Insecurity in Nigeria: We are almost out of darkness – CNM

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The Coalition for Nigeria Movement, CNM has stated that Nigeria is gradually gradually coming out from the insecurity ravaging the country.

According to the group, Nigeria troops have continued to foil every attempt by the insurgents to relaunch their operations and dominate the area, this is an indication that the country is gradually coming out of darkness.

The group made this statement during a press conference on Thursday concerning the insecurity situation in the Northern part of the country.

During the press conference, the Secretary-General of the group, Dr. Julius Idoko, while addressing newsmen said the government made significant military gains, reducing the number of deaths attributed to Boko Haram from more than 5000 in 2015 to hundreds in 2020.

He said: “We noted that some of the strategies deployed by some of the agencies have failed to yield the desired results but that others have worked tremendously changing the situation while bringing relief and succour to the people.

“This appraisal captures the combined efforts of these agencies in each of the zones and what has been achieved though there are special cases when specific agencies and strategies did the magic.

“The security agencies involved have mainly been the Nigerian Army, Airforce, Navy, the Department of State Security, DSS, the Police, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps and others.

“Criminals elements operating in parts of Niger, Kogi and Nassarawa under the guise of a religious sect have also been dislodged and those they held captive freed by Nigerian troops.

“The Kaduna- Abuja High Way which used to be notorious for kidnappers, armed robbers and cattle rustlers were also liberated by troops so that people can now travel safely.

“What would have been an embarrassing situation for the Government and people of Nigeria was turned into a blessing when the army rescued 342 boys who were abducted at a secondary school in Kankara, Katsina State without casualty.

“The Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorist groups have through terrorists, and other criminal activities destabilised the North-East of Nigeria.

“With what we’ve observed as a group, we can beat our chests and say that the evils of terrorism, insurgency and banditry pervading the North will soon be a thing of the past.

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