IGP Appears Before Senate Over National Security

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Following the invitation of the Lawmakers, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu, appeared before the Senate on Tuesday, May 7, to answer questions bothering on Nigeria’s security issues.

Adamu who was issued an invitation notice on April 25, 2019, was asked to tell the Lawmakers what the police is doing to address the incessant killings, kidnappings and banditry across the country.

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While fielding questions from the Lawmakers, the IGP assured that more stringent policies would be applied to make the Police Force sit-up in its responsibilities.

He mentioned the disciplining of officers found wanting as one of the areas to be considered keenly.

He promised to beam their searchlights on susceptible areas such as the Abuja-Kaduna road, while employing enhanced intelligence technics and technology when necessary.