Insecurity Challenge In Nigeria: Nigerians In Diaspora Wants Federal Government to Create Platform of Assistance

The Igbos in diaspora has called on federal government of Nigeria to partner with the World Igbo Congress (WIC) to bring a permanent solution to the insecurity challenges facing the nation.

The leader of the association of Ebonyi indigenes in the United State of America, Mr. Humphrey Igwe made the call when he visited the Nigerian Red Cross motherless babies home in Abakaliki. Mr Igwe had also provided some financial support toward the welfare the children of this orphanage home during his visit.

Further in his remark, Mr Igwe stated that the Nigerians in diaspora wants the federal government to provide the platform within which they can operate and offer their expertise knowledge on security matter facing the country. Among his proposals, he pushed for having more state police on the ground.


He argued that the present arrangement in Nigeria where state commissioners are control by inspector general of police will not meet the security needs of the country as state governors are not in reality in charge of security situations in their domains.


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