Insecurity in Nigeria is going down -Senator

Insecurity in Nigeria is going down -Senator

The Chairman, Senate Committee on Army, Senator Ali Ndume says that the security challenges facing the country are going down.

Ndume spoke with newsmen on Friday in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, North Central Nigeria on the sidelines of the turban ceremony of the All Progressives Congress (APC) national chairmanship aspirant, Malam Salihu Mustapha as the 4th Turaki of Ilorin.

While saying that he was confident that the nation’s security challenges were receding, Ndume noted that there is no country in the world that is absolutely devoid of insecurity.

He added : “All I can say is that the insecurity in the country is going down, but it is not eliminated.

  It has not come to the end yet, “ he added.

“Even before we had this escalated situation, there were isolated cases of insecurity everywhere.

It is normal in every country.

thank God the government is up to the task and we are doing very well,” he explained further
Speaking on his investiture, Mustapha promised to be a worthy Turaki and a good ambassador of Ilorin Emirate at all times.

He urged youths in Ilorin Emirate to draw inspiration and hope from his own  story.

The new Turaki of Ilorin added: “While I understand the enormity of the responsibilities that come with the title, I wholeheartedly accept it in the knowledge that the Almighty will guide and protect me to maintain our time honoured and cherished traditions in the same way He had done the previous title holders.

“In discharging these onerous responsibilities, I seek the support and cooperation of all and sundry, from far and near.

I make the solemn promise to be a worthy Turaki of Ilorin to the best of my ability at all times.

Mustapha thanked the state governor, Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for his continued support.

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