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|Lack Of Equipment, Technology Undermining War Against Insecurity — Chikwe Udensi by Metrix147: 1:52am On Oct 01, 2020|
The Head Interpol Systems Nigeria, Sir Chikwe Udensi has stated that inadequate tools and technological improvements has affected the country's progress in fighting insecurity.
According to the foremost Security Expert, those in position of leadership across the three tiers of government have not mustered the will and courage to provide the necessary tools to combat insecurity in the country.
Addressing journalists recently, Sir Udensi observed that Nigeria’s Security security Operating System is below the global standard for crime fighting.
He said the traditional methods of Crime fighting applicable in Nigeria does not have capacity to solve the country's security challenges.
He stated that the rising level of insecurity in the country requires drastic security measures like the procurement of Human and signal Intelligence, Provision of high tech Operational Security Support services, enhancement of Operational data exchange services among security agencies, information security control among others.
He bemoaned the porosity of Nigerian boarders and how foreigners could move into the country without proper screening, knowing who they are and what their intentions are before gaining entrance into the country.
He expressed disappointment that even some of the legal boarders have limited influence of security and law enforcement agents, who are either poorly trained, unpatriotic or with obsolete equipments.
He stated that Nigeria has about 1500 illegal entry boarders into the country and this gives enormous sense of concern.
The security Expert advices the government to put in place various policies to ensure effective boarder management as it is vitally important for the preservation of National Security.
“The boarder is the first line of defense against Terrorism, I therefore call on various security agencies - NIA, NIS, NCS, NA, NPF - and other sister agencies to work in synergy towards a sustainable security structure.
"The government of the day only resort to manage the consequences of insecurity, it is pertinent to first of all identify security traits and insecurity factors, then proffer lasting measures to resolve the cause and prevent the occurrence. It is only the living that is concerned about welfare and dividends of democracy”. He said.
ABN TV gathered that Sir Chikwe Udensi is currently implementing the expansion of the Foremost crime fighting tool in the world called the Interpol i-24/7.
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|Re: Lack Of Equipment, Technology Undermining War Against Insecurity — Chikwe Udensi by Kcitytv: 2:00am On Oct 01, 2020|
This man is making sense , but if you what the real technology ask does guys in the field, doing it practically, I don't like talk talk
|Re: Lack Of Equipment, Technology Undermining War Against Insecurity — Chikwe Udensi by ican2020: 2:02am On Oct 01, 2020|
|Re: Lack Of Equipment, Technology Undermining War Against Insecurity — Chikwe Udensi by ThreeEyedRaven: 3:56am On Oct 01, 2020|
You're definitely right sir, but that's the lesser problem. The bigger problem is sabotage and unpatriotism from many of those concerned
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