Zulum Opposes the adoption of state policing, says it will intensify security situation

Zulum Opposes the adoption of state policing, says it will intensify security situation

Governor of Borno State, Babagana Zulum has vehemently opposed the adoption of state policing in the country. Information Guide Nigeria

According to him, this might further worsen the security situation across the country, due to the power vested on governors.

Zulum made this call at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Kuru, Plateau State yesterday while delivering a lecture captioned “Ungoverned Space and Insecurity in the Sahelian Region: Implications for Nigeria Domestic Peace and Security”. jamb results

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As reported by Ripples Nigeria, Zulum said: “Honestly speaking I Babagana Zulum will not support it not because I don’t like it but because of the implications. Nigeria is not mature for state police. Some state Governors can use it to wipe away other tribes apart from their tribes.

“So we have to be very careful. If half of the power given to the Nigeria Army, Police and others are given to state police, Nigeria will be in trouble.”

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