Poor Security: There Will be Nothing Like Nigeria if Nothing is Done. Formal DG of Central Bank.

Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Dr. Obadiah Mailafia
Speaking on the the rate of insecurities in Nigeria, the killing of innocent citizens and destroying of properties in the country by some group of terrorists, the Formal Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, in an interview said that "if nothing is done concerning the rate of insecurities in the country, the country will become a lifeless place."

While Dr, Obadiah was speaking, he pointed at the killing in the southern kaduna and also in some other part of the country , he also noted that he is only seeking for peace, and that the peace he is seeking for can not be obtained without justice.

When Dr. Obadiah was a guest of the DSS and in another interview, he reported that a state governor is the commander of the terrorists named Boko Haram and he has called the attention of the citizens to start protesting against the killings because, if they don't do so , Nigeria will die.

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Obadiah, claiming that the people of Nigeria are okay with the situations they are in and don't even bother to do or say anything concerning it, and that is why all that they are concerned about is political correctness and the sources, instead of thinking on how to stop the slaughtering of innocent citizens in the country.

He went further to review the kind of situation Nigeria is going to face with the way things are going , and that ugly situation is what Nigerians should start tackling , and not the other unimportant things they have been talking about.

Dr. Obadiah Mailafia what recently resigned from the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS, Kuru, Plateau State, said that he is not being radical about the issue, but all he is asking for, is only peace and protection of the lives of innocent citizens who are been slaughtered his goats.

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