Friday, 3 April 2015

Buhari didn't promise to end insurgency in two months

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has described as misleading and unfounded reports that the President-elect, Maj.-Gen. Mu has pledged to end insurgency in the country within two months.


"The President-Elect is still waiting to be sworn in on May 29. After the ceremony, he would need time to study the security situation and plan strategically with the security chiefs as to the way forward.

"Time is of essence here. Therefore, President Buhari didn't and wouldn't peg the decimation of terrorism within two months.

"The General was unequivocal about cleansing Boko Haram from our land; he would do a good job of it by giving a final permanent push to rid Nigeria of unscrupulous elements,'' the statement said.

The statement recalled that in Buhari's interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and Cable News Network (CNN), he didn't put a time-frame to when he would eliminate terrorism.

"It would be unfair and mischievous for someone to ascribe to him what he hasn't said," the statement emphasised. (NAN)

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