Saturday, November 18, 2023


The EFCC reported the arrest of five Nigerian Air Force officers for alleged cybercrime in Kaduna State. Subsequently, six NAF officers attempted to forcibly release their detained colleagues, resulting in a tense standoff with EFCC personnel. This incident highlights the ongoing inter-agency rivalry and lack of coordination contributing to Nigeria's persistent security challenges, such as terrorism, banditry, and kidnappings.

In another instance, a confrontation between the Department of State Services (DSS) and EFCC saw DSS personnel forcibly accessing the Commission's headquarters and seizing files on cases against high-ranking politicians. This power struggle is suggested as a factor in the removal and arrest of Abdulrasheed Bawa, who was investigating individuals now in the National Assembly.

The lack of discipline within the Nigerian military, paramilitary forces, and police is criticized, with some personnel behaving unprofessionally. The overall portrayal is one of a troubled nation, describing Nigeria as a wreckage, an asylum, and a prison, with a bleak outlook fueled by the behavior of both service men and politicians.

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