The government of Zambia on tuesday,12 October 2021,expressed concern over the insurgency, banditary and other security challenges in the country, saying they would help Nigeria.
Zambia said it would help Nigeria because the country played a significant role in liberating most Southern African countries against apartheid regimes.
The Zambian high commissioner to Nigeria, Solomon Samuel,stated this during a press conference to herald an international peace concert organized by the seventh day Adventist church with the theme"Hope in trouble times.
The envoy said Zambia was ready to share intelligence with Nigeria in areas of comparative advantage'to help fight crimes as no meaning development would be achieved by any country without peace.
Zambia cannot stand idle and watch our brothers and sisters in Nigeria being faced with acts of terrorism. You must be aware that Zambian government has a new leader. This government has come up with a new approach. As small as Zambian is,we have a beautiful training programme."As am talking to you now,we have different countries starting from India,and different parts of Africa that are in Zambia training to perfect our acts of fighting terrorism and insurgency. On the basis of that,Zambia stands ready to partner with Nigeria and fight crimes.
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