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Tambuwal: More to Be Done to Re-secure Nigeria

by Isiyaku Ahmed
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Musa Na Allah Sokoto

Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal of Sokoto State has reiterated the urgent need for Nigeria to be protected, taking into consideration the security challenges facing the country.

The Governor stated this while commending the Nigerian Armed Forces for doing their best in keeping the country united over the years.

Governor Tambuwal stated this on Friday at the Armed Forces Remembrance Day held at Ahmad Maigero Open Air Theatre in Sokoto, the state capital.

In a press statement made available to newsmen by his special Adviser on Media and publicity Malam Muhammad Bello, the Governor said We need to do more to re – secure this country.

Also, in the statement Governor Tambuwal appealed to the security forces to collaborate between themselves, show commitment to their official pledge and sink their energy into rescuing the country totally.

According to the statement, Tambuwal explained that the security forces should “continue to work in synergy, live up to their oath of office and give their best to the service of the country.

He commended them for doing their best in keeping the country together over the years; and particularly with all the current challenges that we have like Boko Haram, banditry, kidnapping and the rest of it.”

“I will like to commiserate and condole all the families of those who lost their loved ones on the lines of duty in the service of this country.

“It has always been our prayers that God Almighty shall forgive their shortcomings and admit them into his paradise,” he prayed.

Highlight of the ceremony was the laying of wreath by Governor Tambuwal and his Deputy, Manir Muhammad Dan Iya, the Speaker of Sokoto State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Aminu Muhammad Achida and the representatives of the armed forces in the state.

The occasion also featured three-gun shots, inspection of guard of honour by the Governor and the release of pigeons as symbol of peace and unity.

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