Senate pledges support to Nigeria Police to combat insecurity in the country.

The Senate has pledged to support the Nigeria Police Force with the required legislative interventions to combat rising insecurity in the country.

President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan made this known, after a closed-door session between the senate and the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu on the security situation in the country.

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According to Lawan, the police must find a way to be more operationally proactive to protect the lives of the citizens.

The IGP who spoke with journalists after the summon by the Senate, said community policing entailed partnership between members of communities to safeguard lives and property, noting that there were different types of communities.

According to the Inspector General of Police, security is the responsibility of all Nigerians, those in the helms of affairs at state and local government levels should endeavour to be responsible and ensure the good governance to arrest crimes in their respective communities

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