Dogara calls for unity as panacea for peace, security

Former of the House of Representatives,  Yakubu Dogara, has called on Nigerians be united in stemming the tide of insecurity and ensure peace in the country.

Dogara spoke on Saturday while delivering a keynote  address the 10th Convocation Ceremony of the Achievers University, Owo, in Owo Local Government area of Ondo State.

The former , who is the chancellor of the university said Nigerians consider themselves stakeholders if the country must win the war against  insecurity.

Dogara, who emphasised that it would take a visionary leadership with the right political will win the war, warned against the dangers of getting it right through the 2023 General Election.

“What we need is a team whose pedigree must match their rhetoric for unity, peace and progress.

“Our most immediate challenge now is bring our disparate people together and pull our barriers; otherwise, we can build.

“Issues of , although absolutely important are the most immediate.

“No one without an implementable solutions questions of unity and justice for all regardless of ethnicity and creeds, have their names ballot,” said.

Highpoint of the event was the conferment of honorary doctoral degree on Prof. Joseph Odugure, Registrar/Chief Executive, Council for the Regulation of in Nigeria (COREN).

awardees were: Mr Foluso Falaye, President/Managing Director , CBC Emea Ltd and Justice Adesuyi Olateru-Olagbegi,  an eminent judge. (NAN)