The Director General Security and Forensic Studies in Nigeria, Dr Okocha Morgan, says adopting modern technology to investigate crimes is essential to combating crimes and criminality in Nigeria.
Dr. Morgan, who made this statement during the General Assembly of the International Summit for Forensic Practitioner in Abuja, highlighted that technology advancements have made it possible to use fingerprints and other evidence to investigate and detect crimes.
He said the summit brought together security experts in public and private sectors to brainstorm on how to analyse and determine crimes with the use of modern technologies.
Patience Chiroma, the president of Nigeria’s Advanced Peace and Reconciliation Center, underlined the importance of citizens always spreading the message of love and unity in order to ensure their peaceful coexistence.
In their respective goodwill meassages, the heads of the security services urged people and organizations to help the government fight terrorism and other criminal elements plaguing the country.
Writing by Tanimu Salihu; Editing by Jennifer Ogor