“If the police are courageous enough to search houses and monitor activities of politicians, you will see what they will recover from them,” he said.
Tsav added that increased level of corruption and porous borders had also contributed in the ongoing security challenge as most arms were smuggled into the country through the borders.
He therefore advised the Federal Government to embark on massive employment of security personnel as this would mop up most of the unemployed youths from the streets and reduce criminality in the country.
According to him, security agencies, especially the police, lack manpower to handle the incessant security breaches in the country as most of the ones in the service were currently attached to politicians.
“In the police service, for instance, we have few policemen and most of them are attached to politicians. In fact, the government should reduce salary of the legislature to fund the new intake.
“It is dangerous to attach a police officer to stay with a politician for more than two years because the moment they stay long with them they become very loyal to them instead of the Nigeria police force,” said the ex-police commissioner.