Renowned lawyer and public affairs pundit Inibehe Effiong has expressed grave concerns about the security forces’ response time after a terrorist attack in Plateau state that tragically resulted in the deaths of over 100 Nigerians. Effiong has conducted a thorough analysis of the incident. Effiong evaluated the effectiveness of the security response severely in an insightful interview that aired on Channels television today. She also addressed some particular issues about the handling of distress calls during the attack. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
Effiong further delved into the military’s admission of receiving over 30 distress calls during the incident, raising pertinent inquiries about the systems in place for prioritizing and executing responses.
He remarked, “We have to stop excusing this; can anybody tell us today that the security outfits are incapable of detecting these attacks? Does it mean that the military has aircrafts, the police has no helicopters to respond within minutes of these attacks? When the military has confirmed that they received over 30 distress calls. There is simply no excuse for what has happened, it’s either the government is complicit in these killings or the governor is clearly incompetent. But whichever it is, if it’s the case of incompetence, how come the IGP has not been held accountable? How come he’s still in office? How come the heads of other security outfits are still in office? This is the tragedy of the Buhari years.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>