Insecurity: NUPENG boss urges support for security agencies




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– Mr Igwe Achebe, President, Nigeria Union of and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), on Thursday called on workers to support security agencies addressing current country.

Achebe made call an with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday during the 2014 May Day celebration.

He said the contribution of the workers and every were required to win the war against .

According to him, the time to trade blames for the insecurity the country has gone, adding that the thinking now should be the way forward.

“We need to begin to dream of the way forward and to trade blames on who is responsible.”

The NUPENG boss lamented that the high level of insecurity in the country had necessitated the tight security at the Eagle Square on Thursday, venue of the May Day celebration.

“This is the kind of country dreamt of as a young man, considering the tight security around the venue of this event.

“This is an indication that all is well.

“But do not believe that Nigeria is a failed and the moment we begin to think in that direction, means that our is not working,” he said.

Achebe urged all stakeholders, including security agencies and the , to join hands in addressing the challenge to restore the country to its past glory. (NAN)