Herdsmen terrorizing towns and villages in the South West have been ordered to vacate the region with immediate effect.
The order was issued by an umbrella body of youths in the Southwest geo political zones, Yoruba Council of Youths Worldwide, (YCYW).
The group in a statement issued on Monday and signed by its President General, Aremo Oladotun Hassan demanded the immediate vacation of herdsmen causing havoc to the people of the South West.
The statement by the YCYW reads thus in part, “We however wish to reiterate our absolute condemnation of the prevailing terrorism atrocities, mass murder and genocidal war unleashed on innocent Nigerians in various communities across the nation, especially the recent wake of crises, killings, kidnapping and community invasion by the armed bandits, under the aegis of marauding Herdsmen, ISIS, ISWA and Boko Haram terrorist groups in the Zone, hence our order and demand for the total vacation of this terrorists in Yoruba Land forthwith.
“Wherein we are using this medium to further implore the DAWN Commission to align and aggregate all issues of utmost concerns, as a means of urgently nipping in the bod and proffering immediate panacea to the hydra headed monsters called Boko Haram/Armed Bandits in our various identified death points: intra-city and interstate highways, as well as addressing and setting the tone for a robust implementation, and dialogue on other needful necessities: application of rule of law, economic integration and joint development, infrastructures, agriculture-revolution and food security, youth and women empowerments, peace and security to mention a few.
“We are using this medium to demand the immediate enactment of a new people’s National and Regional Constitution(s) respectively. We equally demand the immediate establishment of the Southwest Regional Development Commissions, to exclusively control and manage all mineral resources within our zone.
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