The Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, Chief Gani Adams has raised the alarm over what he described as a looming famine in the South-west region.
Speaking on the security situation in the South-west region, the activist said the fear of insecurity In Yorubaland might lead to famine.
“Fear of Insecurity In Yorubaland May Lead To Famine.” Gani Adams Raises Alarm via his Twitter handle.
Earlier, Adams, a former leader of a faction of the Oodua Peoples Congress, OPC had described the Nigeria Police Force as helpless in the face of the country’s security situation.
Gani Adams Raises Alarm
According to him, the government is in the best position to investigate the circumstances surrounding the ugly incident in south-west Nigeria so that it will not overheat the polity.
He also threw his weight behind the famous Yoruba activist, Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho over his recent eviction order for herders in Oyo state.
Adams noted that Nigeria has more internal issues than external battles.
Everyevery.ng had earlier reported that Governor Seyi Makinde had deployed 200 additional operatives of the Amotekun Corps to Ibarapa and Oke-Ogun zones.
Makinde said his administration resolved to redeploy the Amotekun corps following the meeting held with representatives of Igangan, Ibarapaland.
Makinde disclosed that Amotekun corps operatives would launch missions to rid the forests of criminals, adding that they will be presenting daily reports of their activities to him (read more here).