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Woking, Surrey: After 20 years with Wick Hill, and having reached retirement age, managing director Ken Ward is stepping down from his full time job as MD, but will continue to work on projects in an advisory role. He will be lending his considerable knowledge and experience as Wick Hill pursues the strong development of its EMEA expansion plans, as part of Rigby Private Equity (RPE). Ward has been MD for 20 years, and worked very closely with Wick Hill chairman, Ian Kilpatrick, during the company’s strong growth to its current £100 million turnover.

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Gov. Ayodele Fayose has emerged as the Champion of the Nigerian people. He is the knight in shining armor who has ridden forth to challenge the organized crime syndicate that goes by the name MACBAN: the criminal organization that has been making human sacrifices to the Caliphate’s Cattle.

Doha, Qatar: Milipol Qatar 2016, the region’s most influential international trade exhibition for Homeland Security announces that online registration officially opened on 17th May 2016. This is to facilitate visitors entrance, getting their e-badges in advance.

Banks could block customers from claiming money back if they are a victim of fraud and it is found they had substandard online security, according to sources at the Financial Times.

Under proposals being discussed by Britain’s big banks, the Government, Bank of England and GCHQ, customers could be frozen out of banking services and unable to claim compensation if their account has been hacked, even if they’ve lost their life savings. Any changes would take several years to put in place according to bankers and would happen in stages.

This essay aims to critically analyze recent upshots: the relapse to agitation, militancy, bombing of crude oil and gas installations in the Niger Delta. Prevailing realities and information will be juxtaposed to help us reconcile or connect the dots between the remote, immediate causes of this reincarnated Niger Delta agitation and plausible socioeconomic and security implications.

London: Launching this year’s campaign for HackFu, its annual cyber security event, MWR InfoSecurity is once again throwing down the gauntlet to security enthusiasts with the HackFu Challenge.

No doubt kidnapping for ransom and extortion (KRE) is a global problem. The gist is that this heinous crime has assumed dangerous dimensions in Nigeria. Kidnapping in Nigeria is vastly underreported. More often than not, it is the high profile victims of kidnapping - politicians, journalists amongst others in Nigeria that receive media attention and that of security agents. Nonagenarians, Statesmen, monarchs, clergies, even children are not spared by kidnappers in Nigeria. That two Catholic Reverend Sisters were recently kidnapped in Ondo State, South-West Nigeria and a ransom of N20 million was placed on them tells the abysmal level of moral decadence, desperation and growing level of insecurity in Nigeria. Just recently, it was in the news that Nigeria Police officers uncovered a kidnappers den in River State. At the risk of sounding alarmist, kidnappings in Nigeria will not subside anytime soon if the remote and immediate causes are not sorted.