Address Worsening Insecurity,APC Tells Jonathan

The All Progressives Congress has told president Goodluck Jonathan to find a solution to the degrading level of insecurity in the Nigeria. Punch reports that the All Progressives Congress beckoned on the President saying that the current trend of the dreadful Islamist terrorist group capturing and killing citizens is totally uncalled for. Using the seizure of Nigerian towns by the terrorist group and the reported fleeing of 480 Nigerian soldiers to Cameroon during an attack on a military base in Gamboru-Ngala, Borno State, on Monday as a case, the APC has made its standpoint known. Alhaji Lai Mohammed, who is the National Publicity Secretary of the APC, in a statement yesterday said: “The President must put politics aside for now and lead the nation to defeat Boko Haram. “As an immediate first step, the party calls on President Jonathan to immediately halt the illegal electioneering campaign by his ministers, other appointees and supporters, saying Nigeria must survive as a nation before any party or individual can rule over it. “These campaigns, ostensibly by the Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria but in truth being bankrolled by the Federal Government, offends national sensibilities at a time our citizens are being daily slaughtered and our troops are struggling against the terrorists who are bent on balkanising our nation.” ‘’Nigeria has never had it so bad. The country’s military that was being hailed worldwide for its sterling performance at global peacekeeping missions has now reached a level where its troops are deserting, engaging in mutiny or simply unwilling to fight.‘’There is no way to spin what happened on Monday, when 480 Nigerian soldiers escaped to Cameroon. The Ministry of Defence called it ‘tactical manoeuvre’, but did not explain how soldiers fighting insurgents along Nigeria’s border with Cameroon will foray 80 kilometres into Cameroon.” Just recently, the Liman Kara college which is about 15km from Gwoza, was recently seized by BokoHaram who allegedly killed about a 100 people and have been controlling the town as attempts by security agents to reclaim the town have failed.


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