Monarch Wants UN Intervention In Tackling Security


The United Nations (UN) and other World authorities have been called upon to intervene in the security challenges facing the country in recent times.

Speaking with newsmen at his Palace, Friday, the Nye Nwe Ali Igwuruta, in Ikwerre Local Government, HRM John Maduka Olocha, said that the country can not handle the present security situation now due to the dimension it has assumed.

Eze Olocha, called for the intervention of allied nations in order to properly tackle the situation pointing out that the incessant bombings has brought and portrayed the country in bad light.

The Monarch condemned the recent bomb attack at the Un office in Abuja, and said that it is enough reason for the world’s body to beef up security in Nigeria.

According to him, the insecurity in the country is clearly aimed at discrediting President Jonathan, and therefore called on him to brace up with the current challenges and readjust the security network.

He regretted that the Police and other security operatives do not have the required equipment to combat insecurity, but suggested that extra funds should be made available for the security outfits in the country to meet the challenges before them. The Ikwerre Monarch also suggested splitting the country into two as a way out since the Northerners do not seem to share the same views with the rest of the country. “The Northerners are mainly Muslims and Southerners Christians. They do not share the same view, so the best thing is to divide the country into two so that we can have peace”, he said.

Emmanuella Azubuike