State police and consequences



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Some people are calling for a decentralized police, but nobody is asking what I think are the right questions: What happened to the Nigeria Police Force? Why is it so weak and inefficient? How can we revitalize or rejuvenate the force? If we rightly accuse military intervention in our […]

Some people are calling for a decentralized police, but nobody is asking what I think are the right questions: What happened to the Nigeria Police Force? Why is it so weak and inefficient? How can we revitalize or rejuvenate the force? If we rightly accuse military intervention in our polity as one of the major factors responsible for the Nigeria Police Force’s helplessness, what can we say of it from 1999 to date?

Why not clamour for a reorganised, modernised, highly mobile, intelligence-driven, well-trained, highly motivated and mobilised, adequately equipped, well-funded, accountable and civil federal police for the wellbeing of the whole country? Why not call for preemptive and preventive policing instead of this reactionary and partisan policing? I want to predict one thing for sure that those clamouring for state police will be the first to cry out against it, just watch it.



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