Adopt New Strategy Against Terrorists, Kidnappers, FG Charges Police

As the nation grapples with security challenges, the Federal Government has charged the Nigerian Police Force to up its game.

Part of what the government wants is for the police authorities to take the fight to the doorsteps of the enemy by seeking out their hideouts, disrupting their operations, and dismantling their networks.

Specifically, the current administration wants the police, under the leadership of the Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, to adopt a new strategy against terrorists, kidnappers, bandits and other criminals that wreak havoc across the country.

The Minister of Police Affairs, Ibrahim Gaidam, gave the charge on Friday to men of the Nigerian Police during his visit to the Force Headquarters in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

Accompanied by the Minister of State for Police Affairs, Imaan Sulaiman-Ibrahim, the minister maintained that all enemies of peace in the country should no longer be given the opportunity to strike first.

“In our fight against these enemies of peace, we must embrace a new strategy, a strategy of aggression. We must no longer wait for the enemy to strike. We must take the fight to their very doorstep,” he said.

“We must seat out their hideouts and stop their operations and dismantle their networks. Being on the defensive has only emboldened our enemies and allowed them to be stronger. It is time for us to change the narrative to shape the balance of power in our table.”

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