How FG can curb hoodlums

It is high time we start total elimination of all satanic tendencies and rehabilitate the hoodlums in the society to live better lives. No one will do it for us; let us rise up and speak up on feasible solutions to prevent future protests from being hijacked by the hoodlums.

These hoodlums are Nigerians; they are children neglected by their parents. The Federal Government is expected to set up a committee that will go round all the 36 states in Nigeria and pick up the neglected children roam the streets and give them sound education.

It is clear that the recent protests was hijacked by the hoodlums who have become highly dangerous and refined in criminal methodology, armed with sophisticated in the use of weapons. We have witnessed the havoc these neglected children who have turned to hoodlums caused this nation.

In order to prevent future occurrence, the Federal Government has to work assiduously and focus on getting these hoodlums off the streets and give them a source of income or send them to schools. President Muhammadu Buhari should attend to the issue of hoodlums promptly.

Mumin Jimoh Esq.




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