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Senator Ekeremmadu advocates decentralization of police

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Former Deputy President of the Senate, Chief Ike Ekeremmadu, has called for the establishment of sub-national police, stressing that decentralization of the country’s policing system is key to solving insecurity in the country.

Senator Ekeremmadu stated this in Enugu, during a recent town hall meeting.

On the issue of shutting down the National Assembly as a result of the federal government’s inability to tackle security challenges in the country, a member representing Aninri/Agwu/Oji River constituency, Toby Okechukwu, said it was an opinion of a member and not the resolution of the house, adding that the house had already summoned security chiefs and would as well carry out further investigations.

Okechukwu also highlighted some of the actions taken by lawmakers from the southeast to tackle marginalization of the region at the National Assembly to include creation of more State among others.

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