Former Governor of Oyo State and and National Leader of Accord Party, Senator Rashidi Ladoja has called on President Mohammadu Buhari to take special interest in the plight of the Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs as a result of Boko Haram sinister activities.
He said if they are properly catered for, they become more vulnerable to exploitation while the youths among them may be recruited by the terrorists.
Ladoja in a congratulatory message to mark the end of Ramadan Fasting to Muslims and Nigerians in general urged the Federal Government to ensure that victims in camps are properly catered for so as not to become willing pawn to terrorists.
While asking Nigerians to continue to exercise restraints as the Ramadan fasting has made people to behave well, Ladoja said the lessons of Ramadan to Nigerians is that when people are committed to change, change is possible.
“If it is possible for people to restrain themselves from sinful ways during the Ramadan month, it shows commitment and that has implication on our attitude to change. If people are committed to change they will change their bad ways. I urge Nigerians to shun bad behaviours, sins and other vices that may hamper growth and development.”
The 2015 gubernatorial candidate of Accord Party also called for close supervision of resources getting to all tiers of government to ensure that the masses do not become the victim of mis-governance.
He called on political office holders to ensure that they shun ostentatious living and deliver on their electoral promises with a view to entering trust in governance.
Ladoja who is at the Governorship Petition tribunal challenging the victory of Senator Abiola Ajimobi then tasked the people of Oyo State to pray for peace, expressing optimism of light at the end of the tunnel.
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Source:: New Mail