APGA cautions over loss of lives, state of lawlessness

May 15th, 2018

By Ignatius Okorocha

The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), has decried the prevalent spate of killings and wanton loss of lives pervading the nation.

The party in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Chief Henry Okolie-Aboh, called on the Federal Government to wake up to its constitutional responsibility of protecting lives and property as well as for the Police in particular and other security agencies in general to be up and doing in carrying out their constitutionally​ assigned responsibilities​ of maintaining​ law and order.

The party according the spokesman ,”views the state of violence and brigandage in the country as if the Police and other security agencies have abdicated their duties and allow the herdsmen cum terrorists unhindered access to Nigerian Communities,​ to kill and unleash mayhem and havoc on farmlands, homes, markets and places of worship without much challenges​ or deterrence by the security Agencies.”

The statement further noted ,”more so, the party is equally greatly disturbed​ on the gradual lawlessness pervading the political system which is steadily becoming the order of the day. One of such lawlessness is the recent invasion of the Senate Chamber of the National Assembly by some political urchins, without any serious checkmate or arrest by the Police especially, and the other security Personnel on duty that day.

Continuing the party recalled last Friday invasion of a Rivers State High Court in Port Harcourt, by some alleged thugs of the All Progressives Congress (APC), to stop the Court from holding and possibly issue an order which could affect the party’s scheduled last Saturday’s Local Government congress in the state, to elect its officers, which disrupted judicial activities within the Court premises without any reported arrest.

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