Osinbajo made the appeal during the flag-off of the All Progressives Congress (APC) revalidation and registration exercise and also revalidation of his membership of the APC, held at Ward 1, Unit 3, Egunrege, Ikenne in Ikenne Local Government Area of Ogun.
The vice president stated that the government would continue to attend to the cries of communities for justice, equity and fairness, saying that Nigeria was stronger together than apart.
He said that security challenges currently being experienced in the country were not insurmountable.
“We are in government at one of the most challenging times in history. The pandemic has made matters worse and we have also had security challenges that have stretched our law enforcement capacities all over the country.
“What we must ensure is the prosecution of all those who have been arrested for kidnapping, banditry and all other forms of criminality.
“There must be evidence that justice is being done. This is achievable by stronger collaboration between the police, states Ministries of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice.
“With the new Service Chiefs, we have a fresh set of eyes, intellect, skills and a fresh look at strategies against insurgency in the North East as well as banditry and kidnapping elsewhere.
” In this new approach much greater emphasis is being placed on technology for surveillance, intelligence gathering and attack,” he said.
Osinbajo also said that that there must be state police structure, saying that it was important to speed up and strengthen the community policing structures.
According to him, the states must continually train, educate and formalise their local security structures so that they complement the Federal law enforcement agencies.
On the revalidation of his APC membership, he said he was pleased to participate in the exercise.