The Bukhari-led government is not directly responsible for the country’s insecurity, said Senator Kebi Bala Na’Ala.
For this reason, every responsible Nigerian citizen must assist the federal government in combating the threat.
Legislators made the remarks shortly after meeting President Mohammadu Bukhari at the presidential villa on Sunday.
He told reporters that he made “regular visits” to the president to discuss a number of issues of national concern.
His visit to the president comes days after the Senate held a four-hour session with security officials to discuss insecurity in Nigeria.
It is also weeks after the Senate decided to send its leadership to a meeting with the president to find ways to reduce the security challenges that the state hates.
Mr Na’Allah did not say whether the session was on behalf of the Senate.
All he said was that he had open discussions with the president and reassured Nigerians of the government’s commitment to security.
When asked about the reasons for the increasing cases of bandits across the country, despite government efforts and investments in fighting insecurity, the lawmaker said that according to the structure, society thrives on its own problems.
“Let me give an example. Boko Haram is mostly located in the northeast, that’s a fact. Banditry is in the northwest; it can’t be said to be wrong. This is a problem that exposes past injustices that we ourselves have experienced.” cause it individually.
“It is unfortunate that they are now bringing about this government and therefore, because the government is not directly responsible for this situation, it must be supported by every responsible citizen in this country to ensure that we leave it.
“… This country will remain one because the factors that hold it together are stronger than those who want to share it, and I think every responsible Nigerian has to understand this and help make us a very scary and sustainable person. Own land.” He said.
Responding to the opposition People’s Democratic Party’s statement that the government would lose its reason to rule after 2023, Na’Allah said that the PDP “has also lost reason to say that, given the facts, we are not doing anything over.” That they got us where they are. we are after ruling the country from the beginnings of democracy to the present.
“Politicians are moving from PDP to APC. So depending on which side they split, it would be easier for them to streamline (the party) in government, but I think if you look critically at what is happening you will see that more and more things are changing, the more it remains the same.