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South-East to take proper place in Nigeria Police Force soon — Commissioner

By: dayan (M) |Time : March 07, 2021, 07:29:56 PM
Chief Onyemuche Nnamani, Commissioner representing South East in the Police Service Commission (PSC) says the region will soon take its proper place in the police force.

Nnamani, also representing Organised Private Sector in the commission said this when he addressed newsmen on Sunday in Abuja.

He said the move was to address agitation for proper placing of the South East in the main stream of the police force.

The Commissioner said he would work to ensure that the seemingly marginalisation of the South East in the high echelon of the force was redressed in the interest of equity and justice.

According to him, although the fault is not that of PSC, conscious and deliberate efforts must be made to carry the South East along.

He said the idea was to ensure the South East rose and occupied high positions of relevance in the Nigeria Police Force.

Nnamani said he was in contact with relevant stakeholders in the police and South East to find common ground on the issue.

He said the consultation was to ensure that all geopolitical zones of the country were evenly represented at the decision making levels of the police force.

“I will soon commence an advocacy visits to the five states of the South East.

“This is to ensure that Igbo young men and women show more interest in joining the police and sustain the interest so as to rise to the highest office in the force,” he said.

Nnamani lamented high level of extortion by policemen on south east roads and warned that the commission would deal decisively with officers found engaging in the illegal and unprofessional act.

He urged Nigerians to stop encouraging the act by refusing to pay bribes to policemen at check points.

Nnamani said the commission was working towards giving the nation an all inclusive and citizens friendly police force.

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Re: South-East to take proper place in Nigeria Police Force soon — Commissioner

By: dayan (M) |Time : March 07, 2021, 07:32:47 PM
Firstly, why is it that in Nigeria, you cannot get anything due you until you FIGHT for it?
Why can't right things be done from the beginning?
Amazing, but let's continue...

Re: South-East to take proper place in Nigeria Police Force soon — Commissioner

By: dayan (M) |Time : March 07, 2021, 07:42:05 PM
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Nnamani lamented high level of extortion by policemen on south east roads and warned that the commission would deal decisively with officers found engaging in the illegal and unprofessional act.

He urged Nigerians to stop encouraging the act by refusing to pay bribes to policemen at check points.

Is it today that Igbos of South East start to lament about POLICE SIEGE of their region?

FOR YEARS, South East Nigeria has been CONSISTENTLY THE MOST HEAVILY POLICED IN NIGERIA THOUGH IT IS INTRINSICALLY THE MOST PEACEFUL REGION.

Well, the people of the area have apparently decided to FORCE the Police to leave their roads and stop extorting them, hence this man talking all these.
The news coming from South East in the last few days and weeks bears witness to the fact that the people would no longer accept to be besieged, extorted and murdered by police (at roadblocks) in their own lands.

It is really irrelevant, IMHO, at this point whether the police did the right thing or not. Nobody trusts them anymore in Igboland, and it would be in Nigeria's interest to simply legalize state and regional police. If not, people will create and enforce such police regardless.
Na human life wey matter.
Only a tree hears that it would be cut down and still stood in the same place.

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