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Stakeholders Task Govts On Job Creation To Tackle Security Challenges

Stakeholders in Nigeria have tasked the government to create jobs for the youth as a means of solving the peren­nial security crisis, including the farmers/herder clashes, which resulted in the loss of lives across the country over the last few years.

This was the outcome of a symposium put together by OYA Media led by popular TV host, Funmi Iyanda, with a theme ‘How To Fix Nigeria; The Farmers And Herders Approach’, security and agri­cultural development experts have urged Nigerians to em­brace peace in the interest of the country, noting that the consequences of the crisis have been dire on the nation.

‘How to Fix Nigeria’ is a hybrid virtual and physical event comprising Nigerian youth and innovation-led stakeholders. The Nigeria Se­ries of the platform is funded by the MacArthur Foundation and focuses on conversations revolving around the singular theme of uniting for Action.

The series, which kicked-off in Ibadan on June 24, 2021, will be held sequentially in all the six geo-political zones of the country, including Kano (the next stop), Enugu, Cala­bar, Bauchi and Abuja.

The symposium played host to three panellists includ­ing Dr. Oluwseun Adeleke, an agricultural and rural devel­opment expert from the Uni­versity of Ibadan, Commis­sioner of Police Fatai Owoseni (RTD) current Adviser to the Oyo State Government on Se­curity and a peace and conflict resolution expert, Dr Danjibo Nathaniel Dominic from the University of Ibadan.

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