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Imo Police Release Names of Successful Candidates

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According to the information from the state police command, the  Command wishes to inform the general public that the Regular Course 8 Selection Examination into the Police Academy Wudil Kano held on the 17th of September 2020 is officially out. Adding that, Candidates are advised to visit the POLAC’s official website on www.polac.edu.ng to check their names.

It further advised that successful candidates of Imo State Origin are to report for screening interview before the Selection Board on Saturday 31st October–Friday 6th November 2020.

Even as it is made clear that Parents/Guardians will not be allowed into the Academy, and Candidates who fail to report a day after reporting dates for their respective batch will not be allowed to attend the interview.

Stressing that, Candidates will first undergo a screening exercise which involves credentials screening, medical tests and physical features among others and candidates must bring along the originals and photocopies of the following documents: –

Academic certificates/statements of result and testimonials for primary and secondary schools (junior and senior), Birth Certificate (preferable) or Declaration of Age,    Proof of Local Government of Origin duly signed by the Chairman of the Local Government. Attestation obtained from Police Officers from the same state of the rank of Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) and above. In this case, the officer must indicate formation/unit, appointment, contact address, phone numbers, and email address. The officer must also affix his/her formation/unit stamp and sign.

They are also required to bring the Original 2020 UTME (JAMB) result slip, Police Academy examination forms downloaded from the internet, the second copy of their postcard signed by the Supervisor or the Assistant Supervisor of the center where they sat for the selection examination.

The candidates are also to bring proof of choosing Police Academy as First Choice, adding that candidates who fail to bring along with them the documents listed above will be disqualified

and any alteration on the documents will attract outright disqualification.

Candidates are to also bring the following items: – Two blue shorts and two white T-shirts, A pair of white canvas shoes and 2 pairs of white socks, Face mask, Toiletries          Sufficient money for feeding, transport to and from WUDIL and Scratch cards for WAEC, NECO or NABTEB results for online verification of results.

They are therefore warned that no correspondences of any form will be entertained in respect of the candidates or the selection process. Even as both the candidates, their parents/guardians are assured of transparent screening, the Commandant further advised them to be wary of scammers and not to offer any kind of financial incentive or otherwise to anybody in the desperation of securing admission for their wards.

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Senate confirms Bawa as EFCC Chairman

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The Senate, after a two-hour session on Wednesday at plenary confirmed the appointment of Mr Abdulrasheed Bawa as Chairman of the Economic and Financial Commission.

Bawa was nominated for the role by the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.).

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Speaking during the screening, the new Chairman denied an allegation that he sold the seized property in EFCC custody at its Port Harcourt Zonal office.

He said the seized property in Port Harcourt were properly disposed off by the agency’s officials from its headquarters.

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CBN, Others Defend Cryptocurrency Stance

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Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr Godwin Emefiele has insisted the Bank’s decision to stop deposit money banks, non-banking institutions and other financial institutions from facilitating trading and dealings in cryptocurrency is in the best interest of Nigerians.

Emefiele made the assertion on Tuesday, while briefing a joint Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Institutions; ICT and Cybercrime; and Capital Market, on its directive to institutions under its regulation.

Emefiele also insisted that the operations of cryptocurrencies are dangerous and opaque adding that the use of cryptocurrency contravened an existing law.

He said given the fact that cryptocurrencies were issued by unregulated and unlicensed entities made it contrary to the mandate of the Bank, as enshrined in the CBN Act (2007) declaring the Bank as the issuer of legal tender in Nigeria.

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“Cryptocurrency has no place in our monetary system at this time and cryptocurrency transactions should not be carried out through the Nigerian banking system,” he added.

The Director-General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mr Lamido Yuguda at the event clarified that there was no policy contradiction between the CBN directive and that of SEC on cryptocurrency.

Equally, the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Commission (ICPC) and Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) have supported the decision of the Central Bank of Nigeria to ban cryptocurrency use in Nigeria.

Chairman of ICPC, Bolaji Owasanoye, said the #EndSARS protest was largely financed by cryptocurrency, indicating that it could be used to fund insurgency.

The NFIU boss, Tukur Moddibo also said cryptocurrency failed the critical tests of vulnerability and attendant risks, noting that his agency averted a $3 million fraud linked to 20 bank accounts.

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Sex hawker caught, plan to sell her baby for 40k

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Sex Worker caught, plan to sell her baby for 40k

A commercial sex worker, Victoria Chukwube has been apprehended in Ebonyi state while trying to sell her baby.

According to the State Police in Ebonyi, the woman was apprehended for allegedly trying to discard her baby for N40,000 only.

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Odah said, “So her name is Chukwube Victoria, she told us she is a commercial sex hawker and that she has this baby which she is carrying.

The 32-year-old woman said she needed to sell the four-month-old baby boy in order to raise money to start a business of selling drinks.

Ebonyi State Police spokesperson, Loveth Odah said Chukwube was arrested following a tip-off.

“She said if she leaves here she would continue to look out for prospective buyers.

“But we tried to talk to her and to make her see the value of being a mother, but she refused.

“She even told us that if we allow her to go home with the baby she will throw the baby away and that she can’t tell who got her pregnant.”

While Interrogating the lady, she refused to disclose her state of origin or local government but maintained that she does not have the financial capacity to take on the responsibility of caring for the child.
 
Chukwube said, “I am from Nigeria, 32 years old, a commercial sex hawker and my baby is just four months old. “I want to sell the baby at the rate of N40,000 to start up a business. I have a fridge and I reside at Ogbe Hausa in Abakaliki.”

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