Tuesday, April 16, 2024

‘Stop travelling, stay home and tackle insecurity’ – Group cautions Zamfara governor

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The Southern Nigeria Youth Motion has requested the Governor of Zamfara State Dauda Lawal to cease junketing throughout the globe and give attention to offering safety within the state.

The group stated it wonders how the governor claims to be travelling overseas to draw buyers to a state that isn’t secure for indigenes to not point out foreigners.

It identified that what the folks of Zamfara State count on from the governor is to pay attention in offering fruits of democracy and to fulfil his marketing campaign guarantees.

In an announcement signed by Comrade Ikechukwu Nnamdi Okeke, its President, the group accused Lawal of abandoning the key duty of any accountable authorities which is to offer safety to the folks.

Components of the assertion learn, “Zamfara boils on each day foundation and within the information for killings, kidnapping for ransom, displacement of individuals from their ancestral properties by bandits who now function unchallenged.

“Presently, Governor Lawal is in another country whereas all of the 14 Native Authorities Areas of the state are below heavy assaults by these legal armed bandits forcing the State Authorities on the advice of the State Safety Council on third April 2024, to order restriction of motion alongside the state’s borders with Katsina and Sokoto from 7pm to 6am following resurgence of terrorists assaults on harmless folks together with Moslem worshippers who’re being killed and kidnapped throughout morning and night prayers on this superb non secular month of Ramadan in Gusau, the state capital.

“These terrorists assaults happen each day but the governor’s reward singers blame Matawalle for failure to offer safety of lives and property after dwelling workplace over 10 months in the past.

“We urge public workplace holders to reside as much as expectations and justify the arrogance residents reposed in them to construct a robust, virile, united, progressive, affluent and equitable democratic society.”

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