The rights activist took to her social media page to ask the vital question.
Operatives of the Department of State Security Service have been questioned over their inability to use technology to track down kidnappers in the Northeast.
Women's rights activist Laila St. Matthew-Daniel asked the question on her Facebook page while reacting to the arrest of the alleged mastermind of Anambra lawmaker's gruesome murder.
Recall that operatives of the Department of State Service, DSS had used technology to arrest 70-year-old suspect, Chukwujekwu Onuorah, alleged to be the mastermind of the abduction and beheading of a member of the state's House of Assembly, Okechukwu Okoye.
Taking to Facebook on Thursday, June 2, Mrs Matthew-Daniel noted that security operatives captured the prime suspect using technology but can't track bandits and kidnappers terrorising the North East.
"Can you see how DSS used technology to capture the alleged mastermind of the lawmakers killers! But they can"t track kidnappers in the North East." she wrote.