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Insecurity has reduced, the security of the country has improved - Media Aide to Governor Bello.

Nigeria who have been battling with a lot of Insecurity challenges ranging from terrorism, banditry, kidnapping and the menace of the armed Fulani herdsmen seems to be seeing the light at the end of the tunnel according to Mu'awiyyah Muye, the Media Aide to the executive Governor of Niger State, Governor Sani Bello.

The media Aide to the Governor in a tweet revealed that the security situation of the country have improved significantly while the Insecurity challenges have equally reduced as he hoped that the security agencies tighten up and keep on improving.

He blamed the enemies of the Federal Republic of Nigeria for sabotaging the country's efforts to end Insecurity completely as he prayed to God to engage the saboteurs with something that will keep them busy, such that they will not find the time to plot any sabotage ever again.

However, many Nigerians seems to disagree with Mu'awiyya, stressing that the rate of terrorist attacks in the northern part of the country recently is on the high side, banditry in some other part is still impending challenge to overcome while the uprising in Eastern part if the country presently calls for attention.

As some list some of the recent attacks attributed to Insecurity in the country, some wondered whether Mu'awiyya lives amongst us in the country or he is speaking from the moon. Below are some shots of reactions from some Nigerians:

What are your thoughts on this? Do you think that Nigeria is winning the war against Insecurity as it stands now? Or Mu'awiyya is simply praying for Nigeria to win the war against Insecurity soonest? Feel free to leave your comments in the comment section and don't forget to like and follow for more.

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