The spate of insecurity in this country is worrisome – Miyetti Allah
Fulani socio-cultural organisation, Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore says the insecurity situation in Nigeria was worrisome and advised security agencies to wake up to their responsibilities.
The group made this known during a colloquium organised by the Citizens Communication and Advocacy Centre. According to the secretary of the group, Saleh Al-Hassan, corrupt politicians who armed thugs were behind the Plateau massacre.
The group noted that the body language of some politicians was promoting violence in Nigeria and advised security agencies to watch some politicians closely in order to end the spate of insecurity in the country.
Al-Hassan disclosed that Miyetti Allah was not responsible for the Plateau Massacre, stating that it was a crisis between farmers and herders all over the country, particularly in the North -Central geopolitical zone
“The spate of insecurity in this country is worrisome to anybody that loves this country and I think our security agencies should be up and doing,” he noted
“We must watch closely our politicians, their utterances and their body language because some of them are the ones promoting violence we are having in this country.
“We are not responsible for the killings in Plateau State. There are crisis between farmers and herders all over the country, particularly in the North -Central geopolitical zone . We must recognise that it is a crisis that borders on land resources and we are calling on the government to put mechanisms in place for sustainable management of the land resources.
“But first , our security agencies must be supported to identify the perpetrators and the promoters of
“We must closely monitor some of these evangelicals that preach hatred in churches and mosques and desperate politicians that are facing corruption charges. We must be able to get all of them and watch them closely so that they don’t set this country ablaze. They are the drivers of the conflict.
“Most of these politicians own armed thugs and militias across the state. The government should also find those behind the importation of large arms into the country. Who are the people importing these arms?” he added