Comr. Ziya’u Sarki the Deputy Coordinator National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS ZONE A) earlier on today calls on the federal government of Nigeria, stakeholders, Northern elites and the traditional rulers in order to set practical measures on tackling the insecurity menace especially on Kaduna State to Abuja Roads.
This is contained in a statement Signed by,Comrade. Ziya’u Sarki
Deputy Coordinator NANS ZONE A on Thursday.
“the insecurity of lives, properties, dilapidated economy, corruption and terrorism, turn millions citizens of Nigeria into hardship, the statement said.
The statement added that, the insecurity in the nation is growing exponentially as each day passes by. The nation’s state of unrest will completely turn everywhere to miasma of bloodletting, if vital steps are not taken. The havoc being wreaked by rebellious individuals is deadly, across everywhere in the country.
“The security situation in Nigeria has become enormous and embarrassing to government. To tackle insecurity, it is imperative to investigate and identify its sources and causes.
“Therefore, I’m using this channel to voice out my opinion and call upon the policy makers to involve all stakeholders, government, communities, business organizations, civil societies, religious organizations, Military and paramilitary in the fight against insecurity more specifically Kaduna to Abuja highway due to numbers kidnapped and deads recorded.
“Traditional rulers have a significant roles to play in ensuring that the peaceful co-existence and that the spirit of co-operation, communal living is taken care of and as well work hand in hand with security agencies in that aspect.
The statement further added “we don’t want you to relent but to continue to assist Government in this direction because governance is a collective effort especially in this democratic dispensation.
“I hope the authority concerned will join hands together to come up with a strategy that will bring a lasting peace and solution in our dear country Nigeria”, said NANS ZONE A DC.