- President Buhari has been charged to expose those sponsoring Boko Haram in Nigeria
- The director-general, centre for justice on religion and ethnicity in Nigeria, Kallamu Dikwa, asked the president to replicate success made in fight against corruption in the fight against insurgents
- A group also urged FG to re-partner Israel to end terrorism in the country
President Muhammadu Buhari has been urged to expose the financiers of Boko Haram in the country before the terrorist group plunges the nation into a religious war.
Guardian reports that the plea was made by the director-general, centre for justice on religion and ethnicity in Nigeria, Kallamu Dikwa, in Kaduna on Monday, January 27.
Legit.ng gathered that the pastor said since the president assumed office in 2015, he has shown commitment in trying to bring to book some notable Nigerians that looted the country’s treasury, but failed to end terrorism and banditry.
Dikwa commended the courage shown by the president to bring to book those that have brought the country to the mess it found itself economically, stressing that his failure to bring to the notice of Nigerians the financiers of Boko Haram would appear that the present government only wanted cheap popularity to ensure his victory at the polls in 2015.
The European Union (EU) has earmarked 271 million euros (about N98 billion) to assist about 5.6 million displaced persons in the northeast.
The five-year EU humanitarian funding focuses on providing life-saving emergency assistance in insurgency-affected states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe.
This was contained in a statement issued in Maiduguri on Monday, January 27, by Borno EU commissioner, Janez Lenarcic, said the assistance, comprises emergency food aid and shelter in camps and host communities.
The federal government has also been called upon to renew the country’s partnership with Israel, if the war against Boko Haram and other terrorists must be totally won.
The call was made in Lagos on Monday, January 27, the executive director of IStandWithIsrael (ISWI), Rex Ajenifuja, in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Holocaust in Auschwitz.
He believes the Jewish country has the wherewithal to end every element of terrorism anywhere in the world.
The pastor said the administration of immediate past president Goodluck Jonathan engaged Israel to tackle terrorism but since the contract ended, Buhari has not deemed it necessary to renew it.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Nigeria's Senate president, Ahmad Lawan, on Monday, January 27, condemned the current security situation in Nigeria.
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