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I won’t leave Nigeria in crisis – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has committed to go to any length to ensure that the country is not in a state of security by the end of his term.

He made the remarks at the National Security Council meeting, which he presided over on Thursday at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

During a post-meeting press conference, National Security Adviser (NSA) Major General Babagana Monguno (Rtd) said the President also expressed his willingness to make more changes to the security architecture if necessary.

Monguna said the President told the meeting that he will continue to make changes if he is not satisfied.

He indicated that all of the issues brought to the President's attention focused mostly on the operations' successes in the Northeast.

According to him, a big number of Boko Haram fighters are surrendering in the Northeast, stating that “never before have such large numbers left the terrorist camp, owing to the security authorities' continuous activity.”

President Buhari was pleased with the briefings he received, according to the NSA, who indicated that there is good coordination, synergy, and intelligence sharing across the Armed Forces.

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