The federal government of Nigeria asserted success on security matters in the country. It said the insecurity challenge in the nation has been tackled so far.
This was made available in a statement by the special adviser on media mattes Malam Garba Shehu in a special interview with BBC.
He said “Before we came into power, everybody knows that Book Haram insurgency linger the major challenge affecting the nation, bomb lasting, attacking, violent, raiding, massive killing were the order of the day especially in the North-East part of Nigeria. But now I can proudly say that this has moved to Lake Chad the area bordering with Nigeria. And we still work hard to end it there.
He added that even the crisis between herdsmen and farmers are getting low, he cited an example with Nasarawa, Plateau, and Benue he professed that peace now is gradually replacing.
“In respect of kidnapping which was already come to pass now is worse, our government is working hard day and night to make sure the menace is ended”. He said