Jonathan’s aide challenges Nigerians to tackle insecurity
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Youth and Student matters, Comrade Jude Imagwe, has called on Nigerians to rise up to the occasion and define their stand on the insecurity challenges facing the country.
He condemned the bomb attack in Nyanya on Monday which killed over 70 persons.
He also called on Nigerians to stop apportioning blames on the government and stand up to find solution and put an end to the problem.
“Today is time to define the insecurity that is befalling Nigeria. We must define our stand as Nigerians either to say we want to bring an end to it or watch them to put us in fear and destruction,” Imagwe said.
The presidential aide was speaking in Abuja when A group of youth under the auspices of Initiative for greater Nigeria visited him.
“We cannot start a holy week with such barbaric and gangster people meting bitterness on Nigerians and wickedness on the future of this country and above all exposing Nigerians to threat and fear,” he said.
He said any nation with no incidences of insecurity was a product of “shared responsibility.”
“Every time we fail to do what we are supposed to do we are telling them that they are succeeding,” he said.