The Unending State Police Debate - Mark Amaza

From NigeriansTalk Tue Nov 27 2012, 03:32:39

For many years, the debate on whether or not Nigeria needs to reform its police system from a unitary one to a federal one, which will allow the states to form and control their own police forces, has been a very heated and divisive one. Both sides are passionate about their arguments and have lot of support. The opponents of [...]

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