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Adam Oshiomhole Blows Hot, Blamed Governor Nasir El- Rufai And Buhari’s Government for Insecurity In Nigeria (Details below)



Adams Oshiomhole, former national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has uncovered the root causes of robbery and insecurity in Nigeria.

Oshiomhole said closing down of factories and laying offs of staff in Nigeria were the main causes of robberies and insecurity in the country.

He made the remarks at a meeting of the 2nd Nigeria Labor Congress, NLC, Peace and Security Summit in Abuja.

The former APC national chairman also noted that the non- payment of the new minimum wage of N30, 000, duly signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari, was a source of instability in the country.

Adam Shiomhole’ s statement read; ” Who are the robbers? I suspect that these 35, 000 workers who have been locked out of their factories in Kaduna, who have had their equipment confiscated, what are they doing?

“What will their children and grandchildren be doing now? It’ s common sense to know that an idle mind is the devil’ s workshop.

“I suspect that the Nigerians we have left behind, we do not care for, as you can call them almajiris or beggars, they have all grown up.

“When it comes to unemployment, the biggest problem is that most people are unemployed.

“If you refuse to pay workers such salary, will there be peace? I tell the International Labor Organization (ILO) that the state of national security and national peace does not necessarily require a lot of bullets, but good job.

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“But when you’ re in a situation where jobs are being lost, jobs that exist can’ t be good for us either. ”

Armed robberies, kidnappings, and insecurity are on the rise across Nigeria.

As kidnappers kidnap and kill students in the north, unidentified individuals attack security forces and government institutions in the southeast.

Herdsmen are wreaking havoc in some states such as Benue, Taraba, and other parts of the South East.

Dismissal of workers, non- payment of new minimum wage leads to uncertainty in Nigeria.