The acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, has stated the Federal Government is making efforts to address the challenges confronting the operations of the Nigeria Police Force,Osinbajo made the pledge ealier today in Abuja at a two-day national security summit.
The summit was organised by the office of the Inspector-General of Police in conjunction with Leadership group and the Council of Traditional Rulers of Nigeria. The theme of the summit is: “Forging Partnership for Effective Strategies to Curb the Menace of Kidnapping, Recurring Farmers-Herders Clashes and Criminality in Nigeria.’’
The acting President, who was the special guest of honour, was represented at the occasion by the Minister of Interior, Lt-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau. Osinbajo said: “I want to assure the NPF of my administration’s support in carrying out institutional reforms and restructuring geared towards reviving the police in line with global best practices.
He called on the organised private sector to intensify efforts in complimenting government efforts to invest in the security sector. He expressed confidence that the ideas generated at the summit would assist in surmounting the security challenges facing the country.
he also stated This administration has entered into bilateral and multilateral collaboration with other nations and international organisations to improve on the nation’s security challenges.