THE OOdua Youth Coalition, OYC, has expressed worry that the country was undergoing a dangerous situation that needed urgent and drastic attention.
Addressing newsmen in Akure, the National President of the Coalition, Tayo Oluyi decried the spate of insecurity across the country.
Speaking on the recent meeting of Southern Governors held in Asaba, Delta State, Oluyi said the coalition supports the resolution of the governors, just as it tasked the Federal Government to take action as soon as possible.
He said: “To return peace and stability to the land, with focus on greater sub-national and national growth and development, OYC urges President Buhari to immediately address Nigerians on insecurity in the land, call for a National Conference, place a ban on open grazing and take all necessary legislations to see to the restructuring of Nigeria.
“While we appreciate the different groups, bodies, unions, forums, associations and parties that have supported these calls and have come out to back the Southern Governor’s positions, we are concerned that their Northern counterparts have thrown caution to the wind, dismissed these important interventions and out rightly rubbished the efforts for a more peaceful, secured and prosperous Nigeria.