The president, Major General Muhammdu Buhari (Retd.), and the state governors of the Igbo extraction have been urged to sit up and address the insecurity and strike action of the Academic Staff Union of Universities that is rocking the country. to grab.
The President General, Igbo World Union, Dr. Mishak Nnanta, delivered the advice on Sunday at his mansion in Olokoro Umuahia South while interacting with journalists, stating that Nigeria was a God-blessed country.
“In what is happening in Nigeria, it seems that the state of Abia is the worst. In the Igbo parts, it seems that the state governments do not want to unite to speak and act in unison and get the future plans that will benefit the people in terms of security.”
“Today the Yorubas and Amotekun shrug their shoulders and capture those who go into their forests. But where in the Igbo parts do you see Ebubeagu (a southeastern safety equipment)? Looks like we don’t see the lion we mentioned. It is good that we acquire together what will have to protect us. It seems as if we are empty-handed in the bush.”
On whether the government of Buhari at the federal level and Ikpeazu at the state level are doing enough on security, Nnanta said: “Buhari is trying as president but his effort is not enough as he has the power to use the military to fight insecurity . If a security service is not doing well, it has to make some changes to enable it to fight the insecurity. When people are kidnapped, kidnappers use the phone to make ransom contacts. We are told that the security services can track people’s businesses, internet fraudsters and others. Why can’t they track the kidnappers?
“If the ransom is to be dropped, the police at the intersection will reportedly collect their own money. Where the ransom is taken is not the spirit world, but where people live. Why can’t we use the jets and kill these people? It somehow looks like. The president must sit up in terms of security now out of hand to save the Nigerian masses. We are all locked up.”
Similarly, in the state of Abia, Nnanta noted, “Governor Ikpeazu must sit up to allow the state to investigate security issues before it is too late, especially with the formation of the Ministry of Homeland Security and the existence of other security equipments.” in the state. Otherwise, with the insecurity prevailing like in Umunneochi/Isuikwuator areas, there may be no elections in Abia state.”
Speaking about the ASUU strike, Nnanta said: “You can’t tell me this kind of thing exists and the federal government won’t look into it, but continued to buy vehicles for other countries. That money should have been used to fund it.” solve the problem on the spot.
“The strike affects our children and breeds cultism. These kids have been pushed against the wall because they now use their phones to watch bad and cult sites. The government must remember that if they had schooled in this kind of situation, they would have achieved nothing. There is no way someone should use eight years to do a four year course, it makes no sense.
“Parents are weak too. Any parent who has plans to train the child for four or five years, but the child ends up spending more before you know it, the child will spiral out of control and become something else. The federal government needs to sit up and straighten things out and see how the ASUU issue can be ended and the kids returned to school immediately. That can be arranged within a week,” concludes Nnanta.