Rising insecurity in the country have kept our country in a chaos state. Everybody is scampering for safety as the situation keeps worsening without any solution to it yet.
Our country is bleeding and the security structure is being threatened by these terrorists. People have lost hope in the country as some are already agitating for removal of the President.
Governor Abdullahi Sule while speaking on Today's Politics on Channels TV stated that the problem of insecurity is not tied to one region but all over that is why Muhammadu Buhari is finding it difficult to curb.
Despite everything Buhari is taking actions to end insecurity in Nigeria, he said.
I do not agree with the Governor because there is no assurance from the President yet to show that he is taking actions over the rising insecurity in the country.
In less than 1 month, about 300 persons have been kidnapped by the bandits without any of the bandits being arrested rather they have the temerity to ask the Government to settle them with 800 millon naira.
The Governor said that Boko Haram has technically been defeated. Boko Haram has not been defeated because they are still kidnapping and killing people in all the States. They have made lives unbearable for people and rendered some homeless.
He said that some people are asking the Government to seek foreign support if they feel they cannot combat the rising insecurity plaguing our nation.
Seeking foreign support to help us in the fight against insurgency does not mean we lack the capacity but before the foreign counterparts support us in the fight against insecurity, they need to know more about the nation and its environment, Governor Sule stated.
Our country need this foreign support the earlier the better before we will all be consumed in this fight against insurgency.
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Source: Today's Politics on Channels TV.
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