Security Focus is a very high-quality, well-written security publication of the Nigerian institute of industrial security (NIIS) with Wilson Esangbedo. cpp fnis as executive secretary and Isa Ozi Salami(fniis) as president . The security profiles are essentially condensed case-studies written by people with high security IQs and hands-on experience . The good thing about security focus magazine is that they don’t pander to the latest hot news item. For instance, you WILL NOT read about a turn around at Metele attack when you had no idea that Metele community was turning around. Another good thing is the tone of the writing – it has seriousness to it that you don’t see often in Other security magazines… seem like they try to make security issues “fun,” and “serious”
The highly-opinionated editorials section is one of the most popular sections. most people featured symbolize honesty and candidness , the magazine cut across all works of everyday life, I think that Amos Yoila Wetten ( Executive Director Pub.) tends to come off like a know-it-all. He constantly proposes one-size-fits-all solutions by the selection of experts and the thematic occupation within the lines of interview… and even the Article. the editor-in-chief Mr, zopmal brings an extra ordinary expertise in the editing and selection.
Most of the people in every day analysis do waste time and simply armchair securities analyst who get hyped by the media to give a voice to the “macro-security talking heads”. however, the magazine takes a different view; The commissioner of police CP Mani (psc, Mni) disagree with the popular myth that kidnapping has some connection with politics see page 10.
To some people, Nigeria has the reputation of being a stuffy, conservative and will soon break to parts for old money types. I hesitate to write this because I don’t want to get tied up in liberal-vs.-conservative rhetoric or Biafra vs Nigeria just like the thinking Suleiman Garba Bambahu (MD,KSMDMC) thinks and shares a view that a united Nigeria is attainable he said “ there hope for Nigeria see page 60 – I agree with this belief and I think that it shapes the content in a couple of meaningful ways.
Most interviews featured from Mohammed Misbahu Idiris the sokoto commander of NDLEA, Abdulahi Dutsin ‘ma commandant NSCDC Sokoto, comptroller Abdu Aliyu NIS Sokoto, Dr. Aliyu Oroji a retired custom officer, ACM Ayobami A. Omiyale zonal commander road safety corps, DSP Codelia Nwawe sokoto sate police PRO, tend to view security from a well informed hands-on prism . Their concentration will be viewed as positive or negative by different people however , their experience cannot be quantified…
Consider the following article (S) in the Maiden edition 2018 issue written by peter Alhassan on office security tips, insurgency and national security by Ishaku Y Dogo, Database Management system: effective tool for detection and prevention of crime by U.S Ugbanaawaji, peace, stability , democracy by Mccharm Sambo and repositioning NDLEA for effective security articulated view of David Anyanwu SSA to Abia State Governor on Narcotics and John Zopmal’s the need for institutionalization of security edu. In Nigeria for a more secured and prosperous society with a host of other key views
To this end, subsequent chapters of this fast rising views on the security shall beacon the future and set standard for the future of security… the magazine is a refreshing literature in the library
As we anticipate the views of the police DIG operations Habila Joshak , Brig Gen Adekole Jones Ankpa Rtd National Chairman , Nigerian Legion , Brig. Gen Bala Ali (Rtd) , Pharm Almustapha Othman Ali and Grp. Capt. Usan among many personalities would feature in the next print , our hopes are high and the expectation is without description.
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