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NIGERIA POLICE ACADEMY PROVIDES A SOLUTION FOR APPLICANTS WHO HAVE BEEN FACING DIFFICULTIES IN RECEIVING THEIR SCREENING NOTIFICATIONS

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The Nigeria Police Academy, in an effort to ensure that no eligible candidate is left inconvenienced, realized that some applicants have been facing difficulties in receiving SMS notifications, which could be due to factors such as a change of phone number or unforeseen technical issues.

In order to leave no stone unturned, all eligible candidates who are concerned about not receiving SMS notifications are strongly encouraged to visit our website polac.edu.ng to print out their invitation slips, which will include all necessary details regarding the screening date, time, and location.

Applicants are encouraged to take advantage of this by visiting our official website without delay. Our aim is to ensure that every eligible candidate has the information they need to be well-prepared for the upcoming screening.

We thank all applicants for their understanding and cooperation as we navigate these challenges together.

ASP HUSSAIN SULEMAN
POLICE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
NIGERIA POLICE ACADEMY
WUDIL, KANO

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I had deep resentment against my husband at one point because his career suddenly took off ahead of mine. I had to do a lot of deep work to get rid of the feeling – Media personality, Toyosi opens up.

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_Toyosi Shares Personal Struggle_

Media personality Toyosi has openly shared a personal struggle she faced in her marriage:

– _Career Envy_: Toyosi confessed to feeling deep resentment towards her husband when his career suddenly took off, surpassing hers.
– _Insecurities and Comparison_: She struggled with insecurities and comparison, feeling left behind in their respective careers.
– _Deep Work and Self-Reflection_: Toyosi acknowledged the need to address these feelings and worked on herself to overcome them.
– _Personal Growth and Healing_: Through self-reflection and personal growth, she was able to let go of the resentment and support her husband’s success.
– _Marriage and Partnership_: Toyosi’s story highlights the importance of communication, trust, and mutual support in a marriage or partnership.

By sharing her experience, Toyosi encourages others to confront and overcome similar struggles, promoting open dialogue and personal growth.

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Breaking News: FG Reroutes Lagos-Calabar Highway, Reduces Lanes to Six

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In a move to avoid damaging subsea cables, the Federal Government has rerouted the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway and reduced the number of lanes from 10 to six. This cost-saving measure will help complete the 700km project by May 2025.

The government has already paid N10 billion in compensation to property owners and completed four kilometers of concrete road. The project will connect nine states and create new opportunities for tourism, factories, and industries.

Minister of Works David Umahi praised the contractor’s commitment and announced that the first 47 kilometers will be open to the public by May 2025. He also revealed that the government has inherited over 2,600 projects valued at N15 trillion and initiated 330 emergency projects worth N260 billion.

Stay tuned for more updates on this massive infrastructure project!”

 

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Emefiele printed ‘his own Naira’, ignored design approved by Buhari – Ex-CBN director

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A former Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Director of Currency Operations, Ahmed Umar, has disclosed that the immediate past governor, Godwin Emefiele, printed his own design of the naira.

Umar disclosed this while giving evidence at the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, High Court sitting in Maitama.

The former CBN director said the features in the design approved by former President Muhammadu Buhari was different from the one Emefiele ordered to be printed.

Umar said, “The design approved by the President had a QR code, which the currency in circulation does not. The positioning of the portrait was on the right side, that printed by the CBN was on the left and the number scheme approved by the President is different from what the CBN produced.”

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, had on May 15, arraigned Emefiele on a four count charge before Justice Maryanne Anenih of the FCT High Court.

Emefiele however denied the charge and was admitted to bail in the sum of N300 million.

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