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Restructure police for effective service – Gani Adams tells FG

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The Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, Chief Gani Adams, has urged the Federal Authorities to restructure the Nigeria Police for efficient service.

Adams gave the recommendation on Wednesday on the 2021 Version of Olokun Pageant at Sultan Seaside, Badagry, Lagos.

Based on him, the Police in Nigeria are understaffed, demoralised, poorly skilled, a few of them increase their low pay by robbing the general public they’ve sworn to guard.

“Other than the very fact the safety structure and composition of the Nigerian Police is unsuitable and lopsided, it does probably not replicate nationwide outlook.

“The concept of utilizing just one Police construction is outdated and archaic.
“Nigeria, with over 200million inhabitants and over 300 ethnic nationalities, can not thrive and prosper with the current system.

“With the current safety in Nigeria, it is rather clear that Nigeria has grown past having just one police construction,” he stated.

The Are Ona Kakanfo, nevertheless, counseled the Federal Authorities on the continuing development of Lagos Badagry expressway.

Adams stated that although the mission had been on for a really very long time now, “it’s a factor of pleasure that efforts are ongoing to finish the street.

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“On completion, I feel the street will assist in boosting the financial system of the traditional city and its environs,” he stated.

Adams, who can also be the chief promoter of Olokun Pageant Basis,(OFF), stated, “we’ve to coach our folks on the necessity to promote Yoruba tradition, custom and heritage.

“It’s our obligation and duty as cultural ambassadors to mission the beliefs and values which have made the Yoruba race probably the greatest on this planet.

“As I stand right here right this moment, I’ve a powerful perception that we’ve rather a lot to realize as we have fun Olokun and several other different festivals.

“As an illustration, Olokun is a deity that brings wealth to any society or state that celebrates it.

“Olokun deity has a powerful foothold, slicing throughout non secular borders and additionally it is the harbinger of peace and tranquillity.

“Each Muslims and Christians and even the traditionalists at all times respect the non secular relevance of the Olokun and Olosa deities,” he stated.

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