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There may be collateral damage – Makinde on Nigeria insecurity, 2023

The Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, has appealed for an finish to killings in Nigeria.

He additionally cautioned Nigerian leaders to watch out of their feedback and actions forward of the 2023 presidency.

At a gathering of Yoruba leaders in Ibadan on Wednesday, Makinde stated the nation should be peaceable for easy basic elections.

He acknowledged that 2023 shouldn’t be the primary discourse within the polity now however the best way to ship dividends of democracy to Nigerians.

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“Some are saying that the Presidency needs to be zoned to the South-West in 2023 and making some unfounded feedback.”

Makinde condemned violence and insecurity throughout the nation, insisting “it’s useless to spill the blood of harmless individuals”.

“Like our fathers will say ‘knowledge surpasses energy’. If we fail to use knowledge, I pray none of us will probably be collateral injury.”

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The Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Adams, suggested the Yoruba individuals to work collectively and communicate with one voice.

He appealed to South-West governors to put extra emphasis on infrastructure, safety and creation of job alternatives for teens.

There could also be collateral injury – Makinde on Nigeria insecurity, 2023

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