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Dan Orbih calls on South-South governors to establish regional security outfit

The National Vice Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), South-South, Chief Dan Orbih has approached the governors of the South-South zone of the nation to copy the South-West and South-East by building up a regional security outfit. 

Orbih expressed this during a graciousness call, with his zonal leaders, in the Edo State. 

The visit marks the start of an arranged visit through all PDP-controlled States in the South-South zone 

Talking at the event, Orbih admonish the governor' of the zone not to yield in their efforts to find a lasting solution to the security challenges in the zone which includes the clamour for state police. 

The PDP national vice chairman additionally called on the Federal Government to stop the system of sleaze in the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), requesting that administration to stop borrowing money to promote corruption

He said: "The increasing insecurity occasioned by the uncontrolled activities of heartless bandits and herders is troubling. We have lost honest people in the previous six years more than countries at war. A circumstance where individuals can not, at this point go their farms is a sign for impending food crisis. 

'We call on the Governors and heads of the South-South to come together and protect our people . The Yorubas have found a way out to check the danger of these groups with the establishment of Amoetekun, the Ibos have their Ebubeagu security organization. What are we doing in the South-South? We should form out courses in a joint effort with different security offices to check the unwarranted attack on our people. 

"In general, I make striking to express that the current security issues facing us is a threat to democracy" 

He added: "We are setting out on this visit at a troublesome and testing time in our country's set of experiences. The issues confronting us today are not so serious to such an extent that COVID-19 pandemic that has challenged the world is dwarted by demestic issues confronting us. 

"Our people are troubled. The government streets are in awful shapes and hazardous. A week ago, Senator Cliff Odia was assaulted twice same day by various groups on his way from Edo to Abuja. We charge you to unite with those calling for state and local area policing to commend the current design. The South South Governors should not relent in the demand for state Police." 

Talking on Nigeria's disintegrating economy, Orbih asked the Muhammadu Buhari-led Government to find basic ways to address the uncontrolled mal-administration presently being witness at the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC). 

"We call on the government to quit borrowing money to support corruption. Absence of accountability in the NDDC has influenced Development in the zone. It has disintegrated trust and advances joblessness and culpability in the youth. A ravenous man is a furious man. The government should quit playing politics with NDDC. The rising poverty index and absence of work is presently a significant issue in our zone," Orbih said. 

While praising Governor Obaseki for affecting individuals of the State through great administration, he encouraged him to exploit his second term in office to improve the formative accomplishments so that future decisions in the state and zone will be simpler for the PDP. 

Reacting, Governor Obaseki lauded Chief Orbih for his endeavors in joining individuals of the area, adding that he has so far shown that his political decision as PDP National Vice Chairman, South-South, was merited. 

On NDDC, Governor Obaseki, while concurring with Orbih, repeated his prior stand that the interventionist office should be profoundly rebuilt to follow through on its unique command, demanding that no venture would be invited in Edo aside from it was done as a team with the state government. 

He, be that as it may, encouraged Nigerians to keep on having faith in the nation saying, "We ought not lose trust in Nigeria however center around how to make certainty to give our kin trust by dealing with the nation well. The difficulties of frailty simply show the dysfunctionality of our government system

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