The newly appointed acting Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba promised an improvement in the security situation in Nigeria after he assumed office today being, Wednesday, 7 of April.
The Inspector General was appointed yesterday by the President, in person of Retired Major Mohammadu Buhari.
In his speech today, he said,
"You will see improvement on where my predecessor had left. I came in at a very challenging time and I know it. I recognize it and will work on how to improve from where my predecessor left."
"I have been a member of the management team, we tried our best but it wasn't enough, but there is room for improvement."
"Nigerians should expect improvement in the security situation and they should also collaborate and corporate with us. With all the inadequacy we have, we still require everybody to be part of the policing in this country."
He expressed his appointment comes at a challenging moment once more, when kidnapping, terrorism and banditry among others have taken the other of the day but he will try his best to make sure everything goes back to the way it used to be.
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