Ex VP, Atiku Accepts Reassignment Of Police Guarding Private Citizens

Ex VP, Atiku Accepts Reassignment Of Police Guarding Private Citizens

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Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, had on Saturday, March 10, 2018 counselled for the reassigning of the 150,000 policemen guarding private citizens to core police duties.

Asked by THISDAY on Saturday what he would do different to prevent abduction like Dapchi, the Waziri Adamawa had responded thus:

“Recently, the Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Chief Mike Okiro, revealed that 150,000 policemen are guarding various elites and those we know as ‘big men’.

If I had my way, I would have recalled all of those 150,000 policemen who are not performing core police duties and send them to provide security for every school in the North-East region.

That to me would be a better use of their time and services. We already know that Boko Haram has an agenda to cripple Western education in Nigeria. So how could we have left those schools unguarded?

Why should the police be guarding VIPs who can afford personal guards and leave vulnerable girls unguarded?

We are spending billions of Naira trying to encourage girls to go to school only to allow them be abducted by terrorists.”

Atiku Abubakar welcomes the reported new policy of reassigning these 150,000 policemen from guarding VIPs to regular police duties especially as it relates to the much-needed protection of schools in the Northeast and other troubled zones.

As Kenneth Blanchard said, none of us is as smart as all of us. The Waziri Adamawa continues to call on the Buhari government to be open to solutions from well meaning Nigerians and friends of Nigeria so we can navigate this nation away from the precipice.


Mazi Paul Ibe

Media Adviser to HE Atiku Abubakar

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