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Vice President Kashim Shettima on Friday stated that terrorists activities responsible for the hardships faced by the North East region of the country.

Shettima who bemoaned that terrorism had plagued the region for far too long, expressed optimism that the menace would be defeated.

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The VP speech was read by the Senate President, Godwill Akpabio at a book launch titled “Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in North-East Nigeria: Emerging Perspectives and the Imperative of Airpower,” in Abuja, said peace could be restored to the region if all stakeholders resolved to work together to address the plague.

He said:

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“The North East region of Nigeria has been grappling with the scourge of terrorism for far too long. The brutal acts committed by extremist groups have inflicted immense suffering upon the innocent people of the region. But amidst this darkness, t. is hope. Hope that through knowledge, understanding, and the collective efforts of all stakeholders, we can overcome these challenges and restore peace and stability to the region.”

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