Force spokesperson urges Nigerians to always share information

Nigerian Police spokesman Olumuyiwa Adejobi has called on Nigerians to constantly and urgently share information with security agencies that will help control insecurity in the country. Adejobi, a police chief superintendent, made the call Sunday on his verified Twitter account monitored by the Nigerian News Agency (NAN) in Lagos. He said security intelligence was not for public consumption and stressed that he hated sharing intelligence in the news or on social media. He said that any person or group of people who took pleasure in making security intelligence public did so out of ignorance because that could not be considered intelligence, but eye service and sabotage. “Security agencies work together, gather intelligence and share it with each other for coordinated operations, which will be in the collective interest and benefit to all. “Nigerians should see and perceive insecurity in the country as a common enemy of the land. They should share information about insecurity with the police. “I’m sure today’s generation of police officers wants a better system and security for Nigeria, so they will take any intelligence received seriously,” he said. Furthermore, the police image maker said that there was a need for all sections of Nigerian society to wake up and do what was necessary; not be accusing everyone, everywhere and every day. “We need a functional approach to deal with our common enemy. We urge Nigerians to consistently share information with law enforcement agencies as soon as possible. “A stitch in time saves nine,” he said. (YAYA) Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; Force spokesperson urges Nigerians to always share information