Sack of Service Chiefs, not solution to insurgency’ – Oba Makama

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Sack of Service Chiefs, not solution to insurgency’ – Oba Makama 1

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The Olowu of Kuta in Ayedire
Local Government Area of Osun State, Oba Adekunle Oyelude Makama, Tegbosin II,
has said that the sack of the service chiefs is not a solution to ending
insurgency in the country.

The monarch, who counseled the
National Assembly and Nigerians calling for the sack of the service chiefs to
have a rethink, maintained that the nation’s security situation call for
holistic appraisal instead of “quick fix which we have embarked on to tackle
the insurgency.”

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In a statement by him, Oba Makama
said the call seemed to be hasty, adding “it is only a transfer of aggression
to the service chiefs, who have sacrificed a lot to defend the territorial
integrity and the internal security of the country.”

Acknowledging that the security
architecture of the country needs to be overhauled for optimum performance, he
said people should know that the military alone is not to be blamed for the
lapses in the security operation.

The traditional ruler said the call
seemed to be hasty and a transfer aggression to the service chiefs despite
their sacrifice to defend the territorial integrity and the internal security
of the country.

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Oba Makama maintained that though
the security of the country needs to be overhauled for optimum performance, he
said people should know that the military alone is not to be blamed for the
lapses, therefore, calling for what he called political option.

The monarch  further said that when dealing with the issue
of security, there is need to be circumspect not to jeopardize the success so
far achieved, reminding that insurgent war is different from conventional
warfare, which, according to him, is more predictable during operation.

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Olowu said it is apparent that
the military is overstretch, hence his call for concerted efforts involving
other security agencies to confront the insurgency and record unprecedented
breakthrough needed to end the tension in the affected area.

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