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Deploy Technology To Fight Insecurity – NSE To Government

As security situation challenges is on the increase in our society today, governments at all levels have been advised to deploy adequate technology in the detection and prevention of crime in the country.

A Superintendent of Police, Yakubu Abdulmumin disclosed this at a programme organised by the Nigerian Society of Engineers, NSE, Ado Ekiti branch.

According to him, the use of technology would address the internal security challenges in Nigeria and can be used to locate the bases of bandits, terrorists and other criminals.

Yakubu who is also a member of the NSE, added that technologies such as drones and robotics could be used for efficient and effective policing in Nigeria.

Chairman Ekiti branch of the NSE, Segun Aluko decried the insecurity in the country and called on the government to provide necessary equipment for security agents to perform their duties effectively.

Aluko opined that the lecture was organized to proffer solutions to insecurity in the country and appealed to security agents to double their efforts in the interest of Nigerians.

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