The Coalition of Concerned Nigeria Security Experts has
lambasted the service for the needless jamboree under the guise of a tour of military formations, insisting that their tour be directed at states with worse security problems, particularly North East, Northwest and North Central.
The security experts also said that what was expected of the new security heads was to hit the ground running by relocating to the theatre of the operations for at least six months in the first instance and not a national tour.
In a statement jointly signed by its National Coordinator, Prof. Otedola Adekunle and National Secretary, Dr Chris Aklo, the group, regretted that two months after the current security chiefs assumed office, insecurity was assuming a new dimension.
Tasking the security heads to live up to their responsibility, the group noted that two months was enough for them to make some visible impact in the security sector of the country.
They said no action would deter them from telling the truth.
“Since the most anticipated appointments of the new service chiefs on January 26, 2021, we expected that by now there would be at least a gradual turnaround in the security of the country, but it’s sad that the security situation keeps deteriorating on a daily basis with new dimensions to it.
“While some unpatriotic people may think that it may be too early to speak up about the new service chiefs and the current state of insecurity, as security experts, we owe this country the duty to speak out when things are getting out of hand in the security sectors where we are experts,” the statement said.
The group regretted that “Over 39 students of College of Forestry in Kaduna State and several other innocent Nigeria’s are still in the hands of their adductors several weeks after their abduction, wondering why it was taking managers of security so long to get the victims out of the den of their captors.
“Instead of seeing concrete actions that could stamp out insecurity, all we hear is still rhetorics and promises. This is unacceptable. It is certainly not what Nigerians are expecting now”.
While noting the importance roles elders play in peacebuilding efforts in their respective communities, the group tasked them “to begin a massive advocacy meeting with the aim of dousing tensions around the country.”

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