He said investment in education and job creation would help address mass poverty in the land, which according to him, is generating various discontents in insurgency, criminality, banditry and various extremisms.
He also chided those ‘leaders’ and clerics who criticize the federal government’s approach at fighting insurgency and banditry, and seem to furtively support criminality.
The State Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Iyabo Fakunle-Okieimen, stated this while speaking with newsmen in Ado Ekiti, noting that it is all in public interest.
Adesina spoke on a Channels Television programme, Sunrise Daily, on Thursday in response to the violence that led to the looting of government warehouses and attack on private and public properties.
The Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Danladi Atu, disclosed this at a news conference on Monday at the Government House, Jos.
It is hard to read the lips of President Muhammadu Buhari because he is either a man of few words or publicly shy. All the same, well meaning citizens owe the Country the obligation of speaking out to enable Mr. President listen to those who are not obligated to tell him what he likes to hear.