Borno Is No Doubt Much Secure Compare With Abuja And Sokoto, Says Shettima
Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State, has said that Borno State is currently more secure than the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and Sokoto just as Zamfara state, Akahi News reports.
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Shettima owned the expression when he got the Chairman House Committee on Army, Rima Shawulu and different individuals from the House of Representatives on an affability call at the Government House, Maiduguri.
Borno now more secure than Abuja and Sokoto – Governor Shettima
He said the issues of hijacking, banditry and other related violations as got in different states, are never again experienced in his state.
“The military and other security organizations are doing their best in Borno State, the main issue currently is the insufficient attention concurred to our military activities.
“For instance, when Boko Haram assaults and execute even one individual, it will be commended on the first page of our papers, however when military slaughter many agitators and catch a few others alive, such accomplishment against the guerillas will be distributed in a tight corner of our papers.
“Our Military is presently overpowered with the expanding security challenges in certain pieces of the nation, there is the organization of troopers in Zamfara, Sokoto, Katsina, and numerous unpredictable conditions of the league in spite of scarcity of assets and insufficient faculty.
“By and by, Borno is more secure than Abuja, Zamfara, Katsina, Sokoto and other unpredictable conditions of the alliance. This is on the grounds that in Borno, we don’t have instances of seizing, banditry as got in different states referenced before. I need to engage this Committee to fill in as a spirit, driver and cognizance of our extraordinary country, for harmony to rule. We in Borno don’t have issue of grabbing or banditry, and I accept very soon we will conquer our security challenges.”
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