By Festus Ahon, ASABA
National President of the Committee for the Defense of Human Rights, CDHR, Prince Kehinde Taiga, has lamented that the high rate of insecurity in Nigeria was crumbling the country’s economy.
Taiga who spoke during the Annual General Conference, AGC of the CDHR held in Asaba, Delta State after he was elected President, decried that Nigeria being the most populous and largest economy in Africa, was facing serious challenges that were threatening the corporate existence of the country.
He said the security situation has weakened the economy of the country, lamenting that insurgency and banditry have negatively affected food supply across the country.
He advocated for local security, expressing hope that community policing would be a better way to address the issue, complementing the country’s security agencies.
He commended the National Assembly for upholding the electronic transmission of election results by the Independent National…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper