Dr Kayode Fayemi, Ekiti State Governor has stated that the number of the military and police in the country is being limited in number, thus, a need to recruit Corp Members into the Military and Paramilitary.
Fayemi said this on Tuesday in a lecture he delivered at the Babatunde Oduyoye Birthday, Ibadan.
As reported by The Punch, in Fayemi’s words: “Security and national unity in difficult times”.
Fayemi, who is also the Chairman, Nigeria’s Governors’ Forum, said apart from using a kinetic approach to aim at tackling the problem of insecurity, social security should also be adopted.
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The governor added that Nigeria needs at least additional 200,000 officers to help the number of its security agents. jamb results
“I believe one of the cheapest and fastest ways to handle this is to amend the law setting up the National Youths Service Corps such that we can use the existing orientation camps to train willing and able graduates to reflate the security personnel under a special arrangement that will be worked out.Information Guide Nigeria
“That way, the fund that is currently deployed to the NYSC can be used with just some additional funding which could be sourced through a national emergency fund for the next five to 10 years. Those who cannot join the military services can serve in their community without pay if we must still retain the NYSC for everyone.”
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