President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria: urged to address impunity
President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned, in the strongest language, the latest terrorist attacks on Borno and Yobe communities by the Boko Haram bandits.
This was contained in a statement issued by the President’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu.
The President said he was deeply touched by these mindless incidents of violence on innocent people during the month of Ramadan.
According to the President, the terrorists are enemies of everybody, and enemies of humanity everywhere.
He explained that “no sane people who believe in any God would be destroying the lives of innocent people in cold blood,
terrorists don’t represent any religion.”
The President said the pattern of the terrorists’ indiscriminate violence against innocent people had shown that they represent nothing else but anarchy and devilry.
“In what appears to be one of his toughest expressions of outrage, President Buhari reminded the terrorists of his uncompromising resolve to tackle them with all the resources at the disposal of his government.
“Make no mistake about it: this government is ever determined to discharge its fundamental duty of protecting the lives of its citizens from physical threats from any groups bent on creating chaos, confusion, and on destroying social and economic life of the people,” the statement said
Buhari, who extended his sympathy to the families of the victims, reassured all Nigerians that his government would never succumb to terrorist’s blackmail, and that the security forces would confront the Boko Haram bandits to the last man.
The President, who described the terrorists as “cowards who lack any moral inhibition and any iota of humanity to reason compassionately”, said they would not find Nigeria a safe haven, because “they would be hunted down without mercy and compromise.”
He reassured Nigerians that security would be tackled by his administration with vigorous determination.
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Source:: PM Newspaper