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DSS Alerts Nigerians Of Plans By Criminals To Detonate Bombs This Yuletide

The Department of State Services (DSS) has alerted Nigerians of plans by some criminal elements to carry out violent attacks this yuletide through the use of explosives, suicide bombing, and other dangerous weapons. In a statement released by its public

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Security Analysts Suggest Five Tips To Protect Yourself From Potentially Dangerous Domestic Helps

In Nigeria, it is a common practice to employ maids who we refer to as ‘home/house helps’. This is not wrong or bad. Home helps are employed to relieve their employers the stress of doing chores like shopping, laundry, housework,

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Respond To President Trump After He Gave Terms For Their Safety In The US

President Donald Trump, two days ago, delivered a bombshell by announcing that the United States government will not pay for the security of British Royals Prince Harry and Meghan Markle amid their reported move to the US from Canada. Trump

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President Trump Gives Strong Terms To Meghan Markle & Prince Harry As The Couple Decide To Now Live In Los Angeles

After their exit from the United Kingdom for Canada, Meghan and Harry took their 10-month-old son, Archie across the border from Canada to the US to start a new life in Los Angeles as they both hope to profit off

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Yuletide: Police Reiterate Ban On Explosives And Fireworks

The Nigerian police force had warned ahead of the yuletide celebrations against the use of explosives and fireworks during the festive period. They warned that the use of the aforementioned posed potent security threat, adding that violators would be made

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Security Update: Why You Must Stop Borrowing Charging Cables According To Experts

We’ve all been there. Your smartphone or tablet getting low on power and you have left your charging cable at home. There’s no harm in borrowing someone else’s right? In 2019, that would be a costly mistake, according to cybersecurity

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