On Tuesday, the Security Council has vowed to disallow #EndSARS protest from repeating itself in the country on the order of the president. As measures are being taken to secure the country from external attacks, the same measures are also be followed to desist people from internal disunity or disruption.
After the meeting in Aso Rock with the president on Tuesday, Mohammed Dingyadi said the council has been tamed about the new development and the plan is to get it terminated before it unfolds.
The Minister of Police Affairs also added that the meeting, which was conserved in a close door, administered new plans on how to also curtail the criminal acts that are rampant mostly in northwestern and northeastern part of the country.
In addition, the meeting also discussed the discharge of necessary tools to reform the police service in order to push them to exercise their responsibilities properly and effectively in all respective states.
“Mr. President assured Nigerians that he will do whatever it takes to ensure the repeat of ENDSARS protests does not occur in Nigeria again.
“All stakeholders will be involved in the Process of maintaining peace in the country, particularly the youth, community leaders, traditional rulers, politicians, public servants, religious leaders etc
“The Federal Government will continue to maintain its bureaucratic, humane and just postures in handling security matters in the country.
Morever, he spoke about the just concluded #EndSARS protest and said “the government will continue to dialogue, it will continue to listen and will continue to carry all stakeholders along in ensuring that there is no repeat of what happened that destroyed a lot of properties, public and private, individuals in this country.”
Speaking on the banditry in the northeastern northwestern part of country, he said, “You see, these bandits have already being degraded. So, there is no way they resuscitate themselves and take over. I think they have already been degraded, what they are doing is just hit and run kind of tactics.
“So, we don’t see any sign of them coming to takeover or overpower, I think they have been well degraded and they are just trying to show their presence in a very cowardice manner”.
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