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INSECURITY: See What Bukola Saraki Told FG, After Buhari Said That Military Can’t Attack Bandits (Details below)

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President Mohammadu Buhari has been responding to all of the recent Bandit attacks that have occurred in the country. The president delivered a speech on the subject, issuing stern warnings to the Bandits. The President also provided warnings to state governors in his address, which was made public via his official Twitter handle.

And he also advised local governments what they wanted to do about the recent bandit attacks in their respective states. The President also disclosed why Security Forces have not been deployed by the Federal Government to fish out bandits from their hideouts.

In his tweet, the President said, because of the rule of engagement, the Federal Government does not want to deploy security forces against bandits. According to the President, if the military threatens them, the bandits will use their captives as human shields. Which their lives are critical, so that’ s why the government hasn’ t sent security forces after them yet. He cautioned the bandits, however, not to think they’ re bigger than the government.

Former President Bukola Saraki responded to the abduction of the schoolgirl just hours after the President did. Dr Bukola Saraki in his conversation between him and the Governor of Zamfara State was revealed by his reaction via his official Twitter account. He sympathized, and denounced the act, with the Governor. Bukola Saraki also sent a letter to the Federal Government, detailing the steps that must be taken.

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Bukola Saraki stressed that the Federal Government would do everything possible to ensure that the abducted schoolgirls are returned to their families. And our intelligence operatives must also continue to work very hard to deter future incidents and put an end to the situation.

Here is a screenshot of what he recently posted on his Twitter page.

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