Nigerian government has vowed to deal with unknown gunmen causing troubles in the country.
Speaking during a meeting with online publishers on Tuesday, the Minister of information and culture, Lai Muhammad said that the Federal Government will crush all the unknown gunmen attacking the security officers and facilities.
Several attacks on the security personnel is symbol of war against the country.
Security officers ranging from soldiers, police, and other security agencies have been killed by the unknown gunmen especially in the southeast region.
The Minister said that any attacks on security agencies and facilities is a declaration of war against Nigeria, adding that those responsible for this negative actions will deal with.
Also, said that the security challenges ravaging the country is systemic.
Source: Peoples Gazette
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