“Let those seeking justice not intimidate the Judges or derail law enforcement efforts. Judges deliver justice without fear or favour and should be allowed to discharge their duties honourably. For the umpteenth time, the Service reiterates its unequivocal stance on rule of law and respect for the judiciary. This position remains unchanging despite the futile attempts to paint it otherwise”.
Tn a statement issued to news men by the Public Relations Officer Department of State Services (DSS), Dr. Peter Afunanya States that a joint security team comprising the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigerian Army and Police carried out operations in Nasarawa and Kogi States.
The Alumni Association of the National Institute (AANI), have expressed concerned over noticeable divisive tendencies among the components of Nigerian society, armed violence, economic difficulties, and heated political space that have created social tension, loss of lives and widespread fear over the future of Nigeria.
The Presidential Think-Tank on Defence and Security and Ashcraft Centre For Social Science Research has postponed the summit earlier slated to hold on the 18th December, 2021, to be held on Monday 28th February and Tuesday, 1st March, 2022 at Congress Hall Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja.