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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Saifullah01: 8:44pm On Jun 10
oya awon he hates us. the floor is yours.
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by SaintLucia: 8:44pm On Jun 10
And he also reminded the IPOB that they are dot in a circle without access to anywhere. grin

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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Coldshisha: 8:45pm On Jun 10
Survival of the fittest

You hold AK 47 security forces hold one too

Sharpshooter wins
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Duvet1950: 8:45pm On Jun 10
presidency:
President Buhari’s Speech at the Handing Over of Security Equipment By Governor of Lagos State to Lagos State Police Command

Protocols:

I am very pleased to be here today to witness the handing over of newly-acquired security equipment and assets to the Lagos State Police Command, by His Excellency the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on behalf of the Lagos State Security Trust Fund.

There is no doubt that these new equipment being handed over today will go a long way in boosting the morale of the Police, and further enhance their capacity to fight crime and combat criminality. This is even more touching in the light of the unwarranted violence that ensued in the wake of the ENDSARS protests last October, which saw the security architecture in Lagos state being severely damaged.

It is commendable that Lagos State, the Centre of Excellence, has shown a truly resilient spirit, in the face of the massive destruction it suffered last October. You did not allow yourselves to be deterred by the severe setback; instead you have bounced back and are now boldly rebuilding the confidence of residents and investors in the State.


I acknowledge the initiative taken to kick-start the rebuilding process, through the establishment of the Lagos State Rebuild Trust Fund, and through this very laudable effort by the Lagos State Security Trust Fund. I enjoin other State Governments to emulate your bold, proactive and resourceful initiative.

The Federal Government takes very seriously our constitutional oath to secure the lives and properties of the Nigerian people. We are well aware of the fact that lasting security is a necessary foundation for business, investment and true prosperity.

This is why we have demonstrated, and continue to demonstrate, our commitment to comprehensive Police reform in Nigeria. Indeed, no Federal Government since 1999 has been as committed as our administration, to reforming and repositioning the Nigeria Police Force and national policing architecture.

In 2019, I signed into law the Act establishing the Nigeria Police Trust Fund, the first in the history of the Force, to provide guaranteed funding to support Police welfare, logistics and equipment.

In September 2020, I assented to the Bill amending the Nigeria Police Act, which was originally enacted in 1943. This new Act, a vast improvement over the old one, among other things spells out the modalities for the implementation of a National Community Policing Scheme in Nigeria. This new scheme will build confidence within our local communities and make them active stakeholders in the safety and security of their environs.

We are currently recruiting 10,000 new Police officers to reinforce our personnel capacity across the country. In addition to this, I have directed the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission to carry out an upward review of Police Salaries and Benefits. Let me also use this opportunity to commend the leadership of the Force for the reforms being implemented in the area of Police Pensions.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen; even as we strive to improve Police welfare and capacity, we equally have our expectations of them. First let me commend the Inspector-General of Police and the entire Force for the recent efforts to restore peace to troubled parts of the country.

I have charged the Inspector-General to leave no stone unturned in rebuilding the morale of his officers and men, especially in the aftermath of the mindless violence associated with the EndSARS protests, as well as the recent spate of attacks on Police Stations in some parts of the country.

A nation that turns its Police personnel and infrastructure into targets of violence and destruction is a nation on the path of self-destruction. We will act firmly and decisively against any and all persons fomenting or carrying out attacks on our Police Force and other security personnel.

Let me also use this opportunity to reiterate that my directive to security agencies, to shoot any person or persons found illegally wielding AK-47s and other assault weapons, remains in place.

As Commander-in-chief, my primary responsibility remains the security of the country and the safety of all citizens. Despite the many challenges we are facing, I want Nigerians to rest assured that we will secure this country. We will secure our infrastructure, our highways, our communities, and our forests, and we will secure the lives of our people.

To effectively accomplish this goal, however, we require the support of all stakeholders, including the other tiers of government, and non-government actors like traditional, community and religious leaders, the private sector, civil society organisations, and citizens themselves.

Security is a collective effort, and credible intelligence, which is a necessary ingredient for preventing and fighting crime, cannot be obtained without the full cooperation of citizens and communities.

Once again, let me commend Lagos State for what you are doing in the areas of reinforcement and support for the security agencies in the State.

Let me also commend all of the private sector partners who have risen up to the challenge and partnered wonderfully with the State Government in its ongoing battle to quell the upsurge of crime and insecurity in the state.

