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Train Police In Handling Protest Without Guns – Germany tells Nigerian Government


The German Government on Tuesday asked the Federal Government to release at least 30,000 Nigeria Police personnel for special training in Germany on how to manage protests among Nigerians without using weapons.

A high-level delegation from Germany, which visited the chairman of the Police Service Commission, Musiliu Smith, said it was willing to train the new crop of recruits into the Nigeria Police Force on best practices on street protest management.

The team, led by a retired Inspector-General of the German Federal Police, Matthias Seeger, had earlier visited the Force Headquarters where they interacted with the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba.

Seeger said: “I think the best is, for a start, if you want to build a house, you start with the basement. You focus on very few things, maybe two or three.

“All the demonstrations we had in Europe, there are very few unique situations where police use their weapons; 99.9%, no weapons.

“So, we offer to train for best practices. You have a great chance when you train 30,000 young women and men to become policemen, you take the best. Continue Reading


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