The Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, Aare Gani Adams expressed disappointment over the Army’s response to the US red alert.
The United States had warned that the Islamic State of Iran and Syria, ISIS and al-Qaeda have penetrated North-West geo-political zone of Nigeria and working towards expanding further South into the littoral areas of the country.
Adams, who called for urgent action to prevent the terrorists from overrunning the country, restated the need for restructuring of the country.
He said: “I am not pleased with the army’s response over the US alerting Nigeria of a possible incursion of ISIS and Al-Qaeda into Nigeria. The Army ought to have taken this seriously and map out strategies on how to prevent this. The US has given us an information which should not be taken lightly.
“Any country invaded by these terrorist groups does not remain the same. We have countries that are yet to recover from these terrorist organisations. We have to do something urgently and that is why we have been calling for restructuring. Each region should be able to protect itself from external aggression. Action must be taken to nip this in the bud.”