Insecurity: Shema calls for synergy between security agencies

Insecurity: Shema calls for synergy between security agencies

- Security agencies have been urged to work together to tackle insecurity

- The former governor said the agencies must not see themselves as rivers

- Going further, he called on citizens to help encourage their leaders to do the right thing

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In order to get a lasting solution to the security challenges facing the country, a former governor of Katsina state, Ibrahim Shehu Shema has sent a crucial message to security agencies.

According to the former governor, it is necessary for proper synergy between the security agencies.

He said this will help tackle the lingering insecurity in the country.

Going further, he advised security agencies not to see themselves as rivals.

The former governor made this call on Sunday, November 29, at the Katsina Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Headquarters, Katsina.

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He also called on Nigerians to contribute their quota. He said Nigerians must encourage their leaders to do the right things.

He said through this, peace and normalcy will be restored in the country.

Insecurity: Shema calls for synergy between security agencies
Ibrahim Shehu Shema has called for proper synergy between the security agencies in order to tackle the lingering insecurity in the country. Photo: Jarida Hausa
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Nigerians on social media lamented that despite everything, things are not working in the country.

Olugbenga Johnson wrote:

"Which synergy this fmr governor is talking about when they have run of ideas & life's of Nigerians is nothing or worth anything to them than playing politics."

MD Isah Wabi added:

"Jobless and hunger is also one of the major cause of insecurity in this country while the governors are not helping matters at all. They keep on subjecting the mass to hardship."

Yostik Yusuf Yos also said:

"Synergy? Since when ... how long ..... It is clear we have no strategy or professionalism in our defense"

In another development, Hamza Al-Mustapha, a former Chief Security Officer (CSO) to the late General Sani Abacha has alleged that some Nigerian leaders are destroying the country.

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The retired army officer made the claim during his speech at a conference organised by the National Youth Movement for rebuilding Nigeria.

He stated that unity is the measure youths can use in defeating bigger enemies. He also pointed out that sacrifices are needed to provide good leadership and direction for the country.

Recall that had reported that President Muhammadu Buhari came under fire from Nigerians over the increased insecurity across the country, especially in the northern region.

Citizens on Sunday, November 29, lamented over the frequent kidnapping, and killings by bandits, Boko Haram insurgents, accusing the president of failing to keep the people safe.

This is coming hours after suspected Boko Haram insurgents killed 43 farmers on rice fields in Borno state.

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