Amidst heightening insecurity in many parts of Nigeria, the Accord Party has expressed fears that the development may end the existence of Nigeria if nothing is done to curb the menace.
In a statement by the National Legal Adviser of the party, Barr. Maxwell Mgbudem, which was sent to DAILY POST in Abuja on Sunday, the Accord Party urged governments at all levels to rise up to the urgent call of the moment and decisively tackle insecurity, saying that Nigerians cannot continue to be cheaply killed by terrorists on a daily basis.
According to the statement: “We charge the citizens not to lose hope in the ability of the country to overcome its present security and economic challenges.
“In this month of Ramadan and Lent, we should pray more in seeking God’s intervention.”
While expressing confidence in the capacity of the military to arrest insecurity bedeviling the country, it said, “we promise that the party will bring sweeping changes in the security arrangement of the country when it emerges victorious in the 2023 presidential election.”