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Police Arrest Chinese Man for Conducting COVID-19 Home Test with Stolen Test Kits in Peru

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Police Arrest Chinese Man for Conducting COVID-19 Testing with Stolen Test Kits in Peru.

A chinese citizen indentified as Tianxing Zhang was arrested by Police in Peru on Sunday for illegally conducting rapid COVID-19 tests on the public with newly-delivered kits stolen from Peru’s health ministry.

According to the Police, Zhang, 36, was arrested in the Brena district of Lima as he was about to take samples from two women at the door of their house.

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The police statement disclosed that he “was proceeding to carry out rapid tests for COVID-19 with kits that he had stolen” from the Lima Sur health authority where he worked.

Zhang was wearing a mask and a light blue medical apron at the time of his arrest by the state security police.

Both women had paid him to carry out a rapid home test, without health ministry approval.

However, Zhang admitted to have stolen the test kits from the Directorate of Integrated Health Network of Lima Sur where he worked and was not authorized to conduct any rapid home test by the health ministry.

He also confessed to stealing two batches of the test kits for personal monetary gain on people who suspected they were ill with the coronavirus.

Police found a bagpack with 25 COVID-19 tests and other medical supplies at his home, according to AFP

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Police arrest 259 suspects over alleged banditry, kidnapping culpable homicide in Niger

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Sept 18, 2021

Police arrested about 259 suspects over banditry, kidnapping, culpable homicide, rape, farmers/herders conflicts and other crimes in Niger in August.

Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Monday Kuryas, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Minna on Saturday that then crimes were committed in 25 local government areas of the state.

“We have charged 119 suspects out of the 259 arrested in court, 81 of them are still standing trial,’’ he said.

He added that 59 suspects were still under investigation at the state Criminal Investigation Bureau, while nine cases had been sent to the state’s Ministry of Justice for vetting and legal advice.

He explained that the command also recovered three locally-made single barrel guns, one Dane gun, and two locally-made pistols with three live cartridges.

The police commissioner also told NAN that the command tackled banditry in Ma’undu village of Mariga Local Government Area, which had been the stronghold of bandits.

He said that Area Commanders and Divisional Police Officers in the 25 local government areas had been directed to beef up security architecture in their respective areas of supervision.

“We appeal for support and cooperation from members of the public who should give us intelligence information that could aid in apprehending miscreants in their midst.

“We are battle ready to confront any person or group of miscreants undermining the peaceful nature our state is known for through well- coordinated security approaches to enhance peaceful coexistence among our people,’’ Kuryas said.

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High populations of women, youths critical in combating insecurity –Minister

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Sept 17, 2021

The Minister of Police Affairs, Alhaji Maigari Dingyadi, says the high populations of women and youths in Nigeria were critical to combating the myriad security challenges facing the country.

Dingyadi, who is also the Katukan Sokoto, was speaking on Thursday in Abuja when the National Executive Committee members of the Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC ), led by its National Chairman, Dr Faruk Maiyama, paid him a courtesy call.

” The women and youths have larger populations that play strategic roles in curbing the menace of insecurity in the nation like banditry, kidnapping, insurgency, cattle rustling and other crimes.

” The Federal Government would, therefore, continue to harness these demographic resources to make Nigeria safer and more secure .

” The women’s wing of the PCRC has also been diligent and committed in the discharge of their duties and I strongly believe that the sky will be their limit”, Dingyadi said.

He thanked the Federal Government and Nigerians for the sustained support they had been relentlessly extending to the ministry and the police.

The minister lauded the committee for its ceaseless efforts in facilitating the smooth operations of the police, saying, “Ensuring the security of lives and properties of all law abiding Nigerians is the responsibility of all patriotic Nigerians.

“We are satisfied with the roles you have been actively playing in this direction and you should not relent,” the minister added.

He underscored the importance of the various committees set up by the PCRC, saying, ” they have been serving as veritable links between the ministry, the police and the public.”

Speaking earlier, Maiyama commended Dingyadi for repositioning the ministry, as well as restoring confidence in the officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force.

” This is by respecting seniority in the appointment of the Inspector General of Police and ensuring the successful take off of the Police Trust Fund.

“” The Minister has also ensured the immediate implementation of the community policing policy nationwide, and the establishment of a police-public complaints committee in the ministry.

“The numerous achievements of the minister within a short period was what informed the decision of the National Executive Council of the PCRC to confer on him an Award of Excellence.

” This was in recognition for his contributions to the maintenance of peace and security in the country”, Maiyama said.

He implored Dingyadi not to rest on his oars until the peace and tranquillity for which Nigeria was known for were fully restored. (

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Inspector-General of Police, Alkali Baba,

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Sept 16, 2021

The Inspector-General of Police, Alkali Baba, says the dispute between the Police Service Commission and the Police hierarchy over who should recruit policemen into the force has been resolved.
Baba disclosed this while addressing officers and men of the Police Command in Niger, at the command’s headquarters in Minna on Thursday.
He said that now that the dispute was over, recruitment into the force would commence in earnest.
According to him, between now and 2022 no fewer than 20,000 policemen will be engaged into the force to boost its manpower.
 “Our problem with the Police Service Commission on who recruits is over, the recruitment which we started in 2020 will be completed soon,” the inspector-general said.
He also disclosed that training and retraining of officers and men of the force would now be given top priority, adding that police colleges would now be made more functional as the trainees in the colleges ” will now eat and sleep there”.
He also said that he is a member of a National Committee looking into the accommodation of policemen, pointing out that the committee had decided that not less than 1,500 houses were to be provided for policemen between now and 2021.
Baba also revealed that a committee was presently reviewing police pensions and welfare of officers and men, adding that ” we will work on our emoluments and pensions; we will work on our logistics”.
” There will be a change. We will give you uniforms which you were not getting before, officers will buy uniforms, rank and file will also get shoes and berets,” he said.
He, however, urged policemen to be very prayerful for all these plans to materialise.
The inspector-general said that the police force would continue to work in synergy with other security agencies to deal with the present security challenges facing the country.
He,therefore, urged Nigerians to support the efforts of the police by giving them reliable information that could help in apprehending miscreants in the country.
Earlier, while exchanging views with the Gov. Abubakar Bello during a courtesy visit, the inspector-general urged parents to encourage their sons and daughters to join the Nigeria Police Force, saying the organization is an honourable one.
He told the Governor, who was represented by his Deputy, Alhaji Mohammed Ketso, that parents should allow their children to join the force because the organisation was  providing social service in the country.
He also urged state governors to take leadership roles in community policing because the initiative was for young men and women.
Bello in his remarks acknowledged the role being played by the police in crime prevention, especially in curbing banditry and kidnapping in the state.
He promised to always support all the security agencies in the state to enable them to perform optimally.
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