Monday 23rd October, 2017
Translate Language:::
Share

CSO charges Nigerians on post insurgency narratives

CSO charges Nigerians on post insurgency narratives

The African Civil Society Organisations Coalition, has called on Nigerians to change their narratives about the insurgency war most especially as the military has won the war against the Boko Haram elements.
This is the thrust of the statement by participants at the just-concluded roundtable/colloquium in Abuja.
The summit that has in attendance various civil society organisations in Africa was called in order to conduct a critical appraisal of the military operations in the North-East of Nigeria.
While declaring the occasion open, the Minister of Defence who was represented by the ministry?s Director in charge of Army Affairs, commended the patriotism, commitment and efforts of the civil society organisations towards owning the rest of the insurgency war through various public opinion control mechanism and ideological re-orientation of the people of the zone.
The Hon Minister promised the support of his ministry to the CSOs.
Earlier in his welcome address, the convener of the occasion, Omoluabi Olabode Adeyemi, described the success of the military as a victory for Nigeria.
Omoluabi therefore enjoined Nigerians to see the rest of the war as that of the people and all other stakeholders across the country.
He charged participants to join hands with government, religious and traditional leaders to permanently win the war and forestall any future occurrence through public opinion control, policy formulation advocacy and civil soccer engagements in the North East.

SHARE ON: