Yaba Council boss urges Nigerians to collaborate on security




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LAGOS – The Yaba Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Lagos State Sunday advised Nigerians to serve as their own watchdogs against  insecurity and terrorist acts.

Mr Jide Jimoh, the council Chairman, gave the advice in a statement in Lagos.

Jimoh emphasised the need for citizens to complement the efforts of to stop evil acts in the society.

cannot handle the task alone, they need the assistance of the people to end this evil acts of insurgency,’’ he said.

“People should always be alert and work together to protect their neighbourhood from crimes.

“I call residents to work out activities that can enhance relationships between members because the Federal Government alone cannot guarantee safety,’’ Jimoh said.

The statement further quoted the chairman as saying that the abduction of the Chibok school girls was the more reason why people must serve as their own watchdogs.

Over 230 girls of Government Girls Chibok, Borno, were abducted April 14 by insurgents.

The abduction of the innocent school girls has attracted both national and international sympathy leading to pledges by developed countries to assist Nigeria to free  the girls from their abductors. (NAN)