Why Police Inspector General Cannot Speak Boldly on How to Deal with Falae Adopters

Worry over the Safety of lives and Property Set to Grip South West as State security (Police) Cannot Stop Fulani terrorists attackers of prosecute them……

Nigerians are in trouble. I am sure that the same interest that empowered Boko Harem, is now very much in position and has empowered or is empowering Fulani headsmen who have found their way to the South to do their biding.

For God sake, how can a police commissioner not be bold enough to assure the public – first hand about the faith of a criminal?

It is either that Arase is incompetent to occupy that position or that he is acting in fear or is carrying out orders. Whatever it is, that is not good for the public and does not reflect what PMB is saying to Nigerians.

Security of lives and properties of the people, are the primary functions of the police and if the police cannot be trusted to effectively protect lives and properties with assurance that criminals will be duly prosecuted and discouraged from engaging in crimes, the danger will be – people resorting to taking laws into their own hands to secure themselves and their properties from criminals like the Fulani headsmen and this will not be good for the community and civil society safety and peaceful co-existence.

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