In an interview with the BBC Hausa, he noted over time, SARS derailed with the intention for which it was made.
The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, disbanded the anti-robbery unit after a nationwide attack on Sunday.
Speaking on how SARS got here, Kwajafa defined that there was an upsurge in legal functions within the nation, particularly in Lagos within the 1980s.
According to him, the then Head of State Muhammadu Buhari ordered the then Inspector-General of Police, Etim Inyang, to provide you with a technique for solving incidents of armed theft within the nation.
‘I have been known by the IGP that we should always do one thing to avoid ruining the nation from incidents of armed theft; I accepted and requested for time and supplies. I then mobilized personnel for duty, ‘Kwajafa noted.
‘Four months after SARS was formed in 1984, the unit drove out the culprits and there was peace.’
He said that within SARS’s unique scheme, its operatives did not belong to ‘members of the general public’.
Quajafa mentions some members of SARS, yet, now enjoy the same crime created to fight against them.
‘SARS should not be the same SARS immediately established in 1984. It is not SARS that we have shaped within the 80s, I am ashamed that I am the person who created SARS because of their actions “It was I knew there would be issues, I couldn’t build the unit,’ he noted.
‘I inform my spouse all the time that I was unhappy that what I have created with good work and the path has been turned into banditry.’
Commenting on the brand-new Particular Weapons and Ways (SWAT) unit for switching SARS, Kwajafa noted that the adjustment could be underestimated if there is “no change in mindset”.