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    MAN calls for more efforts to tackle insecurity





    Muslim Association of Nigeria (MAN), has called for more efforts to end several cases of insecurity at different levels in the country.
    The Association at the end of its National Officers’ meeting held in Lagos, recently,  listed armed banditry, kidnapping, ritual killings, incessant clashes between herdsmen and farmers, rape and other forms of threats to security as serious issues calling for more attention from government, especially at the federal and state levels.
    In a statement signed by its President, Alhaji Tajudeen O. Ojikutu and National Publicity Secretary, Alhaja Nurat Adebayo, the Association urged the federal government, in particular, to weigh the consequences of insecurity to lives and properties of the citizens, the effects on good governance and, therefore, take purposeful actions.
    MAN suggested deployment of more hands in the country’s security architecture, use of modern equipment of information gathering and scenario building, more funding and decentralization of policing and other security sector activities as possible ways forward.  The Association also urged governmental at different levels to create employment opportunities so as to meaningfully engage young school leavers and youth, in general.

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