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Drama, as Abba stalls handover for hours, 3 DIGs protest Arase's appointment




Staff, (Vanguard) There was confusion and drama at the Force Headquarters in Abuja, yesterday, as the sacked Inspector-General of Police, Mr Suleiman Abba, stalled the formal handover to his successor, Mr Solomon Arase, until he was compelled to do so by the Presidency.

 

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Why Jonathan suddenly fired IGP, Suleiman Abba, and replaced him with Solomon Arase




Staff, (Vanguard) The Inspector-General of Police, Mr Suleiman Abba, yesterday, became the first major casualty of the just concluded general elections, which President Goodluck Jonathan and his party, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, lost to the opposition.

Jonathan fires IGP Abba for undisclosed reason(s), Nigerians have their suspicions, appoints Solomon Arase as new Acting head of Police




Olalekan Adetayo, (Punch) President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday sacked Mr. Suleiman Abba, as the Inspector-General of Police. According to a statement, the President has named a Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Solomon Arase, as Abba’s replacement in acting capacity.

The fatal presidential mistakes: How Jonathan lost it all




Charles Kumolu, (Vanguard) An exhaustive probe of the key flip-flops that led to President Goodluck Jonathan's defeat and how the President lost the goodwill that earned him victory in 2011.

Nigerian man, Osa Alohaneke, stabs fiancée to death in Texas




Azuka Jebose Molokwu, (Punch) Within the past decade, nearly 12,000 American women, including undocumented, resident aliens and naturalised citizens, were murdered by their current or estranged lovers. This number clearly is more than the number of American soldiers killed in the recent wars against terrorism.

Kidnapping is our family business, says arrested Lagos Nanny from Hell




Samson Folarin, (Punch) The nanny, who kidnapped three children in the Surulere area of Lagos State, has said her husband, Waheed Kareem, is the mastermind of the kidnap.

Nigerians living abroad remitted $21bn in 2014 - World Bank




Omoh Gabriel, (Vanguard) The World Bank has disclosed that Nigeria received a total of $21 billion from its citizens living abroad as home remittance in 2014 saying that growth of remittance is expected to slow this year.

New York's Empire State Building lights up for missing Chibok girls




Staff, (Vanguard) New York’s Empire State building was lit up in red and purple Tuesday in honor of more than 200 Nigerian girls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants one year ago.