Group laments current state of insecurity in Nigeria, recommends implementation of 2014 National Conference Constitution
Written by Olarotimi Oshin on September 9, 2022
Following the worrisome state of insecurity in the country, the Apapo Yoruba, Kwara Yoruba Forum has lamented the state of insecurity in Nigeria, recommending implementation of 2014 National Conference constituted on the restructuring of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The Statement was made by High Chief Jaiyeola Omotosho while speaking with Journalists during a program tagged Kwara Yoruba The Issues Of Security, Restructuring, And Self Determination For Yoruba Nation.
Chief Jaiyeola claimed that the plethora of challenges of insecurity in the country via the activities of Boko Haram, Bandits, Terrorists, and Fulani Herdsmen have threaten the Federal Government out of its wits.
According to him, the rapidity and frequency of these odious crimes have turned the country into an unsafe haven, noting that the high sense of insecurity across the federation and what he described as the unwillingness of the government to restructure the country provide a fertile ground for the agitation for self-determination in the form of Yoruba Nation, Biafra Republic, Middle Belt Republic, South South Republic.
Royal times reports that Chief Jaiyeola, however, urged the Kwara State Government to implement without delay the two subsisting Court judgement won by the people of Moro which exclude them from Ilorin Emirate.
He advised the State Government to put machinery in motion for the immediate creation of Local Council Development Areas with particular reference to Ifelodun, Asa, and Moro Local Government Areas which constitute some of the largest Local Councils in the nation.
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