Insecurity: Group calls for more intelligence approach

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By Kennedy Dimaku, Abuja:

A Non-Government Organization, Youth Initiative for Empowerment and Transparency in Leadership (YIET Nigeria) has appeal to the security agencies to adopt measures that would minimize the loss of lives of both the innocent citizens and the security agents in their effort to combat the wave of insurgency plaguing the country.

National Chairman, Amb. Fanny Amun made the appeal in his acceptance speech at the inauguration of YIET Nigeria Executives in Abuja. While commending President Goodluck Jonathan for working hard to ensure that there is peace in the land in spite of security challenges occasioned by the activities of Boko Haram insurgency, he said that government should adopt diplomacy rather than calling names which has not helped the situation.

The former Nigeria’s Under 17 coach called on the youths to be wary of politicians who want to achieve their selfish ambitions through anarchy. “Nigerians should request the leaders to lead by example.  When the so called progressives call for anarchy, ask them to bring their children back from Diaspora to lead by example. If they are calling for anarchy, who will they use? The youths.  We are telling the youths that come 2015, let anybody that wants to go into election be allowed to contest. If he wins, fine and if he fails, so be it. And if anybody wants to use the youths, let him go and bring back his children to be at the forefront.” He pointed out.

Amun noted that YIET Nigeria is collaborating with credible government agencies such as the Nigerian Prison Service, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) for empowerment programmes that would change the lives f young Nigerians, adding that the organization’s two key roles in the area of youth empowerment and leadership role in governance will be achieved in a non violent form in the interest of the country.

By Kennedy Dimaku, Abuja:

A Non-Government Organization, Youth Initiative for Empowerment and Transparency in Leadership (YIET Nigeria) has appeal to the security agencies to adopt measures that would minimize the loss of lives of both the innocent citizens and the security agents in their effort to combat the wave of insurgency plaguing the country.

National Chairman, Amb. Fanny Amun made the appeal in his acceptance speech at the inauguration of YIET Nigeria Executives in Abuja. While commending President Goodluck Jonathan for working hard to ensure that there is peace in the land in spite of security challenges occasioned by the activities of Boko Haram insurgency, he said that government should adopt diplomacy rather than calling names which has not helped the situation.

The former Nigeria’s Under 17 coach called on the youths to be wary of politicians who want to achieve their selfish ambitions through anarchy. “Nigerians should request the leaders to lead by example.  When the so called progressives call for anarchy, ask them to bring their children back from Diaspora to lead by example. If they are calling for anarchy, who will they use? The youths.  We are telling the youths that come 2015, let anybody that wants to go into election be allowed to contest. If he wins, fine and if he fails, so be it. And if anybody wants to use the youths, let him go and bring back his children to be at the forefront.” He pointed out.

Amun noted that YIET Nigeria is collaborating with credible government agencies such as the Nigerian Prison Service, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) for empowerment programmes that would change the lives f young Nigerians, adding that the organization’s two key roles in the area of youth empowerment and leadership role in governance will be achieved in a non violent form in the interest of the country.By Kennedy Dimaku, Abuja:
A Non-Government Organization, Youth Initiative for Empowerment and Transparency in Leadership (YIET Nigeria) has appeal to the security agencies to adopt measures that would minimize the loss of lives of both the innocent citizens and the security agents in their effort to combat the wave of insurgency plaguing the country.
National Chairman, Amb. Fanny Amun made the appeal in his acceptance speech at the inauguration of YIET Nigeria Executives in Abuja. While commending President Goodluck Jonathan for working hard to ensure that there is peace in the land in spite of security challenges occasioned by the activities of Boko Haram insurgency, he said that government should adopt diplomacy rather than calling names which has not helped the situation.
The former Nigeria’s Under 17 coach called on the youths to be wary of politicians who want to achieve their selfish ambitions through anarchy. “Nigerians should request the leaders to lead by example. When the so called progressives call for anarchy, ask them to bring their children back from Diaspora to lead by example. If they are calling for anarchy, who will they use? The youths. We are telling the youths that come 2015, let anybody that wants to go into election be allowed to contest. If he wins, fine and if he fails, so be it. And if anybody wants to use the youths, let him go and bring back his children to be at the forefront.” He pointed out.
Amun noted that YIET Nigeria is collaborating with credible government agencies such as the Nigerian Prison Service, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) for empowerment programmes that would change the lives f young Nigerians, adding that the organization’s two key roles in the area of youth empowerment and leadership role in governance will be achieved in a non violent form in the interest of the country.By Kennedy Dimaku, Abuja:
A Non-Government Organization, Youth Initiative for Empowerment and Transparency in Leadership (YIET Nigeria) has appeal to the security agencies to adopt measures that would minimize the loss of lives of both the innocent citizens and the security agents in their effort to combat the wave of insurgency plaguing the country.
National Chairman, Amb. Fanny Amun made the appeal in his acceptance speech at the inauguration of YIET Nigeria Executives in Abuja. While commending President Goodluck Jonathan for working hard to ensure that there is peace in the land in spite of security challenges occasioned by the activities of Boko Haram insurgency, he said that government should adopt diplomacy rather than calling names which has not helped the situation.
The former Nigeria’s Under 17 coach called on the youths to be wary of politicians who want to achieve their selfish ambitions through anarchy. “Nigerians should request the leaders to lead by example. When the so called progressives call for anarchy, ask them to bring their children back from Diaspora to lead by example. If they are calling for anarchy, who will they use? The youths. We are telling the youths that come 2015, let anybody that wants to go into election be allowed to contest. If he wins, fine and if he fails, so be it. And if anybody wants to use the youths, let him go and bring back his children to be at the forefront.” He pointed out.
Amun noted that YIET Nigeria is collaborating with credible government agencies such as the Nigerian Prison Service, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) for empowerment programmes that would change the lives f young Nigerians, adding that the organization’s two key roles in the area of youth empowerment and leadership role in governance will be achieved in a non violent form in the interest of the country.

A Non-Government Organization, Youth Initiative for Empowerment and Transparency in Leadership (YIET Nigeria) has appeal to the security agencies to adopt measures that would minimize the loss of lives of both the innocent citizens and the security agents in their effort to combat the wave of insurgency plaguing the country.
National Chairman, Amb. Fanny Amun made the appeal in his acceptance speech at the inauguration of YIET Nigeria Executives in Abuja. While commending President Goodluck Jonathan for working hard to ensure that there is peace in the land in spite of security challenges occasioned by the activities of Boko Haram insurgency, he said that government should adopt diplomacy rather than calling names which has not helped the situation.
The former Nigeria’s Under 17 coach called on the youths to be wary of politicians who want to achieve their selfish ambitions through anarchy. “Nigerians should request the leaders to lead by example. When the so called progressives call for anarchy, ask them to bring their children back from Diaspora to lead by example. If they are calling for anarchy, who will they use? The youths. We are telling the youths that come 2015, let anybody that wants to go into election be allowed to contest. If he wins, fine and if he fails, so be it. And if anybody wants to use the youths, let him go and bring back his children to be at the forefront.” He pointed out.
Amun noted that YIET Nigeria is collaborating with credible government agencies such as the Nigerian Prison Service, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) for empowerment programmes that would change the lives f young Nigerians, adding that the organization’s two key roles in the area of youth empowerment and leadership role in governance will be achieved in a non violent form in the interest of the country.

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