Insecurity has been in existence in for Nigeria some years ago, where people are living in fear and the federal government have been trying their possible best to put an end to it. As a matter of fact, there are a lot of forces available but still insecurity keeps growing daily.
According to legit.ng, president Muhammadu Buhari has finally decided to take another step in the other to curb, insecurity, kidnapping in the country by seeking international helps from the United States of America.
However, after the news broke out many have been reacting and sharing their views on the decision, so check some of them below.
@Anyaegbu Sylvester, “it is obvious that the government has run out of ideas and resources, if they are honest with themselves they should throw in the towel”.
@Awofisayo Tobi, “seeking help when the so called the government is not helping the matters, I trust advanced countries don't joke with the lives of their military personnel”.
@Iwuanyanwu Ben, “This is coming too late Nigeria is a sovereign nation no other countries can intervene to it internal affairs”.
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