“Borno Now Safer Than Abuja And Sokoto” – Governor Shettima

Shettima cry - “Borno Now Safer Than Abuja And Sokoto” – Governor Shettima

Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State has said that Borno State is now safer than the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and Sokoto as well as Zamfara state.

He made the statement when he received the Chairman House Committee on Army, Rima Shawulu and other members of the House of Representatives on a courtesy call at the Government House, Maiduguri.

He said the issues of kidnapping, banditry and other related crimes as obtained in other states, are no longer experienced in his state.

Shettima said:

“The military and other security agencies are doing their best in Borno State, the only problem now is the inadequate publicity accorded to our military operations.

“For example, when Boko Haram attacks and kill even one person, it will be celebrated on the front page of our newspapers, but when military kill dozens of insurgents and capture several others alive, such success against the insurgents will be published in a tight corner of our newspapers.

“Our Military is now overwhelmed with the increasing security challenges in some parts of the country, there is the deployment of soldiers in Zamfara, Sokoto, Katsina, and many volatile states of the federation despite paucity of funds and inadequate personnel.

“Presently, Borno is safer than Abuja, Zamfara, Katsina, Sokoto and other volatile states of the federation. This is because in Borno, we don’t have cases of kidnapping, banditry as obtained in other states mentioned earlier. I want to appeal to this Committee to serve as a soul, driver and consciousness of our great nation, for peace to reign. We in Borno do not have issue of kidnapping or banditry, and I believe very soon we will overcome our security challenges.”

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