Resurgence of B/Haram killings in N/East worrisome – Secondus
Resurgence of B/Haram killings in N/East worrisome – Secondus

Resurgence of B/Haram killings in N/East worrisome – Secondus

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus has said the Boko Haram  insurgents have resumed full operations in the North East, describing the situation as worrisome.
Speaking during the opening session of the 89th Emergency National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the party Thursday in Abuja, Secondus said President Buhari has been deceived by “his field men” that the insurgents had been defeated. 
Secondus said that Nigeria was still at a cross road due to what he termed inept leadership style of the All Progressives congress (APC). 
The PDP helmsman said the security situation in the country has refused to abate while the government has allegedly done nothing concrete to stop the senseless killing of innocent Nigerians.
“Amidst the frightening insecurity accompanied by mass killings that has set fears on the people, what you get from government is multiple tariffs, VAT etc and continued  indulgences in lies and propaganda.
“Even when the National Assembly after reviewing the situation and asked the President to overhaul the security system for greater efficiency, the government has continued to demonstrate their insensitivity to the plight of the populace. Nigerians have never been as afraid of their lives as they are at moment in this country. It’s as bad as that.
“In the North East, the Boko Haram insurgency has returned fully and the President feels shocked that the sect still exists. We are already used to our President not knowing what is going on in the country even though as President the bulk stops on his table. 
“The President may have been deceived by the intelligence reports from his field men who continues to indulge in propaganda of claiming that the sect has been defeated even when the situation is worsening with banditry and kidnapping spreading all over the states.
“Nothing exposes the President’s insensitivity and distance from the reality and from the people like his shock that Boko haram still exists. But what do we expect when the President’s chief security Adviser are in loggerhead with the President’s number one aide, your guess will be as good as mine on why this administration cannot move this nation forward,” he said.
“The truth about this country is that Nigerians don’t really know who is in charge. It appears that governance is in autopilot with government agencies in a free world harassing and intimidating perceived enemies,” he said.

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