Insecurity in Nigeria – Buhari to approve drones and CCTVs

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“We intend to install CCTVs on the highways and other strategic locations”

“We are expediting the commencement of community policing innitiative”

“speedily approve licensing for States requesting the use of drones to monitor forests”

Buhari led administration is taking measures to combat the security challenges in the country.

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Worried about the state of insecurity in the country, the southwest Royal fathers met with Buhari on Wednesday, 31 July.

The meeting with the Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi, led Yoruba traditional leaders had the Vice President, Prof. Osibanjo and the police Inspector General, Mohammed Adamu in attendance according to BBC NEWS PIDGIN report.

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The president declared the commitment of his administration to fight the insecurity in Nigeria.

According to a Thread on his Twitter page, the president outlined measures his administration is taking to improve security nationwide.

He stated that his administration will expedite the commencement of community policing initiative.

He declared his moves to forstall criminal activities on the highways and forests by installing Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTVs) on the highways and the approval of the use of drones by States to monitor the forests.

Equipping the police and the use of the military on temporal basis to complement the effort of the police are not left out.

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