Fayemi charges Nigerians not to politicize insecurity
Ekiti state governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi has said a collaborative Approach by all sectors of the Nigerian population is urgently needed To successfully tackle and overcome security challenges in the Country.
Fayemi who was represented by the deputy governor Bisi Egbeyemi disclosed this at the opening ceremony of a three-day federal and states’ security administrators’ meeting (FSSAM) held at the conference hall of the governor’s office, Ado-Ekiti, the state capital.
He warned that the current security challenges in the country should not be politicized but must be frontally tackled in synergy with all stakeholders.
He noted that the timing of the meeting cannot be overemphasized as it came at a time the country is facing various security challenges.
Fayemi stressed that security of lives and property is crucial to socio-economic development which explains why his administration has taken proactive measures to curtail emerging security challenges.
The chairman of federal and states ministry security administrators' meeting, Aminat Shamaki who is also the permanent secretary, special duties, office of the secretary to the government of the federation commended the Ekiti state government for hosting the parley.
Speaking further, she urged Nigerians not to be oblivious of the predictions of the Nigerian Meteorology Agency (NIMET) on the pattern of rainfall because of its implication on security.
The meeting which ends on Saturday is being attended by officers from the police, department of state services, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Nigeria Immigration Service, Nigeria Prisons Service, Federal Road Safety Corps, National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, among others.