From Bamigbola Gbolagunte, Akure
Leaders of Afenifere met in Akure, capital of Ondo State, Tuesday, over insecurity in the South-West.
Although the meeting was held without newsmen in attendance, Daily Sun found that restructuring of the country and October 1, 2017 quit notice to Igbo living in the North topped the agenda.
The meeting held at the residence of Afenifere leader, Chief Reuben Fasoranti deliberated on ways to end Fulani herdsmen’s aatack in Yorubaland.
It was learnt that the Yoruba leaders expressed worry on the kidnap of some secondary school students in Lagos State and called on law enforcement agencies to intensify efforts on how to ensure the release of the students.
The meeting also debated ways to ensure political stability in the South-West geo-political zone, ahead of the 2019 general election.
Leaders of the group, including Chief Ayo Adebanjo, Chief Sehinde Arogbofa, Chief Olu Falae, Mr. Yinka Odumakin, who attended the meeting, reaffirmed their belief in restructuring of the country, just as they called on the Federal Government to proffer solution to the menace of insecurity in the country.
The meeting, it was learnt, reiterated need for implementation of the 2014 National Conference report.
The meeting lasted several hours and also, reviewed activities of the All Progressives Congress administration.