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Okonkwo Frank Perez @OkonkwoPerez
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This is Rwandan police force.
Professionals and well equipped to keep the beautiful country safe.
I believe this is what @segalink and the rest of us are demanding for. A modern n well structured pol force. We deserve more than this.
@segalink Botswana police force is the best in Africa.
Botswana wit a pop of 2 million pple is a model African country, known for its political stability, a strong economy, a stable democracy& blessed with visionary leaders.
@segalink According 2 d World Internal Security& Police Index (WISPI), Botswana’s police was ranked the 47th in the world and the first in Africa. D ranking was done by the International Police Science Association (IPSA) and the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP).
@segalink D report looked at 4 domains of internal security: capacity, process, legitimacy& outcomes. D capacity domain scrutinized d resources dat a nation dedicates d internal security.
@segalink The process domain looks at whether the resources dedicated to internal security are used in an effective manner. Well here in Nigeria, our best security resources are meant for the elite alone.
@segalink The legitimacy domain is a measure of whether the public view security providers, particularly the police, in a favourable light. Finally, the outcomes domain assesses current threats to internal security. @DHORLIBABE.
@segalink Rwanda was ranked 50th in the world and second in Africa, Algeria was 58th, Senegal was 68th and, Tunisia 72nd. Botswana is one of the few countries in Africa that has a full democracy.
In other words state of democracy determines the strength of d pol force
@segalink Nigeria on the other hand was ranked 127th out of the 127 countries ranked. Uganda, Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congo occupied the 124th to 126th respectively. We can change this by #EndSARSBrutality and #ReformPoliceNG @segalink
@segalink D report stated dat police& effectiveness is a serious problem in Nig&dat general corruption was high according2 d Control of Corruption indicator. 81%of Nigerian respondents 2 d Global Corruption Barometer admitted 2paying a bribe 2a pol officer last year.
@segalink In d past few wiks Nigerians commented on social media about their experiences wit d police. Many listed d atrocities the Nigerian Police commits including illegal detention, extrajudicial killings, intimidation and demand for bribes.@citizen_gavel @segalink
@segalink The relationship between Nigerian police and citizens is  characterised by deep distrust and animosity. There is generally a lack of trust and respect for the Nigerian police. No country moves an inch without its internal security being properly structured.
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