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CCTV Cameras Should Be Install Everywhere In Nigeria To Monitor Crimes by DocJoseph(m): 8:38am On Jul 08
Based on the rate of Crimes, Frauds, Killings and Bombings in Nigeria, I suggest President Buhari and his colleagues should take this my Idea seriously if he wants security in Nigeria. Mobilizing different enforcement groups like SSS, SAS, EFCC to control or check Crimes is not helping at all.

Like in American states, there are Cameras everywhere to monitor peoples movement and dealings, if the same is done in Nigeria, it will help a lot to arrest those Cultist , Rapists,
even Ritualists that perform their Rituals in the night and day.

Before installing those Cameras, every streets should have an Active Street Lights to help to monitor people even in the night. Or does it mean Nigeria cannot avoid Street Lights and Cameras in every streets in the country??

After installing those Cameras on the streets, the Government should assign some Police Officers or enforcement groups to check those Hidden Cameras in case somebody want to destroy the cameras.

......that's my humble request, Idea or suggestion to control crimes in Nigeria! Share and support me if my suggestion is good. Thanks Mr. President, Thanks Nigeria Security Teams and enforcement groups. I remain Joseph.

Re: CCTV Cameras Should Be Install Everywhere In Nigeria To Monitor Crimes by Nbotee(m): 8:59am On Jul 08
Ask El Rufai about the ones he claimed to have installed in and around Kaduna kidnap hotzones and how it has helped in any way
Re: CCTV Cameras Should Be Install Everywhere In Nigeria To Monitor Crimes by Tomilola360: 9:11am On Jul 08
For your mind, na you first think this one ooo. Ordinary infrastructure for easy commute in lagos was destroyed by hoodlums during a protest. Street lights get vandalised just so they can have a favourable environment for crime. And you think cctv cameras won't be destroyed?
Re: CCTV Cameras Should Be Install Everywhere In Nigeria To Monitor Crimes by DocJoseph(m): 9:30pm On Jul 08
For your mind, na you first think this one ooo. Ordinary infrastructure for easy commute in lagos was destroyed by hoodlums during a protest. Street lights get vandalised just so they can have a favourable environment for crime. And you think cctv cameras won't be destroyed?

.....I think it can help....because wen they came to destroy anything, the cameras will exposed them and they can be easily be arrested. It just that Nigeria police too dey fear Hoodlums, they're afraid to die for the country.... Lols
Re: CCTV Cameras Should Be Install Everywhere In Nigeria To Monitor Crimes by DocJoseph(m): 9:34pm On Jul 08
Nbotee:
Ask El Rufai about the ones he claimed to have installed in and around Kaduna kidnap hotzones and how it has helped in any way
Nbotee:
Ask El Rufai about the ones he claimed to have installed in and around Kaduna kidnap hotzones and how it has helped in any way

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Something can be done about it.... The killings is too much. He's not the only person in Nigeria that can install it....maybe the problem was from the Workers that was tracking the cameras... I wonder how a computer Graduate cannot track a CCTV cameras....we can employ Americans to help dem.

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