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Defend Yourselves against attacks – Ortom to Nigerians
Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has added voice in calling on Nigerians to rise against incessant attacks targeted at them by using the legal weapon at their reach for self-defense.
Ortom who spoke in Makurdi the state capital maintained that the period of running helter-skelter from intimidation by the enemies is over.
He stated when he spoke truth to power, it was not meant to vilify President Muhammadu Buhari as some individuals misinterpreted it; however to attract his attention to the actual state of affairs the country goes through under his watch.
Ortom, citing state noted just as he owns owes it as a duty to challenges the people of Benue throw at his administration, President Buhari ought to take full responsibility for the security problem, criminality, and different types of injustices being executed within the nation.
Renowned cleric, Isa El-Buba who promised that the church will assist combat against injustice within the nation, asserted it was high time men of good conscience like Governor Ortom came out to save the country.
He remarked that when leaders are quiet over an as witnessed in the present insecurity, it means they have been party to it; declaring that men of good conscience ought to pull their energies together to put the nation again on track.
In response to the Cleric, rescuing Nigeria will probably be done not through prayers alone but politically as well; adding that those that occupy leadership positions have to be reliable and able to serve the individuals.