Archbishop John Onaiyekan, previous Catholic Archbishop of Abuja Diocese, has inquired about whether it can presently don't ensure lives and property.
Talking with columnists in Minna, Niger State capital, after the Auxiliary Bishop of Minna Diocese's appointment, the Cleric bemoaned the country's high pace of wrongdoing.
Onaiyekan, who dismissed haggling with bandits, requested that those in government "quit imagining" that they are in control, saying non-state entertainers are making endeavors to assume control over the country.
"The reality stays that we are not where we ought to be. We ought not to be living in a country where we are consistent with our souls in our mouths when we are moving, starting with one spot then onto the next. We ought not to be living in a country where the kids can't concentrate in schools and where bandits can come and truck away understudies and their instructors into the shrub and stay there and brag for exchange.
"And government organizations are looking at contacting them. It isn't the proper activity. It is no time like the present we had an administration that deals with its kin. Tragically, we have individuals who guarantee our chiefs, who during races constrained us, implored us, and enticed us to place them in force. Presently you are in power; take care of your job for love.
"This has nothing to do with APC or PDP. It isn't political, and we have likewise seen that it has nothing to do with Islam or Christianity, not even with our moral contrasts. We have a group of lawbreakers that are practically assuming control over our country, and the public authority ought to either get it done or permit others to do it.
"If the public authority can't get the existences of individuals, they should require a sort of public union. They should quit imagining that they are the ones administering. When these episodes occur in individual nations, it gets to a phase where the public authority will call for public solidarity where everybody goes ahead board to proffer arrangements.
"On the off chance that the public authority proceeds with along these lines, it will get to a phase where non-state entertainers will assume control over," he said.
The Archbishop, nonetheless, repeated that the public authority has no reason for what is right now occurring in the country.
"There is no reason at all for not accomplishing the work they vowed to do. No reason that individuals are coming from outside the country and think that it's simple to come in with firearms and ammo," he noted.
Onaiyekan further expressed that if there are plans from any quarters to eradicate the country, it will not work.
"On the off chance that individuals intend to obliterate this country so they can assume control over, it can't work. It is preposterous. If the public authority doesn't act, soon there is a response from Nigerians, and we ask that it will be quiet."