The senator representing Benue North East in the National Assembly, Barnabas Gemade, has called for the overhaul of the nation’s security architecture, citing a fundamental dislocation in the entire system. He submitted that the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, lacked the maturity for the revered position considering his dispositions and responses to issues of national security. His words: “There is a fundamental problem, a dislocation in the security system in the nation and something must be urgently done to change the situation.“We need an overhaul of the basic security organisation in the country, which is the police. “When you hear the Inspector General speaks, you know clearly that the organisation is not in position to do what it is supposed to do. “This is because an Inspector General of Police should be more mature than the one who is there now.
Source: The Guardian March 08, 2018 03:45 UTC