The Director-General of the Department of State Services, Yusuf Bichi has told Nigerians to stop blaming security agencies over the increased insecurity witnessed across Nigeria.
This is coming after over 300 students were kidnapped in Katsina state, which is the home state of incumbent President, Buhari.
He made this known at the Security and Emergency Awards (SEMA 2020), as Bichi averred that the support of citizens is pertinent especially in the area of intelligence gathering.
See what he said below;
“We call on Nigerians to support security agencies and the government. Security is no longer for government and security agencies; there is a need for collaborative efforts and partnerships. You continue to stay in your comfort zones and continue to blame security agencies for all, but the information that the security agencies need have you brought it?
“All those bad people are part of our communities; they live in our neighbourhoods. If you know one, tell the security agencies about him. If you have not done all these, it’s time for us to have a rethink; it’s time for us to have a change of mind to rededicate ourselves to the ideals of building a country that is devoid of any insecurity.”