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Should Military Intervene In Internal Crises? Private Security Experts Proffers Solutions To Tackling Modern Security Challenges, Charts New Course For ALPSPN


A security Expert and a former national Assistant Director of DSS DENISE Amachree has blamed the Military for interfering in the lingering EndSARs protest by shooting at the protesters Which he said has caused a rippled negative effect across the country.
The security Expert  and a private security consultant at the first annual General meeting and elections of Association of licensed private security practitioners of Nigeria ALPSPN said the military has no business in interfering in internal security matters in a democratic depensation.
He said the best they could have done under the matter, if they were invited or drafted to assist the police is by protecting National assets from attacks and not to shoot at armless protesters,

MR Amachree also blamed Nigerian Politicians of using divide and rule game to cause disaffections, tribalism, nepotism to divide the country on religious, tribal and ethnic lines for their selfish interest and gains For his part the outgone state Chairman of association of Licensed Private Security practitioners of Nigeria, who is also the new Deputy National President  ABERE Robinson said private security guards are repositioning to take over and go into private investigation following the recent bill signed by the president to allow private security Operatives embark on in depth investigation

He called on private security practitioners to wake up to the new realities of modern security and safety challenges all over the world to stand out in their service delivery

A member of  ALPSPN Kingsley Chinedu also urge the Federal Government to employ the principles of Dialogue in curtailing the burning EndSARs Protest campaigns

Meanwhile The new Chairman of association of licensed private security practitioners Davies Kennedy has called on Residents of the state to become more security conscious, avoid late night outings and undertake movements that are necessary due to the present situation in the country.
DAVIES Kennedy Made the call shortly after the first annual General meeting and Election of new excos of the association held in Port Harcourt.
He said the private security operative have rejigged to assist security agencies in solving the security challenges facing the state.
Our correspondent also reports that the following persons emerged after the Elections

1. Hon. Chief Davies Kennedy JP as Chairman.

2. Engr. Prince Godfrey Tata as Vice Chairman

3. Hon Fred Atteng as Secretary

4. Comrade Kingsley Chinedum Nwoke as Treasurer

5. Rev Lawrence Adekola as Financial Secretary

6. Mr. McLean Essiene as Assistant Secretary

7. Mr. Livingstone Samuel as Provost.
8. Chief Ben Bipialaka as PRO.PIX. MEMBER OF ALPSPN Stanley Nsofor Pose With A Guest.


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