August 1, 2022
The delta state council of traditional rulers, has decried the heightened insecurity in Nigeria, particularly in the federal capital territory, and demanded for urgent intensified military action to end the deteriorating state of insecurity in the country.
This was the crux of the communiqué issued at the end of the monthly meeting of the traditional rulers from across the three senatorial districts in the state held in Asaba.
The four-point communiqué also challenged all stakeholders in the security sector to brace up to their roles, and ensure the security of lives and property of Nigerians as they prepare for the 2023 general elections.
The traditional rulers reiterated the need for the overhaul of the security architecture, to give a more biting effect against insurgency in the country and restore normalcy in the land.
The first vice chairman of the council and Pere of Akugbene Mien, Luke Kalanama Viii, who presided over the meeting, says the monarchs are concerned by the deteriorating insecurity occasioned by unending deadly attacks and treats of attack by the insurgents.