Buhari Urges Nigerians To Show More Understanding On The Current Situation In The Country

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On Thursday, President Buhari urged Nigerians to show more understanding when it comes to the current situation in the country.

In a statement titled: ‘President Buhari pledges action against bandits’ threat to national food security’ by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, the President said:

“I expect Nigerians to be more understanding on the issues involved, looking at time and available resources.

“For example, when we came in, in the North East, ask people in Adamawa and Borno States and the South-South in terms of security.

“Without security, you can’t do anything. Our big surprise and disappointment is what is happening in the North West and we are dealing with it.”

“The elite should make the attempt to understand the military. If we order for weapons and armored vehicles, it takes time for the manufacturer.

“It takes time to ship them and when brought here eventually, they are taken to training institutions, train the trainers before sending them to the field. This is a very long process,” 

 “the law enforcement agencies are working hard to regain confidence against bandits, so that we can go back to the land. This is very important. This is what the agencies are busy doing right now. We want people to go back to the land so that we can get enough food for the country and even export.”

Speaking on the current efforts to tackle the insecurity Mr. President said:

“With the resources and manpower available to us, we are working very hard. We are hoping Nigerians will understand the problem. Nigerians know at what stage we came in in 2015, what state we are today both on security and the economy and we are doing our best,”

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He also commended the National Assembly for its support, saying that “the National Assembly is cooperating very well. Within the resources available, they are certainly giving us priority on our (military) requests.”

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