Muhammadu Buhari Breaks Silence On Why There Is No Peace In Nigeria, Read What He Told UN Officials

Muhammadu Buhari Breaks Silence On Why There Is No Peace In Nigeria, Read What He Told UN Officials

Oh yeah! an interesting one has just dropped, according to report reaching PACKET TRACER from Peoples Gazette, the Grand Commander In Chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the number one citizen, President Muhammadu Buhari has finally broken silence on why Nigeria is faced with insecurity and other forms of crisis.

Nigeria has been struggling for some time now to deal with insecurity and the unity in diversity being enjoyed by the country is currently under threat as some faction of Nigerians are agitating for a disintegration.

President Muhammadu Buhari made it known that despite his decision to close border, the illegal flow of arms and ammunition in the Sahel region of the African continent and rhe crisis in Libya will continue to affect Nigeria’s security. President Muhammadu Buhari’s opinion was made known by his aide, Femi Adesina who played host to the outgoing Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS), Mohammed Ibn Chambas, on Thursday at State House, Abuja.

He disclosed that former president of Libya, Muammar Gadaffi during his 42 years in office recruited armed guards from different countries, and unfortunately they ran away after he was killed with those arms and ammunition he gave them. President Muhammadu Buhari stated that the men empowered by Gadaffi didn’t learn any other skill, other than to shoot and kill, and that they are a currently a oroblem all over the Sahel countries.

In the words of President Muhammadu Buhari;

“We closed our land borders here for over a year, but there were still illegal flow of arms and ammunition . As far as Libya remains unstable, so will the problem remain.”

“We tried out best to adapt with the problems of development, as we can’t play hop, step and jump. But we will eventually overcome those problems.”

Nigeria for over a decade had been faced with the menace of Boko Haram, the ceaseless attacks by unknown bandits and the protest against the Special Anti Robbery Squad which turned violent after it got hijacked by hoodlums.

The President has finally given out his opinion on why Nigeria is faced with insecurity, and this is indeed a big one coming from him. I’m sure you would have a word or two to say about this, so feel free to drop your comments on this.

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