Heightening insecurity nation on the brink, security experts warn
Except the Federal Government moves swiftly and takes firmer action against criminal elements perpetrating insecurity and holding the country to ransom, bedlam may ensue as Nigerians may resort to self-help since the government cannot guarantee safety of lives and property.
Ekhomu advises FG to expand national testing capacity
Security expert, Dr. Ona Ekhomu, has called on the federal government to urgently increase the national testing capacity for the COVID-19 disease to enable early diagnosis of infected individuals and save lives.
Group worries over FG’s reintegration of repentant insurgents into society
The Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum, (SMBLF), yesterday, raised alarm that the Federal Government has perfected plans to reintegrate about 606 ‘repentant’ Boko Haram members into society under ‘Operation Safe Corridor.’
‘Military should halt operation safe corridor now’
Generally, insecurity in Nigeria can be traced to the three socio-economic factors namely endemic poverty, high unemployment and impunity. Poverty in the land is quite harsh.
More AID workers may be abducted if FG fails to act on ISWAP, says Ekhomu
Security expert and President of the Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON), Dr. Ona Ekhomu has said that insurgent attacks...
More AID workers to be abducted if FG fails to act on ISWAP, says Ekhomu
Security expert and President of the Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON), Dr. Ona Ekhomu has said that insurgent attacks on aid workers are likely to grow in frequency if the Federal Government does not act aggressively to protect other...
Boko Haram: Ekhomu condemns hiring of 150 Camerounian vigilantes
Security expert, Ona Ekhomu has condemned the hiring of 150 Camerounian vigilantes to combat Boko Haram in Borno State, saying that the move by state governor, Babagana Zulum is a huge mistake, which is likely to increase security threats in Nigeria’s northeast.
Taraba: Ekhomu flays killing of IRT operatives
President of the Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operation of Nigeria (AISSON), Dr. Ona Ekhomu, has described the killing of three police..
Citizens on edge, as kidnappers seize nation’s jugular
When the first cases of kidnappings involving expatriate oil workers were recorded in the Niger Delta in the early 2000s, not many knew that it would grow to become a national malaise in less than two decades or thereabouts.
‘Election is not war and killers must be arrested and prosecuted’
Security expert, Chief Ona Ekhomu, appraises the role and performance of security agents/agencies during last Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections.