- The chief of Naval staff, Vice Admiral Ibok Ete-Abas, has urged Nigerians to unite with President Buhari in ending the country's insecurity
- He said that with hard work and determination, the security situation in the country will be a thing of the past
- Ete-Abas said that security is the key to achieving President Muhammadu Buhari's change agenda
Nigerians have been called upon by the chief of Naval staff, Vice Admiral Ibok Ete-Ibas, to all stand in unity with President Muhammadu Buhari to end the current security challenges in the country.
Ete said that there must be unity between the government and the governed in order to tackle the insecurity Nigeria is currently faced with, Vanguard reports.
NAIJ.com notes that Ete spoke during the interdenominational church service to commemorate the 62nd anniversary of the Nigerian Navy at the Mogadishu cantonment, Abuja.
He said: "As you are aware, our dear nation is facing several security challenges at the moment and we must all therefore stand united with the president and all who are in power to confront the current challenges that the nation faces today. I believe that with hard work and determination, the present situation will be a thing of the past.
”May I seize this opportunity also to restate that as we fight together towards achieving the change agenda of Mr President, it must be emphasised that security is the key to its overall attainment."
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported Alhaji Kabir Usman, the emir of Katsina, accused political opponents of President Muhammadu Buhari as being responsible for the security challenges in the country.
He argued that president Buahri's opponents were uncomfortable with his “single-minded efforts” to positively reposition the country.
Abdu-Labaran Malumfashi, media aide to the governor of Katsina state, said the monarch made the assertion when the Senate president, Dr Bukola Saraki, paid the governor a condolence visit over the death of the former governor of the old Kaduna state, Alhaji Lawal Kaita.
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