The Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) has advised the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, that the timing of the creation of the Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) workforce, in particular, was inauspicious.
The state’s CEOs said this after receiving temporarily from the IGP on nationwide security at their 18th teleconference in Abuja yesterday.
The NGF, Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi, revealed in a release issued by its chairman that the discussion board deliberated on certain points affecting the nation, particularly towards the anti-national party (SARS) and the police nationwide. against.
Considering the IGP, Fayemi, discussion board experts state that after a psychological and medical analysis, SWAT officers can be skilled and deployed on all state instructions, working only on intelligence-driven operations.
Adamu assured the governors that he would take advantage of the provisions of the new Police Act 2020 to make deeper reforms within the police and request the governors to assist, understand and operate to implement the reforms.
In response, the NGF accepted the views of Nigerians, particularly the youth, who were influenced by the excesses of SARS officers.
Meanwhile, protesters in Edo State yesterday added the “outrageous pay” of political workplace holders to their movement.
He cited it for his observation of emoluments for politicians, allegedly one of the highest performers on the planet, along with college students who barred the main highways in the city of Benin for several hours, many passengers along with Benin. Benin/Lagos road.
A carnival-like procession took over the full freeway and the flyover overturned the College of Benin with a disc jockey, destroying revolutionary songs by various famous artists such as Fela Kuti, Femi Kuti, Idris Abdulkareem, and many more. The protesters rejected the newly formed SWAT and called for a complete reform of police pressure.