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Security situation in Nigeria has improved since Buhari became president — Katsina Governor Aminu Masari

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Katsina State Governor, Aminu Masari, says safety scenario in Nigeria has improved since President Muhammadu Buhari got here to energy in 2015.

Masari acknowledged this whereas that includes on Channels Tv’s ‘Politics At present’ programme. Slamming critics of the Buhari-led administration, the Chairman of the North-West Governors’ Discussion board burdened that Nigeria is economically engaging to kidnappers within the Sahel area of Africa.

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“Have a look at 2015 as an example, you might not go to the church, you can not go to the mosque. If I travelled from Kaduna to Abuja, it might take 5 hours and three of these hours had been for checkpoints.

There have been a minimum of 30 checkpoints alongside the freeway.

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Is the scenario the identical as we speak? It’s not. Sure, there are kidnappers, there are bandits round however take a look at the entire world and take a look at the place of Nigeria within the Sahelian area. Are we not the richest? So, the attraction even for kidnappers to come back to Nigeria is there. In case you kidnap any person in Mali, the place are you going to get hundreds? If I kidnap you in Nigeria, I get thousands and thousands. So, all of us should rise to the event,” he mentioned.

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