Top 14 African countries with best police force

Top 14 African countries with best police force

- Botswana has been rated first among 14 countries with the best police force in Africa, Nigeria did not make the cut

- Tunisia, Egypt, and Burkina Faso are some of the countries that were ranked on the continent

- Ghana, Sudan, Rwanda, and Mali were also rated at different positions

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According to World Internal Security and Police Index (WISPI) report, Botswana has the best police force on the continent.

The WISPI report was proposed by Mamdooh Abdelmottlep and designed by experts across the world.

In a tweet by Africa Facts Zone, Rwanda and Algeria ranked second and third on the handful list of 14 countries.

Ghana made the ranking in the eighth position, while South Africa, Morocco, and Mali are number 9, 10, and 11 on the list.

Below is the full ranking:

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1. Botswana

2. Rwanda

3. Algeria

4. Senegal

5. Tunisia

6. Egypt

7. Burkina Faso

8. Ghana

9. South Africa

10. Morocco

11. Mali

12. Sudan

13. Malawi

14. Burundi

A collage of African police officers. Photo sources: Premium Times/Aljazeera/AnswersAfrica
A collage of African police officers. Photo sources: Premium Times/Aljazeera/AnswersAfrica
Source: UGC

In another ranking report, Namibia led the top 13 countries on the continent that can boast of good roads.

Egypt, a country that has been making recent lists for other social amenities, took the second position. Others in the top five position on the list are Rwanda, Morocco, and Mauritius. Countries like Kenya, Senegal, South Africa, Algeria, and Tanzania also made the cut.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) team in Lagos state helped a homeless mother who gave birth to a baby girl on the road.

The RRS official moved the mother to a health centre after an officer got a distress call in Ikate-Eleguishi.

In a Facebook post on the civil force’s page, they said the mother was moved along with her four other children with the help they got from two sympathisers.

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The mother and her kids are doing well at the Eti Osa Primary Health Centre in Ikate-Elegushi town.

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In another report, police PRO Dolapo Badmus made it clear that no officer of the law has the right to randomly stop citizens and demand to rummage through their mobile devices.

She said that officers demanding to search people’s mobile devices can be likened to walking up to a random man and asking him to pull off his boxers for the sake of a search operation.

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