Nigeria needs annual investment of N3.4 trillion to bridge policing gap –  Suleiman-Ibrahim  

The Minister of State for Police Affairs, Hon Imaan Sulaiman-Ibrahim, on Monday, disclosed that Nigeria needs to invest a minimum of N3.4 trillion annually over the next five years to bridge the policing gap in the country.  

The minister disclosed this during the first Renewed Hope Agenda Citizens Townhall Engagement on Strengthening Policing in Nigeria, themed: “Community Policing: Building a Safer Nigeria Together,” held at Victoria Island, Lagos on Monday.   

Sulaiman-Ibrahim further explained that President Bola Tinubu’s administration had embarked on various police reforms to make the Nigeria Police Force more efficient in their mandate of protecting lives and properties.