The Yoruba Koya Leadership and Training Foundation, a pan-Yoruba social-cultural group, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari and the South-West Governors to redouble efforts at ending insecurity in the region.
The group, in a June 12 “O’To-Ge Rally” meaning “Enough is Enough Rally” tagged: “Safety and Security in Yoruba Land”, held in Lagos to commemorate June 12 as the Nigeria’s Democracy Day, demanded security of lives and property.
According to the Group, there is need to end incessant kidnapping, killings and destruction of farmlands by suspected herdsmen in Yorubaland.
Speaking at the rally, the National Convener of the group, Otunba Deji Osibogun, noted the Federal Government as well as the South-West governors must rise up to security challenges facing the region.
He urged President Buhari to redouble efforts at clamping down on activities of killer herdsmen, saying that the next level mantra of the Federal Government should focus on safety and security as well as accountability.