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General News of Sunday, 12 June 2022


Insecurity: I live with grief and worry daily - Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari President Muhammadu Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said he is disturbed at the rate of insecurity in the country.

During his Democracy Day speech, the president hinted that he lives with grief and worry daily as a result of the victims and prisoners of terrorism and kidnapping.

He urged Nigerians to pray over insecurity across the country as the government continue to work hard to address the security issues.

“To achieve this, however, we must all contribute. It is not the job of the government alone. I ask all citizens to support and cooperate with our security agencies by reporting any suspicious characters and activities to law enforcement agencies. We can only have a safe country if we are able to prevent crime not after the crime has been committed.

“On this special day, I want us all to put all victims of terrorist activities in our thoughts and prayers. I am living daily with the grief and worry for all those victims and prisoners of terrorism and kidnapping. I and the security agencies are doing all we can to free those unfortunate countrymen and countrywomen safely.

“For those who have lost their lives, we will continue to seek justice for their families against the perpetrators. For those currently in captivity, we will not stop until they are freed, and their kidnappers are brought to justice. If we all unite, we will be victorious against these agents of terror and destruction.”

“Some of the defence assets we procured three years ago have arrived and have been deployed. Our cyber security and surveillance systems are being upgraded to further enhance our ability to track and trace criminal elements. We are also recruiting and training new personnel across all our security and intelligence agencies to strengthen the country’s over-all security,” he said.

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