Residents of  Ekiti have urged  the President-elect, retired Gen. General Muhammadu Buhari,  to make security his major priority

The residents spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)  in Ado-Ekiti on Tuesday.

Mr Sunday Daramola said that the president-elect should ensure the rescue of the  Chibok, Borno, school  girls, who were abducted  on April 14, 2014.

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He also said that the president-elect should put measures in place to prevent a recurrence.

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An artisan, Mrs Modupe Ojo, charged the president-elect to ensure that his administration  tackles insurgency.

A politician, Adewale Oni, urged  the president-elect to use his military experience  in tackling the  extremist Boko Haram sect.

He said that the major reason why many voted for him was because of the  challenge of insecurity in the country.

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Oni  said that the president-elect should strive hard to ensure that the country remains  safe for all residents.