It is my hope that this public/private sector partnership will be an example to others to demonstrate similar acts of generosity and responsibility.

Let me now again express my gratitude to the Lagos State Government for extending an invitation to me to join you at this handing-over ceremony.

Thank you, God bless Lagos State, and God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

We want to see the LIVE video not still photo of the freaking IMPOSTOR!
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by seyz91(m): 8:45pm On Jun 10
cheesy
Commentor:


See Nairaland.

Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by hope4nigeria(m): 8:46pm On Jun 10
Buhari, just shut up, if you say nothing, nothing will go wrong
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by donnie(m): 8:49pm On Jun 10
RichAbujaGuy:


Our governors have been given the green light to use their powers to help rid the land of the scum.

All 36 of dem. wink

Herdsmen: Buhari To Governors 'Don’t Sit Idly Expecting Me To Do Everything'

https://www.nairaland.com/6596371/herdsmen-buhari-governors-dont-sit

Well let's see how they'll go about it. They neither control the police nor army. If the people defend themselves and get rid of the terrorists, the governors will start getting calls from Abuja.

Only a governor that is ready to damn the consequences will succeed. Gov. Ortom and his Benue people are very foolish.
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by discusant: 8:50pm On Jun 10
presidency:
President Buhari’s Speech at the Handing Over of Security Equipment By Governor of Lagos State to Lagos State Police Command

Protocols:

I am very pleased to be here today to witness the handing over of newly-acquired security equipment and assets to the Lagos State Police Command, by His Excellency the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on behalf of the Lagos State Security Trust Fund.

There is no doubt that these new equipment being handed over today will go a long way in boosting the morale of the Police, and further enhance their capacity to fight crime and combat criminality. This is even more touching in the light of the unwarranted violence that ensued in the wake of the ENDSARS protests last October, which saw the security architecture in Lagos state being severely damaged.

It is commendable that Lagos State, the Centre of Excellence, has shown a truly resilient spirit, in the face of the massive destruction it suffered last October. You did not allow yourselves to be deterred by the severe setback; instead you have bounced back and are now boldly rebuilding the confidence of residents and investors in the State.


I acknowledge the initiative taken to kick-start the rebuilding process, through the establishment of the Lagos State Rebuild Trust Fund, and through this very laudable effort by the Lagos State Security Trust Fund. I enjoin other State Governments to emulate your bold, proactive and resourceful initiative.

The Federal Government takes very seriously our constitutional oath to secure the lives and properties of the Nigerian people. We are well aware of the fact that lasting security is a necessary foundation for business, investment and true prosperity.

This is why we have demonstrated, and continue to demonstrate, our commitment to comprehensive Police reform in Nigeria. Indeed, no Federal Government since 1999 has been as committed as our administration, to reforming and repositioning the Nigeria Police Force and national policing architecture.

In 2019, I signed into law the Act establishing the Nigeria Police Trust Fund, the first in the history of the Force, to provide guaranteed funding to support Police welfare, logistics and equipment.

In September 2020, I assented to the Bill amending the Nigeria Police Act, which was originally enacted in 1943. This new Act, a vast improvement over the old one, among other things spells out the modalities for the implementation of a National Community Policing Scheme in Nigeria. This new scheme will build confidence within our local communities and make them active stakeholders in the safety and security of their environs.

We are currently recruiting 10,000 new Police officers to reinforce our personnel capacity across the country. In addition to this, I have directed the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission to carry out an upward review of Police Salaries and Benefits. Let me also use this opportunity to commend the leadership of the Force for the reforms being implemented in the area of Police Pensions.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen; even as we strive to improve Police welfare and capacity, we equally have our expectations of them. First let me commend the Inspector-General of Police and the entire Force for the recent efforts to restore peace to troubled parts of the country.

I have charged the Inspector-General to leave no stone unturned in rebuilding the morale of his officers and men, especially in the aftermath of the mindless violence associated with the EndSARS protests, as well as the recent spate of attacks on Police Stations in some parts of the country.

A nation that turns its Police personnel and infrastructure into targets of violence and destruction is a nation on the path of self-destruction. We will act firmly and decisively against any and all persons fomenting or carrying out attacks on our Police Force and other security personnel.

