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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Okuda(m): 7:35am On Jan 27
COMPAQ:


What shocks me most in this country is how you hear militants, terrorists, herdsmen and whatever operate in an hour for 3 to 5 hours!! For goodness sake, that is enough time to fly 50 commandos by chopper to anywhere in Nigeria from Abuja.

Is our security response so useless? How can Boko Haram be attacking an army base for 5 hours and no help comes? It makes no sense. In that time, the I should be able to get an attack helicopter from the nearest NAF base to provide vital air support with superior weaponry to swing the battle back in Army's favour, even if they were indeed out numbered initially.

Better still, but there should be drones in the air 24/7 armed with air to surface missiles to provide cover. Modern military drones can stay in the air for 24 to 36 hours, so just 2 or 4 is okay for round the clock surveillance and military readiness.

But hey, what do I know.

you ask whether the helicopter you wan deploy get fuel..
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Decent09: 7:36am On Jan 27
badaru911:
Hmmm.... Then, it was Afghanistan and Iraq that was unsafe., there ain't any day without killings in those 2 countries on the news.... But now, it is Nigeria... Nigeria beats those 2 countries hands down... Even those 2 countries are now safer than Nigeria..... It's likely that Nigeria will soon turn to a war zone....

I thinks I'm have to use this opportunity to call on my fellow nairalanders to look for job, if not hunger go kill you oo, let's stop sharing fake news.

Look for Jobbbbs ooooo
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by lekki1444: 7:38am On Jan 27
I GUESS ABUJA IS NOW MORE DANGEROUS THAN LAGOS cheesy
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Minjim: 7:40am On Jan 27
CodeTemplar:
The need to change service chiefs was obvious.

And replace them with competent hands.

I'm afraid that Chief of Army doesn't have new ideas. He was once a commander of troops engaging BH and he failed to deliver

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Angelfrost(m): 7:50am On Jan 27
Truth be told... I actually blame the citizens of Abuja for this escalation of insecurity.

Something that could and should have been nipped in the bud was allowed to fester and grow...

As for the leaders, there is no leadership in Nigeria as of today!!! I don't know how else to say this... It just can't be overemphasized.

Communities need to wake up and take their security into their own hands... Sit down look na dog name o!!!
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by badaru911: 7:51am On Jan 27
Decent09:


I thinks I'm have to use this opportunity to call on my fellow nairalanders to look for job, if not hunger go kill you oo, let's stop sharing fake news.

Look for Jobbbbs ooooo
.... So what's fake... Don't even get you...
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Abrahamlincoln1: 7:53am On Jan 27
D fct minister is d worst fct minister ever and to think he was reappointed by buhari shows how clueless he is

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Jaqenhghar: 7:55am On Jan 27
GofuckYourself:
so sad
We need good leaders who are ready to do the right thing
How can you have a leader who will do the right thing when the average citizen will not do the right thing. We have a culture where it is easier to do what is wrong than do what is right so how do you expect a leader to act differently

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by jaytee01(m): 8:02am On Jan 27
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Our Humble Submission to the security issues in our darling nation,
Dealing with these security challenges requires a holistic engagement that addresses some systemic issues. However, in order to contend with the specific issues of the security situation and
the religious divides in our darling country, the international community will have to:

1. Encourage the Nigerian government to adopt a multi-pronged internal security and
counter-terrorism policy integrating political, civic, economic, humanitarian and regional
co-operation and emphasizing the accountability of internal security deployments.

2. Provide support to independent interfaith and co-existence initiatives as a credible platform
for managing religious tensions and promoting cooperation between religious groups.

3. Insist that the Nigerian Government take serious steps to ensure transparency and credible
anti-corruption efforts, especially in Nigeria’s petroleum sector, including the disclosure of
grand corruption in the management of the petroleum subsidy, and if necessary, making
this a pre-condition in on-going negotiations by Nigeria for access to multi-lateral.

4. The CHANGE we all seek for begins with us, report any suspicious movement or people in your vicinity.

Together we will win this war.
NIGERIA WILL SUCCEED.

We Rise!
You are just blowing grammar which will not take us anywhere. We like to play ostrich with serious issues.

Whether we like to admit it or not, the root cause of the present level of insecurity is the deliberate indifference of the security agencies to acts of lawlessness perpetrated by people from certain ethnic groups, religious or cultural background. This slowly morphed into a culture of impunity which bred the monsters who are now out of control!

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by BobbyZrealist(m): 8:02am On Jan 27
Op u are right,I stay at Abj too.
Just like you said on the outskirts of the town? Criminals yapa anyhow, Kidnapping and in the town there is also armed robbery(one chance) and also countless scavengers(Baba Bola) that can carry anything and put in sack if u loose guard.
CK drug peddlers too and bunks everywhere.
Naija is unsafe!!
That's it.

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by bepositive11: 8:06am On Jan 27
haryorbarmie83:
This country is going the way of ussr. Security agents are mostly among these bandits, ex military men, dismissed military men, even retired.

Sounds like Mexico too embarassed Nigeria is getting worse day by day. If poverty continues to rise, Nigeria will be in very big trouble.

