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Worsening state of insecurity is perhaps our biggest challenge now as a country. How do you see this and how can the country address this problem?
It is very sad to see what Nigeria is going through today. Sometimes, I sit down and wonder how we got to this level. Sadly, what we are witnessing today did not just start, it is a product of impunity. This is what happens when people are doing things and government pretends not to know or even when they know, they do not take any timely and decisive action to stop such things. For example, look at kidnapping and how it has become a lucrative business now; this is why it appears it is going on unabated. When the kidnappers started these things, what curative efforts did government make to stop it? We were slow in acting and before you realise it, it became a very big thing. When it first started, kidnapping was not pronounced in the North. But now, it has spread everywhere. When you talk about insecurity, it is a function of many things. When you have unemployed graduates and no one engages them, they will think of what to do to earn something. That is why we talk of the YahooYahoo Boys today and it is booming. So, unemployment is a challenge. Guitar You don’t play the blues you feel it shirt, hoodie, tank top
The family system has also collapsed. A situation where parents abandon their children to babysitters or nannies in the name looking for money calls for concern. And these are nannies that are not properly groomed or had poor background themselves. Hardly do parents spend quality time with their children nowadays. The children have become products of nannies and househelps who never had good background or training. In fact, these children were taught immoral acts by these same nannies. The children were exposed to things on the television unguided. What they saw on the television and Internet is what we are witnessing in our society today. So, it starts from the family, then to government and I would say to our institutions. In our days in school, teachers taught us to be useful in society. We feared and respected the teachers but the reverse is the case today whereby parents go to fight teachers dirty in school because they disciplined their children or wards. The school system has also collapsed, the values of the school system have collapsed. Idleness is growing from family to school and to religious institutions. Also, what we preach on the pulpit is more or less about ephemeral things. Consequently, we churn out young people from families, institutions, religious houses to society where they become wild. And the government that is supposed to have laws to curb these vices are not effective. Besides, some of the laws in question are archaic, yet they are not put to use. So, it is a combination of factors.