The first process to establish a state police has begun.

Governors  of the 36 States of the federation  are currently in a  meeting  at the Presidential Villa in  Abuja.

From the gathering,  a team will be nominated to interface with the National Assembly, on the proposed establishment of state police.

With the recent security challenges, the  presidency and the state Governors have agreed, that each state should be allowed to have their own police.

This comes after, Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo at a two-day summit on national security, organized by the Senate declared that state police was “the way to go"

Other issues on the agenda is the Recovery of stamp duties  and Improving Internally Generated Revenue (IGR).

 The meeting started  at 9pm on February  14, is presided over by the  Chairman Nigeria's Governors Forum,NGF,  and Zamfara State Governor, Abdulazeez Yari.

Are Nigerians ready for state police?