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FG urged to accord priority to security

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Sokoto – Alhaji Arzika Tureta, the  Director General Wamakko/Shagari campaign organisation, on Tuesday urged the Federal Government to lay emphasis on security to guarantee the safety of lives and property of the citizenry.

” Effective security network at this material time is crucial in enhancing peaceful co-existance among Nigerians.

” We must be seen to be living peacefully with one another irrespective of tribe, religion and political differences for the common good of our country,” Tureta said in Sokoto.

He urged  the Federal Government to  strive to put in place security measures for the sustenance of the nation hard earned democracy.

“Any person or group of people found tampering with the peaceful coexistence of Nigerians  should not be tolerated,” he said.

He added  that the Federal Government must  accord priority attention to the provision of modern working tools for all the nation’s security outfits to enable them meet the challenges ahead.

Tureta also called for welfare package for the security officers to boost their moral in discharging their primary responsibilities effectively.

He warmed  politicians against engaging in any act capable of bringing confusion during and after the polls.

” We must be seen promoting peace for the  progress and political stability of our country,” he said.

Tureta, who is also the state Commissioner of Education, called on parents not to allow their children to be used as political thugs during and after the elections as such politicians would dump them after achieving their set objectives.(NAN)

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