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Atiku Roasts Buratai, Gives New Directive To Curb Insurgency

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Former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has attacked the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai over the spate of insecurity in some parts of Nigeria, particularly in the North-East zone.

Naija News reports that Atiku while expressing his concerns over insecurity matters in the country, advised the Buratai to relocate to the North-East zone, particularly Borno for better coordination of the fight against insurgency.

The Vice President made this known in a statement through one of the 2019 Presidential campaign council, Prince Kassim Afegbua.

In the statement, Atiku lambasted General Buratai for recently accusing Nigerian soldiers of lacking in commitment to root out insurgency in the country.

His statement read; “The Chief of Army Staff should permanently be in Borno, where he will coordinate his troops. The Chief of Defence Staff should have an annexe office in Zamfara, where he would spend more time than sit in their comfort zones in Abuja. The Chief of the Air Force needs to also be on his toes. We need a new paradigm in terms of methods and personnel to fit into the sophistication of these crimes.

“It is about time the President goes beyond mere sloganeering, and sprouts to action. We are tired of weather-beaten rhetoric that has become so repetitive and boring. We need to see a different approach in terms of choosing the right personnel to dispense with the responsibilities of safeguarding the country.

“From the statement earlier credited to the Chief of Army Staff, General Buratai, it does appear that we are in serious defence inertia. Some Nigerians have been saying that it is about time the President rejig his security personnel. Let these tired legs leave the scene for a more robust and result-driven younger minds that will come up with a new perspective on how to combat our insecurity challenges.

Adding that “the present Chiefs, seem to have reached their nadir and the motivation to deliver the right modules for effective security is tellingly missing.”

Atiku also called for a more robust approach in the fight against poverty and unemployment; two vices he fingered as the underlying cause of criminality in the country today.




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