Insecurity: Experts Call for More Collaboration among Security Agencies


By Laleye Dipo

As the nation continues to grapple with various security challenges, an expert in security matters has called for a more effective and efficient collaboration among all the security organizations to stem insecurity in the country.

Specifically, Ahaji Yunusa Mohammed Sahabi who is the Niger state coordinator of the International Institute of Professional Security, IIPS, said sharing of information among the security organs in the country would assist a lot to check the menace of insurgence in parts of the country.

‘We should be able to work together to achieve the common goal we are all pursuing’, he declared.

Alhaji Yunusa Sahabi who was speaking at the annual dinner of the organization in Minna on Sunday night however commended the security organizations in the country for the peace they have brought to the nation in recent times.

He said the institute was ready to synergize with security operatives across the country with the sole aim of bringing about peaceful coexistence among Nigerians wherever they may be.

“Our own is to synergies, we don’t enforce, we educate people about security so that they will be security conscious and they are happy with it.”

On the relationship with other private security agencies, Sahabi said: “Our relationship with them is cordial, they make more use of our services. We organize seminars and workshops for them to improve their capacity and bring them in tune with modern trend in security operation.”