Following the invasion of communities by Militants and Fulani Herdsmen, the Lagos State Commissioner of Police (CP), Mr. Fatai Owoseni said residents of the invaded communities have lost trust in Police formation.
He made this known through the Chief Superintendent of Police, Olusegun Ajamolaya. He spoke yesterday at the City Hall, Lagos, venue of the 2016 Stakeholders Forum organised by the Office of the Special Adviser to the Governor on Central Business District (CBD) themed: ”Toward a Lagos Island CBD Renaissance: Meaningful Insights and Commitment
According to him, “The major problem we have now is for the citizens to have trust in us; they do not trust the police they have. They believe that if they give information to the police, they will sell out. And due to this, the maximum cooperation we should get from the citizens is lacking.
“We believe that larger percent of the reasons acclaimed by the residents were stereotype. The Nigerian police are evolving daily. We want you to have faith in us and I believe that we will not disappoint you.”Share on Facebook