Insecurity: Nigerians Being Forced To Seek Self-help, Gani Adams Warns

Insecurity: Nigerians Being Forced To Seek Self-help, Gani Adams Warns

Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yoruba land, Gani Adams, has called on President Muhamadu Buhari to resolve the worsening state of insecurity in Nigeria.

He warned that the current state of insecurity, especially the seeming helplessness of the Nigerian security network, is forcing Nigerians to seek self-help.

He said “Nigeria is already sleepwalking into a collapse.”

The Yoruba Generalissimo said these in a statement he signed personally.

Adams said: “On the economic front, it is another sad story. A dollar is now more than N700. This is an administration that met dollar at less than N200 in 2015.

“Economically, if this is not scary enough, we wonder what is.

“We now have a situation in which family members are being forced to raise N100 million to pay as ransom. The money is delivered to these terrorists to buy more weapons and the government is merely watching.

“After every abduction, the president will summon service chiefs to a meeting, a statement will be issued and that is the end of it.

“What we will hear next is another abduction or series of kidnapping.

“The insecurity situation has reached its peak with the threat by these terrorists to kidnap the president, governors and lawmakers.

“Presidential advance team was attacked in Katsina and even soldiers guarding the president were attacked in Abuja. Some of them were killed. It looks as if this administration has decided to force Nigerians to seek self-help.”

Source: News Express