The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Kogi state chapter, has described the worsening insecurity in the state as unfortunate.
In a statement signed by the Director of Research and Documentation, Dickson Achadu, PDP accused Governor Yahaya Bello and the APC administration of been indifferent to the plights of citizens as far as the security of life and properties is concerned.
The party lamented that people can no longer travel out of their domains, while sleeping with two eyes closed is now a mirage.
Achadu said it is obvious that with the establishment of state policing policy in neigbouring states, the criminals will see Kogi as safe haven to berth.
The PDP said “it is expected that Kogi state government will be proactive and call on all stakeholders to the drawing board towards putting in place a state own security architecture to stop the incessant killings and kidnapping of our people on daily basis.”
The party said it is unfortunate that the security award given to the governor was baseless and unjustified following the upsurge of insecurity that has enveloped the state, making life unbearable to live in the state.