Bode George Urges President Tinubu to Address Nigeria’s Insecurity Crisis

Former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Deputy National Chairman, Bode George, has called upon President Bola Tinubu to take decisive action in addressing the ongoing security challenges plaguing Nigeria. Speaking from his office in Lagos, George expressed concern for Tinubu, recognizing the multitude of crises currently facing the nation.

George urged President Tinubu to summon a council of elders and retired military officers to devise effective solutions to combat the escalating security issues that have gripped the nation. He emphasized that the escalating insecurity crisis underscores the urgent need for the establishment of state police, a matter that President Tinubu should not ignore.

“We are failing on security, and I want to call on the President to invite all elders to come for a discussion. The issue of insecurity has become a national calamity,” George remarked. “The President has to wake up. I pity him because he has this deluge of crises. Unfortunately, he cannot complain because it is the same party that is in power. The whole nation is in a state of quagmire. This is not an issue of APC or PDP; everybody is affected.”

George’s call for urgent action mirrors the growing concern over the security situation in Nigeria, which has impacted the lives of citizens across party lines. The plea for a collaborative approach involving experienced elders and military experts underscores the gravity of the situation and the need for a collective effort to address it.

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