2023: Prominent Presidential Candidate Reveals 1 Major Strategy to End Insecurity in Nigeria

2023: Prominent Presidential Candidate Reveals 1 Major Strategy to End Insecurity in Nigeria

  • A presidential aspirant has reacted strongly to the growing insecurity bordering the peace and stability of Nigerians
  • The Accord’s presidential candidate, Professor Christopher Imumolen has vowed to introduce a powerful strategy that would bring an end to insecurity in Nigeria
  • Imumolen maintained that if elected in 2023, he would work very hard to ensure the country's border is highly secured against the influx of 'bad elements'

Following the illegal influx of aliens into the country, Accord’s presidential candidate, Professor Christopher Imumolen, has vowed to tackle and safeguard Nigeria’s borders so as to stem the rising tide of insecurity in the country.

Imumolen said he would work assiduously to ensure that more attention is paid to the issue of effective manning of the country’s borders in order to stop the influx of undesirable elements into the country.

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Speaking when he received chieftains of the Accord Party in Abuja, Imumolen maintained that he would fulfill these promises if he emerged as Nigeria's next president in 2023.

Accord party, Professor Christopher Imumolen, 2023 election, former President Olusegun Obasanjo
Accord number one man, Professor Christopher Imumolen paid a visit to former President Olusegun Obasanjo recently. Photo credit: Professor Christopher Imumolen.
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Imumolen observed:

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“Nigeria is going through it’s most challenging times because of a porous border system that keeps allowing illegal movement of equipment, drugs, contraband, firearms, and people of questionable intentions into the country.”

The way forward

The presidential hopeful noted that if elected, his administration will prioritise border control systems, noting this would aid development in all sectors.

Imumolen affirmed:

“My administration will do everything in it’s power to raise the number of approved border control systems to an appreciable level to minimize, if not completely eradicate, the uninhibited access outsiders currently have into our country.
“I am in no doubt whatsoever that once this is done, our country will begin to move speedily towards a guaranteed security system, economic prosperity and general wellbeing for it’s citizens.”

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The director-general of the department of state services (DSS), Yusuf Bichi has revealed that criminal groups like bandits, terrorists, and other unlawful deadly groups will be annihilated before the start of the 2023 general elections.

As gathered by Legit.ng, the DSS boss made this declaration in Abuja during a stakeholder meeting with the Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC).

While expressing his optimism about an itch-free general election, Bichi said recent operations by his team have been seamless and successful while giving credit to other security agencies for their vital roles in combatting insecurity.

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Contrastingly, an earlier report by Legit.ng revealed that residents of Abuja have begun to feel the hit of terror attacks just like neighboring states like Niger, Kogi, and Kaduna.

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At present, the FCT has been greeted with several terrorist attacks over the past 30 days.

These attacks have come from different parts of FCT with the most recent occurring in Bwari Area Council.

Source: Legit.ng

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