Waziri Urges Security Agencies To Make Use Of Technology

Waziri Urges Security Agencies To Make Use Of Technology

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Added by February 4, 2018

Founder of Women Youths Children and Crime Organisation (WYCCO) Dr. Farida Waziri has tasked Nigeria’s security apparatus to complement their efforts at tackling insecurity by investing in and deploying relevant technologies.

Waziri, who is the former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), made this known in Benue state, where she led other officials of WYCCO to donate relief materials to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the state.

She commiserated with Governor Samuel Ortom, the people of the state and victims of the recent killings in parts of the state.

Waziri said: “What we are here doing today is to identify with the people of Benue, especially families of the victims and the displaced by bringing succor through essential relief materials to the various IDPs camps in the state as a complement to what governments at different levels and other concerned persons and groups have been doing.”

She noted that her NGO was committed to rendering humanitarian services to victims of violence and advocacy against violent attacks especially against the vulnerable in the society.

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