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MEN OF VALOUR BY E I VICTOR
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MEN OF VALOUR BY E I VICTOR
©️E I VICTOR
Great men they are
Men of valour
Men of honour
Men who are ready to pay any price as far as peace will be purchased
ONWARD TOGETHER they move
fearlessly facing fiery foes
They are WILLING, ABLE AND READY
Putting the nation first before any other
While strongly believing that VICTORY IS FROM GOD ALONE
God bless the men of valour
©️E I VICTOR
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©️E I VICTOR
Meet The Mother Who Held Her Baby Out Of The Window Of A Burning Apartment So The Baby Could Breathe
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Meet the mother who held her baby out of the window of a burning apartment so the baby could breathe. 🙄
Her name is Vanessa Scott, during the fire, she had slid her baby out of a fifth-floor window through the child guard bars so that she could breath and not suffocate on smoke.
Firefighters scaled a ladder to pluck the 7-month-old baby and saved everyone.
May God bless all loving and caring Mothers😇
Say something wonderful to appreciate a mother's sacrifice.
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A Group Of Friends Gruesomely Murdered In Their Home
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Blessing Kona Udie, a 400 Level student of Microbiology and three other friends were gruesomely murdered in their room and their blood used as writings on the wall. This unfortunate incident took place in one of the deceased home residence in Gwarimpa, Abuju . While it is yet to be confirmed the actual cause of their deaths, a friend of the of one deceased has narrated the event which allegedly led to her demise. (See attached photos above).
However, investigations are ongoing to unravel more facts in connection to their deaths. This is so sad,the world keeps amounting cruelty.
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*IGP Intellegence Response Team: SECURITY TIPS*
1) Don't allow your children who can't recognise voice, to open doors for strangers/visitors.
2) Recognise the voice of the visitors/strangers before you open your doors.
(3) Lock up all your doors, when you are indoors, especially evening time.
(4) Switch off all your electric gadgets, before going out, even when there is no power supply from PHCN.
(5) Check all your cooking materials, before you go out.
(6) Stay away from any strange man, who looks like a pregnant woman, he may be carrying harmful products.
(7) Lock up your cars, even when you packed them in your compound.
(8) Protect your cars and motorcycles keys from being duplicated by suspected criminals.
(9) Protect your sim cards, from being stolen by suspected criminals, else they can use it for ransome negotiation.
(10) Buy Fire extinguishers for your cars and houses.
(11)Tell the teachers of your children not to release them to anybody, except on your request with evidence from you.
(12) Don't allow strange people to sleep in your house, direct them to the nearest Police station, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), DSS
(13) Don't send your ATM, BVN pin to anybody on any account.
(14) Don't pay for any car or Goods online, if you are not sure of the source.
(15) Don't allow little children to go to school , mosque or Church alone.
(16) Don't travel without informing anybody.
(17) Report all suspected criminals to the Police, Armed Forces, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), DSS.
18. Lock Your Doors when you are Watching MOVIE or Your Favorite TV Shows.
19. While Watching ur Favorite TV SHOW using a Generator and it Suddenly goes Off, Don't Rush Out immediately to Open your Door.
It may be Armed Robbers.
Please, you can Rebroadcast this to your family and Friends.
*SECURITY IS EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS.*
Personal Security Tips
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Personal Security Tips
The following simple tips, when put into practice, can reduce the opportunity for you becoming a crime victim.
Criminals are constantly surveying the environment for an opportunity to commit crimes. Thieves will look for a running vehicle, or an individual who leaves their valuables in the backseat of their vehicle.
Criminal opportunity is accomplished by a lack of witnesses, or the creation of an easy target. The probability of being detected influences a criminal's decision to commit a crime. Increasing witness potential is one way to reduce criminal opportunity, but being more observant and aware of surroundings is another proactive method of enhancing your security. Don't make it easy for the criminal to make you a victim!
Methods of reducing criminal opportunity:
Be alert and aware! While you are walking, keep your mind on what is going on around you. Knowing who is near is the first step to being secure. If someone makes you feel uncomfortable, move in the direction of other people.
