Pro-Buhari group forms security outfit
Buhari Campaign Organisation (BCO) will soon launch National Security Support Initiatives (NSSI) to support the government’s security efforts at nipping insecurity across Nigeria in the bud.
This was contained in a statement issued in Jos yesterday by the National Coordinator, Alhaji Danladi Pasali. According to Pasali, BCO is seriously concerned about the spate of killings, hence its resolve to come up with a nationwide security outfit.
“Following the spate of insecurity leading to the killing of innocent Nigerians, which is becoming cause for serious concern, most importantly with the ongoing efforts of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration in seeing that the menace is drastically brought under control, BCO deems it necessary to come up with an outfit christened National Security Support Initiatives (NSSI) that will further strengthen the country’s security sector,” it said.
Despite some unprecedented feats in the security sector by the Buhari administration, a lot needs to be done, and all hands must be on deck as security is everybody’s business, he added.
The group urged patriotic citizens to actively partake in strengthening the security agencies in their task of securing the country.
“The spate of killings, kidnapping, banditry, oil theft and pipeline vandalism in the Niger Delta, rape, drug abuse and other social vices bedevil communities and the country at large.
“We always hold the firm belief that the killing are orchestration of politicians, whose ill political motives are glaring. In that regard, we cannot fold our arms seeing such heinous sabotage against the efforts of Buhari and by extension our collective security as citizens of Nigeria,” it added.
BCO said it resolved that NSSI would soon be launched in Abuja, with structures across the 774 councils in the 36 states for effectiveness, in synergy with all authorised security agencies in the country.
“It is also our resolve that NSSI will collaborate with all state governors, vigilance groups and other relevant government-recognised community-driven security assistants, as well as community and religious leaders, as ell as youths and women groups in achieving the quest.” Other Buhari support groups and well-meaning Nigerians are expected by the group to join the initiative.
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