By Tennyson Sampson
THE National Security Adviser to the President, Nuhu Ribadu, has said that Nigerians can be rest assured that the security challenges will be brought to the barest minimal despite the security threats still bedeviling the country, especially in the northern states.
Speaking at the ongoing annual conference of the Nigerian Guild of Editors in Uyo, Ribadu assured Nigerians that “President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu is a talking and working politician, the present government is barely five months old, but are committed to curbing the insecurity rocking the nation.”
The former EFCC boss noted that although Kidnapping has replaced arm robbery throughout the country, but the few instances still being experienced in the country are carried out by an organised syndicate.
“We will not fold our arms and allow banditry take over the peace of this country,” he assured.
When asked why it is difficult for the military to flush out Boko Haram from the country, Ribadu said that it was in progress.
“The government has invested so much on tackling insecurity for the good of the people.
“If every Nigerian can behave as true Nigerians and cooperate with government and every security agencies, then kidnapping and the likes will soon become a thing of the past,” he said.
November 17, 2023 @ 7:07 GMT|