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Kuje Attack: Senate Wants CCTV Cameras Installed In All Correctional Centers

Kuje Attack: Senate Wants CCTV Cameras Installed In All Correctional Centers

The Nigerian Senate has directed the Nigerian Correctional Service, NCS, to install Close Circuit Television, CCTV, cameras in all correctional centers in the country.Information Guide Nigeria

The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan said this on Thursday after an assessment visit to the Medium Security Custodial Centre Kuje, following Tuesday’s attack that led to the escape of about 800 inmates.

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DAILY NIGERIAN reports that Ahmad Lawan, “The attack on this correctional facility is symptomatic of the failure of security architecture. The attack is only a culmination of the failure.

“We were told that an estimated 300 suspected terrorists attacked this facility. They came on foot and I believe they should have been detected.

“In the first place, 300 people will not come for an operation like this without planning. Planning must have taken a week, a month or a bit more.

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“I believe that our security agencies should have picked this from their tracking systems in the FCT.

“Secondly, having gone round the facility itself, we are disappointed that this facility does not have CCTV cameras, something that would record and give you details of what is happening and sometimes record the events.

“This is a medium-security custodial center, how on earth in the FCT facility of this magnitude we don’t have CCTV? It means we can say that all other medium security centers across the country do not have CCTV.

“We have asked the Comptroller General of Correctional Service to ensure that the request for CCTV at the maximum and medium custodial centres of the country are included in their 2023 budget because this is essential and indispensable.Jamb Result

“Now, as this facility lacks a functional CCTV, there’s no record of what happened, except narration. But if we had CCTV, at least the records would have been there and analysis made, and arrest will be based on the information from the CCTV.”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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