The Abdulsalami Abubakar Institute for Peace and Sustainable Development has called for dialogue and peaceful co-existence towards addressing the country’s security challenges.
Former Head of State, Abdulsalami Abubakar and chairman of the Institute, made this known in Minna, Niger state while inaugurating a two-day Roundtable.
Abubakar said that the situation in the country required people to live up to the people’s expectations.
He said that the outcome of the meeting would be made available to the federal and state governments, as well as other institutions for consideration and action.
The former Head of State explained that the Roundtable was not a mini-National Conference or a forum to review the country’s Constitution.
The chairman of the occasion, Ibrahim Gambari said that disintegration would not solve the country’s problems. He noted that the problems faced would only be resolved through dialogue.