Experts proffer solution to insecurity Nigeria By Gabriel Olawale Lagos – SECURITY experts, yesterday, converged on Lagos to proffer solutions to the various security challenges confronting the country. The stakeholders, who gathered at a seminar organised by the Association of industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria, AISSON, identified lack of inconsistency as a bane Continue Reading
The Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON) proudly presents its 2018 Security Seminar. This years conference examines critical security risks in Nigeria and West Africa. The seminar focuses on strategies for mitigating critical risks in the subregion. The challenges of Boko Haram insurgency, West African jihadi groups, arms proliferation, rampant terrorism, Continue Reading
Renowned security expert, Dr. Ona Ekhomu has advised the military high command to deploy force multipliers in the fight against Boko Haram terrorists. He said this had become necessary as military personnel resource needed to control the geographically-vast hot zones of Boko Haram atrocities in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States was scarce and there was Continue Reading
Renowned Security expert, Dr. Ona Ekhomu has commended northern political leaders for finally supporting the war on the Boko Haram terrorists. He said that the support of northern political elite was important to create a synergy in the successful prosecution of the war on terror.
Renowned security expert Dr. Ona Ekhomu has called on Nigeria’s security agencies to conduct behavioral analyses of Boko Haram terrorists in order to predict future attacks and prevent the tragic events. According to Ekhomu, behavioral analysis gives the security psychologists or profilers deep insight into the mind, phenomenology, idiosyncrasies and patterned-behaviors of sociopathic and psychopathic Continue Reading
The Consul-General of the United States in Nigeria, Joseph Stafford has said that to win the war on terror which is a trans-national crime, a closer collaboration between Nigerian government and the US government was a cognitive imperative.
Former Director, State Security Services (SSS) Sam Ejiofor, has attributed the spate of bombings in the country to the failure of security agencies.