Don’t abandon fight against insecurity for Nigerian Army alone – Dr. Mike Uyi tell Nigerians

Nigerians have been called to give the Nigerian Army the desired support needed in their operations to end insecurity in the country.

This advice was given by the President General Global Peace Movement International, UK, Dr Mike Uyi who is in the country to burry his two sisters, Grace Uweni Nee Uyi Pastor Rose Uyi Nee Uyi.

Uyi noted that the fight against insecurity is not and cannot be the responsibility of the NA alone, he said it’s a collective efforts of all Nigerians to ensure peace and security of life and property at all levels.

“What we should know is that the NA did not create Boko Haram, ISWAP, kidnapers, IPOB, ESN, Bandits and the rest. We should know that officers and men of the NA are human beings like us and also deserve to live”

“It is disheartening to hear some members of the society saying some kind of negative comments against the military. Let us cooperate with them by sharing actionable information that will aid their operations to bring back the needed peace in Nigeria”

Uyi while expressing appreciation to the NA for the feat achieved in recent times against security threats and other criminalities said the NA under the leadership Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya has shown commitment and determination to end security challenges bedevilling the country.

“NA has recorded tremendous success in all its operations which has led to total disarray among criminal elements in Nigeria. We should view the country’s security challenges as a collective battle that”

“It is important that Nigerians should know that Boko Haram, ISWAP or any other form of insecurity are fighting Nigeria as a nation not NA”.

“As a matter of urgency, we should come together as a people and deal with these challenges, most of them if not all of them, and make Nigeria a great country. No part of Nigeria can entirely face the problems facing the country and tackle them all”.

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