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Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by 9jatriot(m): 8:52am On Apr 07
The security situation of the country has since that period gone from very bad to very very bad.

Now criminals are a lot more daring and even bold enough to release their incarcerated comrades from correction centres. Guns are now freely taken from police men while they look on helplessly.

Fulani herdsmen are now attempting to even kill a sitting governor... The list is endless. No one is safe at all. if this trend continues, it is only about time that every city will become inhabitable. God forbid we get there.

This has led me to wonder if the dissolution of SARS has not achieved the very opposite of what it was meant to achieve
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by Nobody: 9:02am On Apr 07
Well, there were issues with security before SARS was disbanded....so I doubt that SARS being disbanded or not has anything to do with security

Plus,

1.The police is not well funded to fight the kind of crime we face in this country.

2.The security issues arise from political issues...which have not been fixed at all.

Fix both the funding and the bad governance issue, and security will improve. It's not rocket science.

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Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by supportnija: 9:20am On Apr 07
Neutralobserver:
Well, there were issues with security before SARS was disbanded....so I doubt that SARS being disbanded or not has anything to do with security

Plus,

1.The police is not well funded to fight the kind of crime we face in this country.

2.The security issues arise from political issues...which have not been fixed at all.

Fix both the funding and the bad governance issue, and security will improve. It's not rocket science.
Op which side are you living, disband of SARS caused it, arm robber, cultist, Yahoo yahoo don't afraid anything aside of SARS, OP , I live in masaka before , for some of who know Nassarawa state, the only libration we had was when SARS involved but today they have returned ,SARS was the only proactive and active unit in Nigeria police... let enjoy our in security, you complained for anti-rubbery squad and the same time complained again arm robber. How?

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Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by owobokiri(m): 9:24am On Apr 07
Where they thrown into a pit latrine after the so-called disbandment? Are they not part of the police force as we speak? Or they can only function when they are grouped as sars? You mean if there's a security breach, such officers can not be deployed unless as members of sars??
Why do Nigerians like suffering and maltreatment?

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Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by Lanretoye(m): 9:26am On Apr 07
9jatriot:
The security situation of the country has since that period gone from very bad to very very bad.

Now criminals are a lot more daring and even bold enough to release their incarcerated comrades from correction centres. Guns are now freely taken from police men while they look on helplessly.

Fulani herdsmen are now attempting to even kill a sitting governor... The list is endless. No one is safe at all. if this trend continues, it is only about time that every city will become inhabitable. God forbid we get there.

This has led me to wonder if the dissolution of SARS has not achieved the very opposite of what it was meant to achieve
agitating for sars abi,you be one of them.
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by Nobody: 9:28am On Apr 07
supportnija:

Op which side are you living, disband of SARS caused it, arm robber, cultist, Yahoo yahoo don't afraid anything aside of SARS, OP , I live in masaka before , for some of who know Nassarawa state, the only libration we had was when SARS involved but today they have returned ,SARS was the only proactive and active unit in Nigeria police... let enjoy our in security, you complained for anti-rubbery squad and the same time complained again arm robber. How?

I am on the side of a well funded and well trained police force...that does not unnecessarly opress people.

Thank you
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by funkekemi(f): 9:35am On Apr 07
no matter what , sars is the bigger thief
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by triple996(m): 10:12am On Apr 07
of course, it allows kanu to deal with igbos grin
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by NATIONALPASTOR: 10:33am On Apr 07
triple996:
of course, it allows kanu to deal with igbos grin

Goats are not allowed to comment on Nairaland.


You support, fund and hail terrorist herdsmen who after killing people and taking over their lands and attempted to kill a sitting governor. What else won't you people do?

Selective justice is no justice at all.

Stop the senseless killing by Nigerian government by police,military, fulani terrorist herdsmen etc and all will be well.
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by PHPdeveloper502(m): 10:49am On Apr 07
This has nothing to do with sars. Gun men that are attacking soldiers will easily overrun any sars unit. This is an ethnic uprising of a major ethnic group against an unjust government
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by 9jatriot(m): 8:46am On May 07
Each day bad news and frailties of our security architecture were exposed by that not so well thought event.
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by helinues: 8:51am On May 07
The criminals only took advantage of the docility from the government...

Disbandment of SARS is in order
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by Rugaria: 9:02am On May 07
Maybe it was the disbandment of sars that led to the bemusement of the security agencies infront of fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram invasions too..
Why is it so easy for EFCC to catch and line up internet fraudsters for prosecution everyday but hard for the police to catch and line up fulani Herdsmen that are ravaging villages openly p with violence like some pandemic?

