The Zambian government has declared its interest, in helping Nigeria fight against insecurity. This was disclosed by the Zambian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Samuel Jere. He made the statement at a press conference organised by the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
He said that Zambia has been ready to share intelligence with Nigerian government, in the areas of comparative advantage, to help fight crimes. He said that no meaningful development would be achieved, without peace.
According to him, Nigerian government played a significant role in liberating many south African countries, against the apartheid regimes. He said that during the time of liberation for South Africa, that Nigeria joined the South African countries to enhance peaceful coexistence in South Africa.
He said; “Zambia cannot stand idle and watch our brothers and sisters in Nigeria being faced with acts of terrorism. You must be aware that the Zambian government has a new leader. This government has come up with a new approach. As small as Zambia is, we have beautiful training programme”.
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