Pastor Tunde Bakare has thrown his weight behind Operation Amotekun – Bakare said that the move by southwest governors is very commendable – The cleric also said that the call for regional policing reveals that Nigerians have lost confidence in the nation’s security system
Pastor Tunde Bakare of the Citadel Global Community Church has revealed his position on the new security initiative set up by the southwest region. In his address on national security on Sunday, January 26,
Pastor Bakare said that the move is commendable as a way towards tackling the menace of violent crimes across the nation, Nigerian Tribune reports. The cleric said that the growing call for regional policing signals the lack of confidence from Nigerians in the existing security outfits set up by the federal government.
Bakare added that if the government pays closer attention to the low level of unemployment among youths in the country, it will not have to be bothered much by criminality among them. This is what Archbishop of Canterbury had to say about Andimi’s killing
The former presidential aspirant said that the arguments for and against the outfit between the north and the southwest reveal a great deal that much has been swept under the carpet for a long time. Going further, he said: “At the commencement of another decade, the contentious constitutional question that once more beckons on us to examine the foundations of our nationhood relates to the newly instituted Western Nigeria Security Network, code-named Operation Amotekun. Bakare said that the arguments for and against the outfit between the north and the southwest reveal a great deal that much has been swept under the carpet for a long time.