“There is no regulatory body that ensures compliance in Nigeria, that is why we had to submit to an international standard,” he said. Ajayi said a lot of the regulation the country has is targeted mainly at security guard companies, adding that: “That law is incomplete, it has to include so many others like anti-counterfeiting, consulting, forensics, body protection amongst others.” He said the security industry is huge and the government needs to put regulations in place, the absence of which may result in disorder.]]>

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