Awka - Chris Ngige,candidate for the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the November 16 Anambra elections, said he will tackle insecurity in his first 100 days in office, if he is elected as governor, Vanguard reports.
Ngige, in an interview with Vanguard, complained that the past eight years of the Peter Obi administration had witnessed a high crime rate.
He promised to set up preventive measures to help reduce crime by providing vocational training for post-secondary education.
Ngige also said that there will be a synergy in the security system between Vigilante Services and the Nigeria Police.
Ngige, who is also a member of the Senate Committee on Police Affairs, also made a case for the need to create state police.
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