Group advises FG on economic system, safety

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A socio-political group, Fix Nigeria, has tasked the Federal Government to enhance the safety state of affairs of the nation.

The group additionally demanded enchancment within the financial insurance policies of President Bola Tinubu, stressing that the present insurance policies carried out by the federal and state governments had plunged the nation into financial woes.

The group’s National President, Tunde Eso, made the enchantment throughout an govt assembly held on Wednesday in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

Eso famous that the latest financial insurance policies of the federal government have led to a rise in social vices, an increase in the price of residing and a degrading way of life of the residents.

He added, “Severally, I have urged the Federal Government on the need to implement an effective national policy, implementation of a youth agenda in collaboration with the states by providing empowerment programmes that will get the youths engaged, get them off the streets, and make them productive and responsible citizens for a better Nigeria.”

Also talking on the assembly, the National Treasurer of the group, Anuhu Boyi, referred to as for improved intelligence gathering that might improve the potential of safety businesses to deal with safety threats.

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Boyi added, “The government should invest in current technology applications for surveillance and monitoring, including drones and CCTV systems, to enhance border security and urban safety and also collaborate with neighbouring countries and international partners to address transnational security challenges, such as terrorism and smuggling.”

The group’s National Director of Information and Communication, Charles Okwuokenye, requested the federal government to provoke insurance policies to industrialise the nation and supply primary facilities for the residents.

He burdened the necessity for the supply of energy to reinforce industrialisation.

“Security can be key in industrialisation pursuits. The authorities ought to due to this fact enhance the safety of life and properties, as no investor will put money into an unsecured atmosphere. The stage of insecurity within the nation at the moment doesn’t encourage funding.

“On the difficulty of a number of taxation from the three tiers of presidency, the federal government ought to put a cease to such unwholesome practices saying the federal government ought to consolidate all revenues accruing from corporations.

“On alleviating the challenges of insecurity, the government should consider community policing by sending an executive bill to the National Assembly to make laws that will regulate community policing, provide an environment for effective performance, and prosecute anyone found operating outside the confines of the law establishing the force,” Okwuokenye concluded.



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