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Unknown Gunmen In The South-East/Bandits In The North: 2 Groups Buhari Should Declare As Terrorists

The high level of insecurity in Nigeria have caused a lot of tension and issues within some communities in the country. Residents in some areas have left their houses and properties due to the security challenges affecting their regions.

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However, Bandits are the criminals causing issues in the northern part of Nigeria while the unknown gunmen are the people responsible for most of the attacks in the Southeastern part of the nation.

It's important to recall that these bandits have killed many security officers and residents in the North. Also, they have attacked a lot of government institutions like the Nigerian Defence Academy in Kaduna State and other schools in the Northern region.

While the Unknown Gunmen in the Southeast region have murdered many prominent leaders (Including Chike Akunyili) and some traditional rulers in the region.

So, a lot of people are curious to know how the federal government led by President Buhari can end the activities of these bandits and Unknown Gunmen.

Nevertheless, I believe that bandits and Unknown Gunmen are the two main groups that President Buhari should declare as terrorists in the country.

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This is because these two groups have wage war against security groups and innocent citizens in the country. I believe that declaring these two groups as terrorists will make other developed countries to assist the Nigerian military to fight against these bandits and Unknown Gunmen by supplying powerful weapons to the military.

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Also, declaring bandits and Unknown Gunmen as terrorists will make it easy for the Nigerian military to enforce all their military operations and international strategies used against terrorists in the world. This will help to reduce the activities of these bandits and Unknown Gunmen in the country.

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