No Alternative Strategy to State Police, ex-AIG Tells FG

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Tunde Ogunsakin
Retired Assistant Inspector General of Police, Mr. Tunde Ogunsakin

Victor Ogunje in Ado Ekiti

A retired Assistant Inspector General of Police, Mr. Tunde Ogunsakin Saturday urged the federal government to adopt state police as a way of combating the security challenges the nation is facing, saying the policing system “is the best measures to deal with the horrible situation.

Ogunsakin assured that if the state and federal governments adopted the state police, the incidence of insecurity would drastically come down within a very short time.

He canvassed the position at the fifth edition of a traditional festival tagged ‘Odun Oba’ in Ikere Ekiti yesterday. The festival was a celebration of the town’s monarch, Ogoga of Ikere, Oba Samuel Alagbado and the heritage of the people.

Ogunsakin, Bashorun of Ikere Ekiti, observed that the federal government “is doing its very best to ensure the safety of lives and property in the country. All…



Source: Thisday Newspaper