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Group urges Buhari to take bold step to tackle insecurity


The Global President, Igbimo Apapo Yoruba L’agbaiye, Aare Barrister Oladotun Hassan has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to take bold steps to tackle the challenges confronting the nation, which include economic instability, insecurity, and other burning issues.

Speaking at a press briefing to announce the Omoluabi Day slated for Ile-Ife on May 1, 2021, he seized the occasion to apologise for the misconception going on in the social media over the proposed conferment of the award of Are Atunluse (Nation builder) on Alhaji Garuba Adamu, adding that the Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi has no input in the awards to be presented, as it was the decision of Yoruba Coalition Worldwide.


He argued that if the report from the Sovereign National Conference held under President Goodluck Jonathan was implemented, it would have gone a long way in addressing some of the problems the nation is facing today, including the burning issue of restructuring.

The group reminded Buhari that the use of force would yield no result in the impasse the nation is passing through. Rather, he should work with the governors to discuss, dialogue, and restructure, adding that the Federal Government has not yet resolved the problem of kidnapping, land grabbing by herdsmen, including very disgusting acts of the criminality of raping vulnerable women.

Secretary, Yoruba Council of Women Worldwide, Hilda Oduwole Busari said Nigeria should sue for peace, come under one umbrella, and avoid war because women and children are always the worst victims of war.


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