FEDERAL Government of Nigeria has been urged to seek effective way of tackling insecurity challenges in Nigeria even as killing remains unabated.
The former Dean, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Rt. Rev. Maxwell Anikwenwa who gave the charge in response to the on-going killings in the country, lamented that Nigeria has never had it so bad like this in terms of bloodletting, describing the trend as shear madness.
The former Chief Shepherd of Province II, Anglican Communion told newsmen at the weekend in Awka, during the 50th anniversary of his marriage with Blessing that President Buhari is not bothered about the spate of killings.
His words, “Buhari claims to be fighting corruption, yes it is good, but if he folds his arms and watch Nigerians slaughtered like animals by senseless blood thirsty bandits and religious fanatics, who will enjoy the money so received from the anti corruption war?
Government needs to sit up now or else there will be a revolution in the country and if this revolution is allowed to take place, it will be a disaster. I am surprised that Buhari is a military man and yet these killings are going on unabated.
He needs to re-organise the military and all security apparatus”