Nigerian Police Commissioner Named Chair of INTERPOL African Cybercrime Units

Nigerian Police Commissioner Named Chair of INTERPOL African Cybercrime Units

The International Police Organisation (INTERPOL) has appointed Nigerian Police Commissioner Ifeanyi Uche as the Chairman of the African Heads of Cybercrime Units, comprising leaders from 54 nations. Uche, currently serving as the Commissioner of Police overseeing the NPF National Cyber Crime Centre, succeeds Ratjindua Tjivikua of Namibia in this role.

Speaking at the Africa Working Group Meeting on Cybercrime, Uche highlighted the urgent need to strengthen cybersecurity efforts across Africa in response to the escalating threat of cybercrime. He stressed the importance of enhanced cooperation among law enforcement agencies, as well as investment in technology and capacity building.

Read Also: Nigeria’s Cybercrime Act Should Be Revised, According to ISSAN

Uche emphasized the high penetration rate of new technologies in Africa, making the sub-regional cyberspace potential targets for cybercriminals, especially in countries with low levels of commitment to cybersecurity. He called for active participation in INTERPOL’s operational subgroups to enhance collective efficiency in combating cybercrime.

Furthermore, Uche underscored the significance of legislative support to enact robust cybersecurity laws and regulations to address the growing challenge of cybercrime effectively. He expressed his commitment to leading the African Heads of Cybercrime Units in fostering collaboration to prevent and investigate cybercrimes in Africa.

The Nigerian Minister of State for Police Affairs, Hajia Imaan Ibrahim, reaffirmed Nigeria’s commitment to strengthening cybersecurity and international cooperation. She emphasized the government’s dedication to reforming the police force and enhancing cybersecurity capabilities to safeguard national and regional interests. Ibrahim emphasized the importance of a secure cyberspace for Nigeria’s development objectives and pledged to invest in necessary resources and foster collaboration domestically and internationally to bolster cybersecurity architecture.

Read Also: Senator Shuaib Afolabi Salisu FNCS Takes Helm of ICT and Cybercrime Committee as Akpabio Announces Senate Committee Chairs

Below is how we can help you promote your event, organization and products/services . This is the best you can get from this global platform of over decades experience.

First Leg: Full page Promotional package showcasing your Invitation Card, Banner/Flex, 3 different Photographs and brief of the coming event. Also your picture/Name will be the headline News in digivation blog(Pre-Event)

Second Leg: Full Page Promotional package of the event showcasing 5 different photographs plus short audio/visual clip of the event. Also org. picture/Name will be the headline news our blog(Post-Event).

Rate: N150,000 Only For Both Pre and Post Events. (Rate is only Applicable during the Promotional Period)

For further inquiries, contact the undersigned:

Hilary Damissah (Editor)

Mojisola Alabi ( business Development)


Chief Imo Ukwa(Advert Consultant) 08063779938

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Next Post

Cloud Network, Lagos State to Build Strategic Capacity for Media Operation

Mon May 6 , 2024
Cloud Network Foundation (CNF) and the Lagos State Government (LASG) are soon to hold a strategic capacity-building workshop for the operators in the media industry. The initiative, the first in a series of other noble plans is designed to engender massive engagements and collaboration with the stakeholders in the media […]

You May Like