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Nigeria’s Insecurity Likely to Worsen Until States Own Police Outfits—Ekweremadu

Charges FG to listen to her citizens more on insecurity, economyAs veteran journalist, Ikem Okuhu presents book on rebranding, national cohesion Godsgift Onyedinefu Nigeria's insecurity problems will continue unabated until the security architecture is decentralised and states are allowed to own their own their police outfits, former Deputy Senate President, Ike

Buhari approves establishment of state, local govt police

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the establishment of state and local government police. The Executive Secretary, National Human Rights Commission and Chairman Presidential Panel on SARS Reform, Anthony Ojukwu, disclosed this in a statement on Monday, during the submission of report of the Presidential Panel on the reform of Special Anti-Robbery

Killings: Governors give partial endorsement of state police

•Say not all states are viable for own police •As Buhari urges security agencies to stay ahead of criminals ‘At All Times’ Babatunde Abiodun The Nigerian governors on Monday supported federal government approval of the much touted state police. This is coming as, President Muhammadu Buhari, charged all security agencies in the country

Dickson backs FG, demands state police

The Governor of Bayelsa State, Hon. Henry Seriake Dickson, has joined the agitation for the establishment of state police in Nigeria. According to him, the prevailing security situation and the need for an effective response to the current crime challenge have made it mandatory for the establishment of state police in

Faced with reality, Nigerian Govt endorses state police

   Governors absent as Osinbajo takes charge Says country sliding into ethno-religious conflict Saraki bewails lack of political will on insecurity Jude Johnson  In a dramatic turnaround reflecting the reality on ground, the Federal Government of Nigeria has endorsed state police long canvassed by component parts of the country. But none the 36 governors