Display confidence. Walk with purpose, scan the area around you and make casual eye contact with others to display confidence. This reduces your chances of being targeted by criminals. Don't wear shoes or clothing that restrict your movements.
Keep your hands free. Carrying items makes you a more vulnerable target for criminals. Backpacks should be worn on your back, keeping your arms and hands free. Avoid text messaging or lengthy cell phone use while walking alone. Be extra alert; know who and what are around you at all times.
Trust your instincts. If you have an intuitive feeling something is wrong, trust your instincts. React immediately and take action to reduce your risk. Many individuals suppress these feelings, because they fear their response will offend someone. React to your instincts and don't worry about someone else's feelings. If someone approaches you and you feel uncomfortable, move or ask for assistance. Call the Police immediately about all suspicious activity. Don't worry about "bothering" us because this is what we are here for.
Ask for help. If you feel vulnerable, ask Police or Security to escort you to your car. This is often another fear individuals have, that they may inconvenience someone for something that did not exist.
Closely Guard Your Personal Effects: Always closely guard their personal effects. Thefts of personal items such as purses can result in more criminal opportunities such as:
Credit Card adn Identity Theft.
Stolen Auto: Remote entry key rings allow thieves easy means to identify your car and steal it. See how to prevent auto theft.
Residential Burglary: Your driver's license, vehicle registration and other information will most likely have your home address. If you're at the shopping center, the criminal will know you are not at home! See section about residential security
Other Helpful Hints:
Travel on populated, well-lit streets. If possible, travel with a friend. Traveling in groups of two or more significantly reduces your chances of becoming a victim of crime. Most assaults happen to lone victims.
Let someone know where you are going and when you'll be back. Call if you're going to be late.
Park your car in a well-lighted area and lock it when you leave. Check for uninvited passengers in the back seat or on the floor before you get in.
Stay near people. Walking in deserted areas invites trouble. Avoid shortcuts.
Plan purchases in advance and carry only the amount of cash necessary to make the purchases. If you must carry a large sum of money, divide the cash between your purse, wallet, pockets and other areas.
Carry your purse close to your body.
Place one end of the purse in the palm of your hand and the other in the bend of the elbow. Never carry a purse by the handle or wrap the strap around your body.
If you are carrying a wallet, carry it in the breast pocket of your jacket or in your side pants pocket. The rear pants pocket is one of the easiest to pick.
Have your keys in hand before you reach your car or door.
Especially during the holiday shopping season, persons are reminded of the importance of personal safety and security. Seasonal crime trends rise due to increased numbers of shoppers and increase opportunities for criminals. The colder weather and longer hours of darkness also are factors.
If Someone Tries to Rob You
If the attacker has a weapon and only wants your money or possessions, don't fight back. Your life and safety are more important.
Try not to panic. Look at the attacker carefully so you can give a good description to the police.
Immediately report the crime to the police. Your actions can help prevent others from becoming victims.
Always lock your car. Close windows all the way and make sure the trunk is locked.
Even if you're rushed, look around before you get out and stay alert to the surroundings.
Control your keys. Never leave an identification tag on your key ring. If your keys are lost or stolen, this could help a thief locate your car and burglarize your home.
Keep everything of value you can in the trunk of your car. If you do leave packages, clothing, or other articles in the car, make sure they are out of sight or covered.
Consider antitheft options, such as steering column locks, alarms, switches that interrupt fuel or electronic systems. Many insurance companies offer reduced rates to owners who install security devices.
Keep your car's VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), license plate number, and complete description in a safe place at home.
What War Left Us With.
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We tremble under siege of violence raging like a storm, shredding properties with no permission. What would be our fate to come remains unknown due to seen and the unseen circumstance. In a flick we turned refugees, tears rolling down our faces with no reconciliation. But this was far too much to bare, we sought for peace not war, for mutual understanding not conflict, to run barefooted recklessly on the seashore with the sun gradually sinking itself into the waters. To be separated by the sound of weapons fired by uniformed men with a face mark by scars of no mercy. No wonder the English men call it "Weapon" separated it and you have weap-on a continuous action that never seizes, only to Justice and fairness do these machinery bow to.