On Thursday, while briefing State House Correspondents after the National Security Meeting, The National Security Adviser, Major General Babagana Monguno (retd.) disclosed that The President of Nigeria, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) Is determined to make Nigeria better by increasing and stabilize the security of the country, He will do his best before leaving office in 2023.
Mongonu said, "The meeting updated the President on the current security situation, the military had recorded lots of successes in the North-East in the past few weeks, the President was happy about the achievements so far".
“He is not going to leave government as a failed president, he won't tolerate that. Changes have been made and if he is not satisfied, further changes would be implemented, there must be a complete change in operations" Mongonu added.
Apparently, A large number of people are surrendering in the North-East as a consequence of the relentless efforts of the Armed Forces, intelligence and security agencies.
Mongonu said they brought up the issue of hunger, the President is aware of the pains of his people, he is working with the Vice president and other council members to do the best they can. There is still work to be done, there shouldn't be any incident of kidnapping, banditry, criminal activities and other incidents of insecurity.
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