House of Representatives yesterday called on the Inspector-General of Police, Solomon Arase, to partner with the National Assembly for effective policing.
The call was fallout of a motion moved by Hon. Bede Eke on the floor of the House.
Eke described the security of lives and property as the primary responsibility of government, adding that the police had a major role to play in keeping the country safe.
In his submissions, the lawmaker expressed the need for proactive collaboration among the three arms of government, stressing that there must be synergy among the legislature, executive and the judiciary.
He noted that it was important for the force to be proactive and work closely with the three arms of government, so as to ensure that Nigerians reaped the dividends of democracy.

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