The current state of security in Nigeria has taken a negative turn. The incessant attacks of Bandits in the Northern region show how vulnerable the country is at the moment. Former Nigerian Minister of Aviation has adviced the president to take a proactive measure in solving the current security vices in the country.
Former president, Olusegun Obasanjo ordered the Nigerian military to shoot on sight members of the OPC during his stint as the president of the country. Obasanjo is known for his military style and you never can attribute insecurity to his regime.
Speaking about what Obasanjo did, Femi Fani Kayode said: "Can't President Buhari not learn from this? If OBJ can order that OPC members from his own Yoruba race be shot on sight, why can't PMB order that Fulani Herdsmen and terrorists from his Fulani tribe be shot on sight as well?
This is the right time President Buhari should put aside ethnicity. It's not about hailing from that region, it's about national security. The President can't continue to give Bandits preferential treatment. These are people who are terrorising the Northern space and they should be treated like terrorists.
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