Inspector-general of Police, Solomon Arase, solicits support to end insecurity in Nigeria

The 2015 National Security Summit organized by the Nigerian Police, is ongoing at the International Conference Centre, Abuja to fashion out new ways to combat the security challenges facing the country.

Inspector-general of police, Solomon Arase in his opening address, made a case for terrorism, kidnapping, murder, cattle rustling, cultism, rape, bribery, corruption and other monsters plaguing the nation, and called on all well-meaning Nigerians to partner the police in the job of security of the nation.

Arase said the National Security Summit 2015 is envisaged within the broader framework of dialogue with the communities consequent upon the belief that security is a shared responsibility and the business of policing is the responsibility of all.

The Summit is therefore, designed to galvanize citizens’ support for the Nigeria Police and other law enforcement agents in the renewed drive by the president, to addressing current national Security challenges.

President Muhammadu Buhari is present at the event as the special guest of honour, while the Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar the third, is the key note speaker at the summit which has in attendance national and international figures.

 



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