Unhealthy Governance Worsening Nigeria’s Insecurity — Jega
Professor Attahiru Jega
Professor Attahiru Jega, a former Chairman of the Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC), has said that the unhealthy governance within the nation is the rationale for the worsening insecurity.
Jega, who’s the keynote speaker on the Pre-Inaugural Lecture organised in honour of Umaru Bago Mohammed, the governor-elect of Niger State, stated the prevailing nationwide safety challenges in Nigeria are attributable to poor administration of advanced variety and poor governance sophisticated by heightened mobilisation of ethno-religious identities, particularly throughout political and electoral contests.
The previous INEC Chairman additionally stated the variety of deaths and abductions as a consequence of worsening safety challenges had risen considerably in current instances and tasked governments in any respect ranges with efficient collaboration to tame the tide.