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Ayade: If Buhari wasn’t president, insecurity could have been worse

Ayade: If Buhari wasn’t president, insecurity could have been worse
April 28
11:31 2022

Ben Ayade, presidential hopeful of the All Progressives Congress(APC), says insecurity could have been worse if not for the intervention of President Muhammadu Buhari

On Tuesday, Ayade, who visited Buhari in Aso Rock, declared his intention to succeed the president.

He had said he went to visit the president “as a loyal party faithful”.

Speaking on Sunrise Daily, a Channels Television programme, on Thursday, the governor of Cross River said Buhari has done a lot to mitigate insecurity. 


“Security has a very unique international dimension. Nigeria has so many essential elements. The solid minerals have also become a source of challenge for the nation,” he said.

“International community, locally and across the whole globe has an eye on us. Most of the time in Africa if you have such solid minerals it’s just an invitation for a crisis, because they will keep you unsettled so that they can do the exploitation. 

“If president Buhari wasn’t president, the security condition of this country could have been worse but because you don’t trace the historical background of where we are, you won’t see what he has done.


“The security issue we have is a global issue that is focused on keeping Nigeria unstable. It is far beyond the capacity of Nigeria’s president, it must be something the nation must cry to the international community and seek sophisticated digital, no contact warfare to be able to address it.

“There is an international conspiracy against this nation. Nigeria is extremely lucky by the capacity of the sitting president.”


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