June 12: Group lauds Buhari’s achievements on security, carpets secession agitators


The National President, Youth Coalition for Development, Comrade Amino Aminu has applauded the efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari in tackling the insecurity in the country.

To this end, he said those calling for the break-up of Nigeria were creating confusion, and urged them to channel their agitations rightly instead of creating tension in the country.

Aminu, who spoke with journalists at the sideline of a Pro-Buhari’s rally held in Abuja on Saturday, said the Federal Government had done well in the area of security, stating that the country is now a safe haven for her citizens.

“This government has done excellently well because before you and I cannot stand like this because of the level of insecurity in the northern part of the country, including kidnappings.

“But today because of the commitment and hard work of this government, there is no local government under the shield of the Boko Haram. On kidnapping, now you can travel freely at night, the road is now safe and insecurity has been tackled”.

“The government is doing its own good and there are many ways of challenging the government, putting things in order, if you have challenges there are ways and structures put in place to channel your grievances and you will be attended to”, he said.

He, however, called on all the Nigerian youths to be upright and not be used as prey by politicians to achieve their own personal interest.

“We are here to call the attention of the Nigerian youths that they should shine their eyes so as not to be used by politicians that want to achieve their own in other way through politics of money and creation of enmity between one another”, Aminu said.

A member of the Civil Society Coalition for Peace, Comrade Martins Igwe on his own part, stated that the mass mobilization was organised to celebrate a true democratic government.

He added that Nigerians should collectively come together and work to make Nigeria a great nation.

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