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National Association Of Seadogs Blows Hot, See What They Finally Ask Buhari & State Government To Do

The current insecurities challenges that the country is been faced with is an obvious fact that borders all well-meaning Nigeria due to the incessant Killings and kidnapping that is almost every day and has put constant fear in the hearts of Nigerians.

This insecurities challenge is said to have been caused by a group of aggrieved people, perceived to be Boko Haram terrorists, bandits, and suspected herders.

However, the incessant killings and kidnapping that have been ongoing in the country, by these suspected terrorists have generated mixed reactions from various quarters, condemning the evil act and more so wonders the reason why the government isn't doing its best to end this menace.

As constant pressure is been mounted on the FG to put an end to these challenges due to the recent abduction of boarding school children in their number, within the space of a month, has caused a group associate to further. reaction

According to Sahara Reporters, the Pyrates Confraternity, under the National Association of Seadogs said to have called on the President as they blow how on the current bandit's operation that has been ongoing in the country and has demanded that the Federal and the state government, to seize all various forms of negotiation with bandits, whether direct meeting or by proxy and apprehended every one of them.

In their words:.

"We call on the Federal Government and various State government to end all forms of negotiation s directly or by proxy with these reprehensible gangs and clamp down on them".

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