President Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday, said he would make the Nigerian Police and Judiciary more efficient in his second term.
Naija News reports that Buhari made the statement during a special interview with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.
According to the president, such effort is needed to properly reform the sectors so as to ensure an effective administration.
The President said that his plan to reform the Police and Judiciary is in a deliberate attempt to curb the matters of insecurity in the country.
“Police and judiciary are to be in front-line of law and order. They should be able to know the offender in their communities.
“What the government needs to do is to provide the basic need. People should try to expose criminals in their communities,” the President said.
Buhari in his interview commended Nigerians for finding him worthy to rule for the second term in office.
The President said that his administration had in the past four years, ensured food security by making fertilizer available and affordable for the farmers. He promised that he would continue to do his best towards national security, noting that his coming to power in 2015 was a relief to the North-East of the country because “there is reduction of activities of Boko Haram in the region,” he opined.