- The Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammad Abubakar Adamu, visited Lagos over recent extra-judicial killings in the state
- The police chief said the force will soon employ technology for combating crime in place of weapon
- Adamu also condoled with families of the bereaved, vowing that the wrong use of weapons will no longer be tolerated
The Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammad Abubakar Adamu, has revealed that the Nigeria Police Force will employ technology for combating crime as against the use of weapons.
The police IG who is in Lagos following the recent extra-judicial killings in the state, made this known while addressing police officers and the press at the Police College, Ikeja.
While condoling with the families of the bereaved, the police boss stated that the wrong use of weapons will no longer be tolerated in the state.
In his address, he explained that series of training will be done across the country, especially with the handling of weapons and how to address the citizens.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Senator representing Kogi West senatorial district, Dino Melaye, condemned the killing of Nigerians by operatives of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
Melaye in a Twitter reaction on Sunday, April 14, said the killing of Nigerians by SARS operatives is "becoming unbecoming".
Stating that the live of every Nigerian should be precious to all, Melaye called for an end to the in discriminate killings.
The Senator also urged the police to redeem the battered image of the Nigeria Police.
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