Lagos - The Forum of Spokespersons of Security and Response Agencies (FOSSRA) has urged members of the public to complement government agencies’ efforts to fight terror.
Chairman of the organization, who is also the Director of Defence Information, Major General, Chris Olukolade, pointed out that culprits dwelt and hid in their communities.
“Security agencies can only succeed when the citizens report strange movements and suspicious activities to the relevant authorities. We cannot identity a terrorists within a community by his look, dress or mannerism. The people who live with them should be able to identify suspicious and strange traits that can be reported for investigation and necessary action,” he said.
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He was speaking in Abuja at a forum the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) organized.
Olukalde’s organization meanwhile has advised the public to beware of swindlers that often use fake identities with offers of employment and counterfeit business opportunities in exchange for money and for other criminal activities.
It urged members of the public to guard against the spate of internet scammers and criminals.
- CAJ News