On the 24th of June, 2019, the president signed into law the Nigerian Police Trust Fund Act. The Act establishes a Fund; proceeds from which will be used to train police personnel and procure security machinery and equipment. The Act imposes a levy of 0.005% of the “net profit” of companies ‘operating business’ in Nigeria. Nigerians and the world have overtime reacted differently to this development. While some argued that 0.005% levy of net profits may not be very significant, many believed that it places additional administration on corporate taxpayers. Prior to this time, business are charged 30% corporate income tax, 2% tertiary education tax and, depending on the industry, 1% information technology development levy and 1% content development fund levy. Introducing this earmarked taxes, experts believe that could further create concerns around the stability of the tax regime in Nigeria. Although improving security is a priority issue, A-FEEDi recommends that it could be funded from already existing revenue streams while improving ease of doing business in Nigeria.