Mohammed Adamu, The Inspector-General of Police has again stressed the need for Nigerians to embrace the community policing strategy, which he says is the best way to reduce crime in the country.
The IGP made this known in Owerri the Imo state capital during a one-day working visit to the state to access the level of damage done by hoodlums who hijacked the peaceful #EndSARS protest.
While calling on the traditional rulers and stakeholders to partner with the police force for the success of community policing strategy, the IGP stated that in a few weeks from now, youths would be recruited into the police force from ward levels to work with traditional rulers in a bid to secure every community.
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The IGP said every Nigerian has the right to protest, but when it protracts and graduates to disturbance of public peace and chaos, then it will not be allowed.