Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State has disclosed his greatest concern about Boko Haram and the ISWAP terrorist group.
El-Rufai expressed concern that Boko Haram members would relocate from the Northeast to the Northwest.
The governor made the announcement at the ‘Fountain Summit,’ an event hosted by the Ekiti government on Thursday.
He urged for a joint effort to confront terrorism by the federal, state, and local governments, as well as Nigerians.
“Remember, once upon a time, Boko Haram was just in the north-east,” El-Rufai said.
The biggest fear we have in the north-west is that they are shifting to the north-west because ISWAP is chasing them out of the north-east.
“Where do you suppose they’ll go if they’re chased out of the north-west?”
Someplace else. It is something that we should all be worried about, not just at the federal and state levels, but also across the country.
“Don’t look at what’s going on in Kaduna and say it’s not my problem. Unless it is resolved, it will be your problem one day.”
The governor also acknowledged the country’s security challenges, emphasizing that Nigerians should be concerned.
“We have security concerns, but our investors know where their money are and that they are safe, and we’ve never seen security headlines hinder our inflow of investments.”
“However, we must concentrate on increasing security or, more importantly, we must abandon the ‘we vs them’ approach and collaborate more closely,” he continued.
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