Group Laments Security Challenges In Nigeria

File photo: 102 different types of Guns and ammunition recovered from suspected bandits in Sokoto state to the state police command.

By; AMOS TAUNA, Kaduna

The leadership of Unified Nigerian Youth Forum, (UNYF) has condemned in totality the spate of countless kidnappings/abductions of students in the North and the country at large.

The forum noted that with the new development, education is under attack in Northern Nigeria.
The President, Unified Nigerian Youth Forum, Comrade Abdulsalam Mohammed Kazeem, in a statement explained that, “Available records from both local and international organization has shown that the regions mentioned above have the highest number of out of school children, and government at all levels in those regions on their parts has equally introduces many policies to encourage mass enrollment of people’s in to both private and public schools.” 
According to the forum, it would take the region another five decade to fill in the vacuum.

The forum lamented, “It’s unbelievable to find out that despite our harmsome security budget, the current trend of insecurity is threatening our educational system and curriculum.”
According to the forum, the President should close his eye to act brutally on all those who the current administration claimed to be on her watch list over there links to security related matters.

The forum appealed to the federal government to saction heads of security agencies in any state/region with a record of  mass abductions or kidnapping, that would further prove to the country co-cospirators that it’s no longer business as usual.

It observed that government at all levels should form synergy among all the security agencies, local vigilantes inclusive in order to help find a lasting solutions to the country’s multiple security challenges, which has brought shame and disgrace amongst community of nations.

The forum noted, “The body language and direct output of our leaders should change with immediate effect or else with such high rate of daily reports on insecurity, one day one will not be able to visit his/her wards school in a hurry and or even  in a dream.”

“Government at all levels must provide adequate securities to our schools and staff quarters like they are doing to  themselves, immidiate families members, places of business interest and political associate,” the forum suggested.


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