National Council of Muslim Youth Organisations, NACOMYO, Southern zone has urged Nigerians to be patient with the Buhari-led administration saying that government efforts will soon yield dividend of democracy.

The group in a communique jointly signed by National Vice President, Alhaji Mustapha Balogun and the Secretary, Abdul Mojeed Momoh sent to Vanguard at the end of its 3rd annual Da’wah retreat held in Ado-Ekiti recently said: “the Nigerian State is going through a particularly difficult time.

While we recognize that though the problems have been long in existence yet, the populace holds the hope that the result of government’s efforts to combat the problems would be swift in coming.
“The Council noted with grave concern the spate of kidnappings in the South East and South-South regions urging government to step up security of lives and property of the citizenry.

In the same vein, the political violence in Bayelsa and Rivers States, cultism in the South-South and ritual killings in the South West are becoming worrisome as these have resulted in unnecessary loss of lives and property in those States.”

On the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Camp in Edo State, the council stated that while it supported and appreciated the efforts of governments, religious bodies and civil society groups in offering succour to the displaced citizens in the North East, “we are, however, dismayed that a Christian group in Edo State – International Christian Centre for Mission – is taking advantage of the sufferings of some of the hapless people of the North East to further their evangelical

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