The federal government has reaffirmed its pledge to explore all options to tackle the problem of insecurity in the country.
Minister of Interior, Mister Patrick Abba Moro made the pledge at a summit on Sustainable Peace and the Role of Women in the Society in Abuja.
The minister warned against what he called the spill-over effects of the dastardly acts on future generations.
He attributed the problem of militancy in the country to loss of core values in the society. He promised that efforts would be put in place to mitigate the consequences of the bombings and violence on innocent Nigerians.
The Commandant General of the Civil Defence Corps, Doctor Ade Abolurin called on all aggrieved parties to embrace peace to fast track socio-economic development in the country.
The minister of interior attributed the cause of the rising conflicts in the country, to a huge loss of core values in families.
Doctor Ade Abolurin who underscored the need for peace, said that the country cannot experience any growth and development in the midst of insecurity and violence.
However the president of the Civil Defence Corps Officers Wives Association, Mrs. Aderonke Abolurin urged women in various states not to relent in their peace-making efforts until ethnic and religious violence is relegated to the background.