Chief Security Officer

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Aug 27th, 2013
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By Chude Nwokolo The release of Major Hamza Al Mustapha, the former Chief Security Officer to the late Head of State, General Sani Abacha from prison has obviously sparked varied passionate interests and speculations. First off, is that a very confusing signal is being sent by the media. To the unpre...
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Aug 18th, 2013
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By Abdulwahab Abdulah It is not yet uhuru for Major Hamza Al-Mustapha, former Chief Security Officer, CSO, to late Head of State, Gen Sani Abacha, over his acquittal by the Court of Appeal as Lagos State government on Monday, filed an appeal at the Supreme Court to challenge the court’s decision that...
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Jul 31st, 2013
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By: ABUBAKAR SA’AD BAKORI Nigerians have a propensity for attributing motives to every action and it is not, therefore, surprising why some people are linking the freedom of Major Hamza Al-Mustapha to the 2015 ambition of President Goodluck Jonathan. These theories are rather too far- fetched conside...
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Jul 30th, 2013
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BY BARTHOLOMEW MADUKWE LAGOS—Seventeen days after Major Hamza Al-Mustapha and Alhaji Lateef Shofolahan were exonerated from the murder of Kudirat Abiola, a veteran journalist cum human rights activist, Mr. Richard Akinnola, yesterday, said the Court of Appeal’s judgment was a political judicial decis...
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Jul 29th, 2013
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HAMZA Al-Mustapha, former Chief Security Officer (CSO) to the late General Sani Abacha, who was released two weeks ago after 14 years in prison, visited former militant leader, Alhaji Mujaheed Dokubo-Asari, in his Port Harcourt residence, Rivers State, at the weekend. Among those who received him inc...
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Jul 27th, 2013
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Your Excellency, I bring you good tidings. I want to thank you for this generous gesture of yours which has made it possible for me to breathe the air of freedom again, and to reunite with my family, especially my wife Hafsat, who had dwelt in her own prison throughout my incarceration. I decided to ...
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Aug 26th, 2012
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“THEY” in this piece refers to all the cynics, the pestle-wielding critics, the unrelenting, self-appointed activists, the idle and idling, twittering, collective children of anger, the distracted crowd of Facebook addicts, the BBM-pinging soap opera gossips of Nigeria, who seem to be in competition ...