Stop Shielding Boko Haram Sponsors, Publish their Names, Nigerian Journalists Dares Buhari 

President Muhammadu Buhari

The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) has urged the federal to publish the names of insurgents’ sponsors as soon as possible.

The NUJ announced this in a communique issued at the end of its National Executive Council meeting on Saturday.

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According to our source, the meeting took place in Abuja.

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The federal had previously stated that it would reveal the names of some Nigerians who were funding the insurgency and other criminal activities in the country.

In response, the NUJ advised the federal government not to waste any more time and to publish the names as soon as possible.

The union stated that the names must be published by the federal government, as promised by the Attorney General of the Federation.

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The union also urged the federal government to ensure the release of students kidnapped in Niger State in a communique signed by Abdullahi Isma Yamadi (Secretary Zone A), Adetona Aderoboye (Chairman, Ondo Council), and Adaeze Ralph Igbokwe (Secretary, Abia Council).

In addition, the union urged the federal government to convene a stakeholders meeting to avoid an impending food shortage.

It also stated that state governments should be allowed to establish state police in order to address local security issues.

“NEC is concerned about the high rate of insecurity in the country and urges the Federal Government to overhaul the security apparatus in order to combat the country’s rampant murders, kidnappings, banditry, and other criminal activities.

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“Efforts should also be stepped up to ensure the immediate release of the 136 schoolchildren still held captive by kidnappers in Niger State.

“More importantly, NEC urges the Federal Government to release the list of those who sponsor criminality in the country, as promised by the Attorney General of the Federation earlier this year.

“State governments should be allowed to establish state police to supplement the existing security architecture as a further step toward improving the country’s security situation.

“The NEC urges the Federal Government to convene an urgent meeting of stakeholders to devise strategies to avert the country’s impending food crisis as a result of insecurity.

“The poor state of Federal roads across the country is affecting Nigeria’s economy and well-being, and NEC, after reviewing the situation, urges the Federal Government to make the construction of additional rail lines and the rehabilitation of more roads a top priority for effective transportation.”




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