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by sodiqapril(m): 8:09am On Jan 27
jaytee01:
You are just blowing grammar which will not take us anywhere. We like to play ostrich with serious issues.

Whether we like to admit it or not, the root cause of the present level of insecurity is the deliberate indifference of the security agencies to acts of lawlessness perpetrated by people from certain ethnic groups, religious or cultural background. This slowly morphed into a culture of impunity which bred the monsters who are now out of control!
Person weet dy crase

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Iykoto86(m): 8:10am On Jan 27
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Our Humble Submission to the security issues in our darling nation,
Dealing with these security challenges requires a holistic engagement that addresses some systemic issues. However, in order to contend with the specific issues of the security situation and
the religious divides in our darling country, the international community will have to:

1. Encourage the Nigerian government to adopt a multi-pronged internal security and
counter-terrorism policy integrating political, civic, economic, humanitarian and regional
co-operation and emphasizing the accountability of internal security deployments.

2. Provide support to independent interfaith and co-existence initiatives as a credible platform
for managing religious tensions and promoting cooperation between religious groups.

3. Insist that the Nigerian Government take serious steps to ensure transparency and credible
anti-corruption efforts, especially in Nigeria’s petroleum sector, including the disclosure of
grand corruption in the management of the petroleum subsidy, and if necessary, making
this a pre-condition in on-going negotiations by Nigeria for access to multi-lateral.

4. The CHANGE we all seek for begins with us, report any suspicious movement or people in your vicinity.

Together we will win this war.
NIGERIA WILL SUCCEED.

We Rise!
well spoken. But why don't you simply admit the fact that buharis regime is the worst in history of this country .see,the ripple effect of what nigerians went through in the hands of this present regime will hunt all off us for a long time .
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by lexy2014: 8:14am On Jan 27
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Our Humble Submission to the security issues in our darling nation,
Dealing with these security challenges requires a holistic engagement that addresses some systemic issues. However, in order to contend with the specific issues of the security situation and
the religious divides in our darling country, the international community will have to:

1. Encourage the Nigerian government to adopt a multi-pronged internal security and
counter-terrorism policy integrating political, civic, economic, humanitarian and regional
co-operation and emphasizing the accountability of internal security deployments.

2. Provide support to independent interfaith and co-existence initiatives as a credible platform
for managing religious tensions and promoting cooperation between religious groups.

3. Insist that the Nigerian Government take serious steps to ensure transparency and credible
anti-corruption efforts, especially in Nigeria’s petroleum sector, including the disclosure of
grand corruption in the management of the petroleum subsidy, and if necessary, making
this a pre-condition in on-going negotiations by Nigeria for access to multi-lateral.

4. The CHANGE we all seek for begins with us, report any suspicious movement or people in your vicinity.

Together we will win this war.
NIGERIA WILL SUCCEED.

We Rise!

D summary of what u have said is that buhari failed to do his job as president and commander-in-chief and as dictated by section 14(2b) of d constitution. Just look at how ridiculous ur number 1 point is. "encourage the nigerian government to...". How do u "encourage" d govt? Who is going to do d encouragement? Is it d same citizens that are brutalised and deprived by d govt that u want to encourage d govt or is it d UN that should encourage d govt? U clearly saying that d govt led by buhari have no idea about what to do despite buhari being a retired major general. Every other point u made are in d same vein an indictment on buhari and his administration
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Xavfra(m): 8:20am On Jan 27
pansophist:
And all they have to do is send military men to go attack ESN guys that are protecting their ancestral land. How clueless and daft can the Nigerian government be?


Very foolish people.....
Instead of them to make peace with ESN then employ the as mercenaries to fight those bandits

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by wink2015: 8:26am On Jan 27
Oizatobad:
NOBODY GIVE BIRTH TO CHILDREN WITHOUT FUTURE PLAN EXEPT FOOLISH NIGERIAN UNDER RELIGION

The northerners are swelling the population of Nigeria with their unchecked birth control.

When they have produced so many children these children becomes beggars on the streets and some are recruited to Boko haram.

illiteracy and blind adherence to islamic religion is their problem in the north.

They misinterpret the Holy Koran upside down.

The Holy Koran did not say they should produced children that will become beggars but you see the northerners doing it.

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Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Jeffyblaq(m): 8:27am On Jan 27
COMPAQ:


What shocks me most in this country is how you hear militants, terrorists, herdsmen and whatever operate in an hour for 3 to 5 hours!! For goodness sake, that is enough time to fly 50 commandos by chopper to anywhere in Nigeria from Abuja.

Is our security response so useless? How can Boko Haram be attacking an army base for 5 hours and no help comes? It makes no sense. In that time, the I should be able to get an attack helicopter from the nearest NAF base to provide vital air support with superior weaponry to swing the battle back in Army's favour, even if they were indeed out numbered initially.

Better still, but there should be drones in the air 24/7 armed with air to surface missiles to provide cover. Modern military drones can stay in the air for 24 to 36 hours, so just 2 or 4 is okay for round the clock surveillance and military readiness.

