Resigned military officers denounce unending insurgency in Nigeria
‘Counter-psychological warfare procedure work area will be set up in 36 states, FCT’
Stressed by the unending security challenge in the nation, the Retired Army, Navy and Air Force Officers (RANAO) Associations of Nigeria, has bemoaned Federal Government’s failure to proffer answers for the issues.
While asking Nigerians to guard themselves against Boko Haram and perpetual herders assaults and killings the nation over, they contended that instability in Nigeria has been transformed into a business wander.
He ascribed the improvement to the nation’s breaking down common obligation and exhorted the general population against depending altogether on the military for inner frailty, including that inside security ought to be everyone’s business.
Addressing columnists toward the finish of its ninth festival in Kaduna, Mshelbwala said the specialists ought to pursue the individuals who are providing Boko Haram sustenance, weapons, coordinations and military hard products to end the killings and insurrection.
In the interim, the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development (NCWASD) has closed plans to build up a National Counter Terrorism Strategy (NACTEST) Nodal work area in the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
This was uncovered in a report issued toward the finish of eighteenth Regular National Council Meeting on Women Affairs and Social Development composed by the Ministry in Lagos.
The gathering with the subject: Peace, Security And Social Inclusion: Key Building Blocks For Achieving Economic Growth And Sustainable Development In Nigeria, was led by Aisha Jummai Alhassan.
Speaking, Alhassan focused on that peace and security were fundamental for national advancement, as they serve to draw in remote speculators.
Secretary to the Lagos State Government (SSG), Tunji Bello, who spoke to Governor Akinwumi Ambode, valued the committee for giving the express the facilitating rights and reaffirmed the administration’s responsibility to the consideration of more ladies in the state’s issues.
Agents from 34 states and the FCT, delegates of the National Center for Women Development (NCWD), National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) and officials driven by the Dean of the College of Commissioners, went to the gathering.
Others are changeless secretaries, executives of offices, Lagos State Police Command, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, British Council, UNICEF, World Bank and agents of common society associations (CSOs).
It highlighted two sessions-the Technical Session managed by the Permanent Secretary of the service, Mrs. Ifeoma Anagbogu, while Alhassan led the clerical session.
Its National President, Major General Alexander Mshelbwala (rtd.), brought up that Nigerians are transforming weakness into a business, while saying that the Boko Haram psychological militants can’t spend over five days in the bramble without nourishment, similarly as he asked why the military ought to permit supply.