“I think it’s a sociological problem. Even though the security of the nation is being threatened, we must look beyond the immediate incident,” he said.
He admonished the government to provide education and employment to get the masses engaged and occupied as anybody could be a victim.
Mr Oyetibo gave his perspective on the security challenge as well as his take on the crisis in political parties and how best the courts can entertain the numerous applications before them.
Mr Oyetibo is also a prominent member of the Gani Fawehinmi Chambers Alumni Association who rose to become the Deputy Head of the Chambers before leaving to establish his chambers in 1991.