Why is it easy for the army and the DSS to quickly identity and neutralize the likes of ikonso and others within the ESN but the leaders of myetti Allah and Boko Haram, who have all openly accepted responsiblities for all sorts of violence and anti state activities walk free as we speak?? Double standards is Nigerias bane..

It was not the banning of sars that caused the "spike" in violence, it's the "banning of common sense and neutrality" in high places!
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by joyandfaith: 9:18am On May 07
Worsening insecurity is caused by bad economic policies of FG amidst covid lockdown with poor handling of endsars protests by shooting protesters at lekki tollgate followed by massive looting of covid palliatives and shops as well as spontaneous attacks on police stations.
The country need to be restructured.
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by 9jatriot(m): 2:18pm On May 20
As the security situation in the country worsens with rising cases of kidnappings and killings, the Lekki Estates Residents and Stakeholders Association has alerted residents of the area to be vigilant as they go about their lawful activities.

LERSA, which is an association of “over 80 estates and communities” in the area, also urged the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, to hasten his planned ban of all passenger motorcycles, especially within the Lekki axis.

This was contained in a statement issued on Wednesday and co-signed by Olorogun Emadoye and Gbemi Adelekan, President and Secretary General of the association respectively.

The statement directed to residents and stakeholders in the Lekki area was titled, ‘Re: Update On The State Of Security Affairs Across The Lekki Corridor’.

The statement read, “The Association has received various calls from residents expressing deep concern on the general insecurity in the Lekki axis.

“While acknowledging the efforts of the Police in trying to maintain peace and security, the Association is calling on the Government and the Security authorities for a broader and stern response to the activities of various criminals in the community and the State in general.

“In the light of the security challenges, we wish to commend the Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu on the planned ban of Okada in the state. We believe that such a policy, if effectively implemented will reduce insecurity to a reasonable extent.

“We also wish to call on the Nigeria Police to declare a total war on people roaming the streets with dangerous weapons to curb the indiscriminate activities of some criminals.

“The Association wishes to admonish residents to take extra precautions against kidnappings following news of deteriorating security in the country.”

LERSA, therefore, advised residents to:

“Be observant, watchful and ensure that you are not being followed. If you suspect strange movement, drive to the nearest Police Station.

“Keep the discussions of your financial dealings away from strangers especially while in public places or while talking on your mobile phones. Always keep a low profile.

“Keep vehicle doors locked and windows rolled up, especially in traffic jams or traffic lights.

“Do not use ATM Machine at remote locations at night to avoid robbers and kidnappers.

“Do not stop to help strangers on the road, especially at night unless you are sure.

“Exercise precaution when walking at night. Do not jog at night, if you can avoid it.

“Ensure that you report any security incident to the Police. Be a friend to the Police.”

The Association also said it would seek audience with the state government and the Lagos State Police Command to discuss the security challenges within the axis.

Meanwhile, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Muyiwa Adejobi, has said the Command would issue a statement on the latest happenings within Lekki.
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by 9jatriot(m): 2:19pm On May 20
At last, someone who understands what I have been trying to say all these while.
kingthreat:
So kidnappers and armed robbers can also be your problems?
During endsars, you Lekki people tried to show the world that Nigeria Police is the number 1 problem of the country. Now you have seen that there is a way more bigger evil, so you realize you need the lesser evil. I heard the places where the police stations were burnt down in Lekki are now a haven for cultists and criminals as the police does not plan to build a station there anytime. Las las we go all dey alright. I hope Lagos state government rolls out their buses ASAP so Lagosians will not have to consider private vehicles kidnappers use.

Safety Tips
Please stop entering private vehicles doing transportation in that area especially Sienna vehicles.
If you are unsure of night movement, book uber or bolt.
If you are a lady going to work early morning or coming back late evenings, be a Liverpool fan. Never Walk Alone grin

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Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by Lanretoye(m): 3:03pm On May 20
Issalie,police brutality and extrajudicial killings has reduced drastically.talk of security,the only thing they can do is to charge on defenseless citizens,that’s why ugm and bh always run them over.
Re: Has The Disbandment Of SARS Become Counterproductive? by 9jatriot(m): 10:27am On Jun 01
It is becoming clearer by the day. Many will soon realize that realize that a reform rather than a request for outright ban was a better option.

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