But hey, what do I know.
If they truly want to end this menace, they actually know what to do
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by faste: 8:34am On Jan 27
[quote author=COMPAQ post=98480681]

What shocks me most in this country is how you hear militants, terrorists, herdsmen and whatever operate in an hour for 3 to 5 hours!! For goodness sake, that is enough time to fly 50 commandos by chopper to anywhere in Nigeria from Abuja.

Is our security response so useless? How can Boko Haram be attacking an army base for 5 hours and no help comes? It makes no sense. In that time, the I should be able to get an attack helicopter from the nearest NAF base to provide vital air support with superior weaponry to swing the battle back in Army's favour, even if they were indeed out numbered initially.

Better still, but there should be drones in the air 24/7 armed with air to surface missiles to provide cover. Modern military drones can stay in the air for 24 to 36 hours, so just 2 or 4 is okay for round t

]The nigeria armed forces are not interested in protecting and defending the homeland;They are currently being used as a tool for elite/ethnic oppression
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by vertueptime: 8:47am On Jan 27
Dss is not functioning in abj for the general wellbeing of the state, only to provide escorts to VIP, their absence is felt all over, on example almost all the man hole covers in abj have been stolen, even the replaced ones were stolen again, it's a shame

onuman:
ABUJA - A CITY UNDER SIEGE BY KIDNAPPERS.
JANUARY 26, 2021 10:07 AM



https://www.thecable.ng/abuja-under-siege-by-bandits-but-dss-army-after-agitators-in-south-east/amp?fbclid=IwAR1UFQ5jkMPiKrH_vdpDPyzh02dOu7c9TIN2GzDAPuSDLjJI3GVV8naPau4


Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by chichima5764: 9:30am On Jan 27
I GUESS ABUJA IS NOW MORE DANGEROUS THAN LAGOS
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Tonitoniton(m): 9:45am On Jan 27
boko haram is all over FCT. they are just waiting for the real big show and that will happen before the herdsman in aso rock is booted out.

he intends handing over to either shekau or any other of his killer kins men.


they want to up turn the country so as to settle their people in those lands they captured during the chaos
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by stacyadams: 10:01am On Jan 27
Until the service chiefs sit down and agree to end this insecurity ,by using hi tech and up to date military tools and proper motivation of the foot soldiers,,,we will continue jonsing ourselves in this country
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Blackdisciple(m): 10:05am On Jan 27
hmmm why number one Madam no go jakpa go Saudi she has to na.


And we are having ex military leader as president oo
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Gokoyer0(m): 10:21am On Jan 27
Copy and paste crew.. yawn
MANNABBQGRILLS post=98480348:
Our Humble Submission to the security issues in our darling nation,
Dealing with these security challenges requires a holistic engagement that addresses some systemic issues. However, in order to contend with the specific issues of the security situation and
the religious divides in our darling country, the international community will have to:

1. Encourage the Nigerian government to adopt a multi-pronged internal security and
counter-terrorism policy integrating political, civic, economic, humanitarian and regional
co-operation and emphasizing the accountability of internal security deployments.

2. Provide support to independent interfaith and co-existence initiatives as a credible platform
for managing religious tensions and promoting cooperation between religious groups.

3. Insist that the Nigerian Government take serious steps to ensure transparency and credible
anti-corruption efforts, especially in Nigeria’s petroleum sector, including the disclosure of
grand corruption in the management of the petroleum subsidy, and if necessary, making
this a pre-condition in on-going negotiations by Nigeria for access to multi-lateral.

4. The CHANGE we all seek for begins with us, report any suspicious movement or people in your vicinity.

Together we will win this war.
NIGERIA WILL SUCCEED.

We Rise
!
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Speaktruth88: 11:33am On Jan 27
CodeTemplar:
The need to change service chiefs was obvious.

This is the work for police and DSS. There needs to be a strong IG better than the people picked as service chiefs. Somebody that will perform execute without targeting the people they should be protecting
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by Oizatobad(m): 11:33am On Jan 27
wink2015:


The northerners are swelling the population of Nigeria with their unchecked birth control.

When they have produced so many children these children becomes beggars on the streets and some are recruited to Boko haram.

illiteracy and blind adherence to islamic religion is their problem in the north.

They misinterpret the Holy Koran upside down.

The Holy Koran did not say they should produced children that will become beggars but you see the northerners doing it.
hhhhmmmmm do more to
save nigeriA sir
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by phineas: 1:33pm On Jan 27
Who kidnaps orphans from an orphanage? This is a sign of a failed State if there is no Govt response to this matter.

Where is our outrage?

The perpetrators of this act must be found and brought to justice.
Re: Abuja Under Siege Of Unchecked Kidnap Rings by MiddleDimension: 3:47pm On Jan 27
The true colour of Abuja is beginning to show. those who say it is safer than Lagos can now see.
How on earth do you think it will be better, there truly is no job in the place while everyone has this fake idea that the place is where all the money in Nigeria is.
I am not surprised when someone here said all the man holes have been stolen away. That sounds like what happened to Lagos roads, especially the roads in Apapa, Ijora, Iddo, Costain, Oshodi, Mile 2, etc.

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