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The assumption of security collapse is wrong, we disagree – Garba Shehu
“We are in total disagreement with the assumptions of collapse of security in the country”
Amidst security challenges rocking major Nigerian states, Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari, Garba Shehu, has expressed dissatisfaction to the insinuation mading rounds that security has collapsed in Nigeria.
that the present government disagrees with the assumption in certain quarters that there exist a security collapse in Nigeria.
The media Aide made this remark while playing guest to Sunday Politics with Channels Television
noted: “We are in total disagreement with the assumptions of collapse of security in the country”.
Garba, who has been vocal in disagreeing in major view of Nigerians against the present government of Buhari led administration, further argued that the Government is on top of the security situation in the country, adding that calm has been restored to the North Central and Niger Delta.
While referencing past administration’s role in taming the security challenges, he said security challenges had existed before the present administration came to office, arguing however that the Buhari-led administration has met its own challenges and are dealing with them as decisive as they can.
To welcome nigerians’ view on way attainable to face the security menace, Mr Garba Shehu said that Buhari is open to new ideas, adding that the President doesn’t think he knows it all and as such, will be willing consider options.