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Hatred for Nigeria Police affecting security – PCRC

The National Chairman of the Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC), Mogaji Olaniyan, has called for an urgent need to address what he called widespread hatred…

The National Chairman of the Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC), Mogaji Olaniyan, has called for an urgent need to address what he called widespread hatred towards the officers of the Nigeria Police.

Olaniyan described the narrative as alarming, pointing out that the hatred remains part of the factors affecting the country’s security.

He spoke while addressing newsmen during the 40th celebration ceremony of the Committee held in Abeokuta, the state capital.

Olaniyan, who condemned the widespread hatred, said the PCRC is fostering a permanent relationship between members of the community and the police in order to end the ugly narrative.

He emphasized that this deep-seated resentment must be addressed to cultivate a healthy relationship between the people and the police, ultimately enhancing security across the nation.

Olaniyan said “We are calling that people should love the Nigeria Police, this is what they lack. right from childhood we have created enmity between our children and the Nigeria Police.

“This hatred starts from our home. For instance if parents want to scold their children they will say ‘I will call the police for you. This is why our children grow up with hatred for the police and that is why we are trying to stop this narrative.”

The State Chairman of the Committee, Samson Kunle Popoola stated that the security of Ogun state remains paramount to the PCRC, hence, its cordial relationship with the police.

He affirmed that Ogun state remains the most peaceful and safe state in Nigeria, calling for more cooperation between the residents and the police to keep the record intact.

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