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SWCPT Decries Spate Of Insecurity, Says It Would Study Security Manifestos Of Atiku, Tinubu Before Final Position

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Disturbed by the recent jailbreak that happened at the Kuje Prison located in Abuja during which 74 boko haram members are still missing, South West Council of Political Technocrats has said the issue of security shall be given a special scrutiny in its decision to support any presidential candidate in 2023.

The council at a symposium on National Security and Development held recently at the University of Ibadan said it was disheartening to learn that despite all the security personnels on duty disappear two hours before the arrival of the terrorists that day.

SWCPT noted that for the terrorists to have operated for almost three hour without check, worst still, the unavailability of CCTV camera that supposed to produce footage of their operation simply means that the federal government and those in charge of the prison have questions to answer.

The group however noted that all efforts must be made to re-designs the country’s security architectures if there will be any solution at sight.

It stressed that 2023 general elections shall be taken with all seriousness as each party’s manifesto on security of lives and property of the citizens shall be studied and scrutinized to know who to follow.

“Kuje jailbreak calls for serious concern. We cant be living in our own country with fear. We, as a group, are ready to take our destiny into our hands, we will study and scrutinize manifestoes of each party, especially, the two leading parties: APC and PDP, before we will decide on which to follow between them because without security, there can be no development”

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