– Terrorism may last in Nigeria for the next 20 years, General Tukur Buratai has said.
– The military general asserted that there is a widespread public misunderstanding of what terrorism entails in Nigeria.
– In furtherance, he believes that there has to be collective action and responsibility between the Civilians and the Military to contain the lingering insecurity in the country.
The Chief Of Nigerian Army Staff, Lt Gen Tukur Burutai, says that terrorism may continue in Nigeria for another twenty years.
This he released on his verified Facebook page a day after 43 rice farmers were slaughtered by the boko haram in borno state.
He opined that things can only change if there’s collective action and responsibility between the Civilians and Military to tackle corruption.
If not, terrorism may well continue for the next 20 years unaided.
This is coming on the heels of a northern interest group calling for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari who has been nonchalant and unresponsive over the killings going on in the north.
Meanwhile, we earlier reported that the interview video of a Nigerian man simply identified as Kelvin Akparanta who wants to be Africa’s number 1 male ”ashawo” is currently trending online where he gave insight into his sex venture as a male prostitute.