By Anayima Abo
Members of the North Central Peoples Forum has urged all governors in the country to release whatever palliatives they are hoarding in various ware houses for onward distribution to the people they are meant for
Publicity Secretary of the Forum, Rt. Hon Sule Audu during an interview with the media in Makurdi, said doing so will help in bringing down the tension in the youths
Hon. Sule who spoke on behalf of the forum condemned in totality the state of insecurity in the country, saying it is time to match words with action.
The forum described the demand of the protesters as legitimate and genuine hence they have been pushed to the wall.
The forum appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to relax stiff conditions attached to programmes put in place for the benefit of the youths to accommodate all irrespective of Party affiliation.
“We members of the North Central Peoples Forum have Condemned the issue of insecurity in the country, the agitation and demands of the protesters are legitimate and genuine and we are solidly behind the the youths and appeal to them
While appreciating the Federal Government for accepting to look into the demand of the youths for onward implementation, the Forum urged the FG to as a matter of urgency implement the demands of the youths.
“We members of the Forum are not against any genuine protesters, we are rather pleading with them to stop the protest because they have already made their points which have been taking into cognisance by the President so they should ceased the protest and wait for the implementation of their demands”