Pastor Tunde Bakare has addressed the issue of insecurity in Nigeria . The general overseer of the Latter rain Assembly said that the level of insecurity in Nigeria cannot be overemphasied.
According to Bakare, is a non-negotiable need for a shakeup in Nigeria’s security structure The general overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly, Tunde Bakare, has decried the growing insecurity in Nigeria under the administration of All progressives Congress party led by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Bakare who spoke at the church headquarters in Lagos on Sunday, October 6, said there is a non-negotiable need for a shakeup in Nigeria’s security structure.
He also urged the president to ensure that the needful is done to end the carnage in states across the country.
According to the pastor who was also a running mate to President Buhari in the 2011 presidential election under the platform of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), the strategic security threat in the country can be blamed on foreign actors who have one political or financial interest in the country or other.
“We must embrace multilevel policing in the spirit of true federalism, setting in place appropriate constitutional checks and balances to prevent abuse. Not to act swiftly, or to do otherwise, can only be counterproductive to our stability and progress,” Bakare said.