistleblowers hear or read these unnerving stories about the plight of those who had made disclosures before them under the policy, the way they are exposed to danger with no protection of any kind from relevant stakeholders in the society, the first reaction would be to obey the…
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Opinion

Idris: Witch-hunting As An Axe of Policing, By Shola Oshunkeye

Ibrahim Kpotum Idris. At 57, the Niger State-born lawyer-turned-police officer has every reason to be grateful to God. Since joining the Nigeria Police Force as Cadet ASP in 1984, the man has held several command positions and taken part in some foreign missions. And he proved his mettle. Now, all…
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