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IGP: Nigerian police officers are believed to be best in the world

IGP: Nigerian police officers are believed to be best in the world

IGP: Nigerian police officers are believed to be best in the world

Nigerian police parade 25 members of deadly kidnap gangs

Nigerian police parade 25 members of deadly kidnap gangs

Nigerian police parade 25 members of deadly kidnap gangs

Nigerian police parade 25 members of deadly kidnap gangs

Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Police General Debold Sinas said Tuesday the Nigerian who was killed in an anti-illegal drugs operation in Pasig City was a member of the West African Drug Syndicate.

Seven Nigerian men arrested on suspicion of attempting to hijack an oil tanker off the coast of southern England last year will face no further action, UK police said Friday.

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Nigerian protesters have hit the streets for eight consecutive days to call for police reform and an end to police brutality. Since COVID-19 lockdowns began in the country in April, more Nigerians have died from security forces than by the virus.

Nigerian police use teargas at protest demanding an end to police brutality in the country

Tonight Nigerian security forces stormed the most prominent site of the #EndSARS  protests in Lagos, firing live rounds & killing several people as the government sought to end two weeks of marches against police brutality. Here's our report - and a thread:

Soldiers opened fire on Nigerian protesters in the commercial capital Lagos, three witnesses told @Reuters . Demonstrations over police brutality have been ongoing for more than a week

End SARS: Nigerian police 'open fire on protesters' in Lagos after 12 days of anti-police brutality demonstrations

Nigerian women at the forefront of organising and fundraising #EndSARS  protests over police brutality

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Nigerian women at the forefront of protests over police brutality

Nigerian protests against police brutality upended by deadly violence

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Several people were killed as Nigerian soldiers opened fire at a key protest site in Lagos, witnesses said, as the government sought to end two weeks of marches against police brutality that have mushroomed into broader nationwide demonstrations

Nigerian protesters demand end of an anti-robber police unit that robs people

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