Let me also use this opportunity to reiterate that my directive to security agencies, to shoot any person or persons found illegally wielding AK-47s and other assault weapons, remains in place.

As Commander-in-chief, my primary responsibility remains the security of the country and the safety of all citizens. Despite the many challenges we are facing, I want Nigerians to rest assured that we will secure this country. We will secure our infrastructure, our highways, our communities, and our forests, and we will secure the lives of our people.

To effectively accomplish this goal, however, we require the support of all stakeholders, including the other tiers of government, and non-government actors like traditional, community and religious leaders, the private sector, civil society organisations, and citizens themselves.

Security is a collective effort, and credible intelligence, which is a necessary ingredient for preventing and fighting crime, cannot be obtained without the full cooperation of citizens and communities.

Once again, let me commend Lagos State for what you are doing in the areas of reinforcement and support for the security agencies in the State.

Let me also commend all of the private sector partners who have risen up to the challenge and partnered wonderfully with the State Government in its ongoing battle to quell the upsurge of crime and insecurity in the state.

It is my hope that this public/private sector partnership will be an example to others to demonstrate similar acts of generosity and responsibility.

Let me now again express my gratitude to the Lagos State Government for extending an invitation to me to join you at this handing-over ceremony.

Thank you, God bless Lagos State, and God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Mr Buhari, stop playing these tricks:
1) you vowed before a large crowd of Moslems in Kaduna in 2001 that you would not stop fighting until Islamic Sharia criminal justice system is applied in all the states of Nigeria.


2) you know that insecurity of unmanageable proportions crept into Nigeria since the 12 northern sharia states adopted unconstitutional Islamic Sharia criminal justice system in a secular country Nigeria with multi religious faiths.

3) you know that Boko Haram which says it’s fighting for a Nigeria to be governed with Islamic Sharia criminal justice system emerged shortly after the adoption of Islamic Sharia criminal justice by the sharia states.

You know that the kidnappers, armed Fulani herdsmen and bandits from the northern states are offshoots of Boko Haram terrorism.
4) you know that these terrorists have moved down the south of Nigeria doing mayhem here and there.
5) you know that your struggle to use RUGA for settlement of Fulani in all the states of Nigeria is part of your plot towards Fulanization and Islamization of all of Nigeria.

What insecurity do you think you are fighting while your actions, inaction and utterances fuel insecurity and bloodshed in Nigeria?
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by adecz: 8:50pm On Jun 10
▶️▶️ But the "directive" should only
be compiled with � against IPOB ��❓❗️❗️
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Aromas: 8:51pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

You dey well � � �
Your head get brain
You've sense to make use of the brain.
Not like those ipob
Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Farki: 8:54pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.

He meant well, that's why he closed the borders and allowed many Nigerians to starve.

He meant well, that's why he allowed the corrupt Akpabio to keep his job.

He meant well, that's why he sent soldiers to kill protesters but engages bandits in dialogue.

He meant well, that's why he can't upgrade a Nigerian hospital and would rather spend Nigerian tax money in the UK.

He meant well, that's why he's shielding Burrito from persecution with his bogus ambassadorial appointment.

Nigeria bought the Super Tucano planes Buhari promised would fight terrorism from the US and even trained the pilots yet you're here telling bold lies. They keep issuing statements and offering assistance yet Buharic and mumuric zombies will forget all that when they ask your useless president to follow due process and stop acting like a child.

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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by gaftsoil(m): 8:54pm On Jun 10
Commentor:


See Nairaland.

U de 4 Nigeria? I wan buy dollar
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by RichAbujaGuy: 8:56pm On Jun 10
donnie:


Well let's see how they'll go about it. They neither control the police or army. If the people defend themselves and get rid of the terrorists, the governors will start getting calls from Abuja.

Only a governor that is ready to damn the consequences will succeed. Gov. Ortom and his Benue people are foolish.

I always see police and army on governor's security detail. I don't know the law but many of dem could be reassigned to handle the insecurity scourge plaguing he nation.
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by dmbb: 8:57pm On Jun 10
FILEBE:



Okay wetin? Space booker . Lol



So, Fulani herdsmen with Ak 47 would be shot on sight okay o
Fulanis are peace loving people, I am referring to dot in a circle
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by blackmaine: 8:57pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.
He's just sounding like a Saint bro, Buhari is evil , all fulanis are terrorist , USA know that's why they can't sell any armoury to terrorist driven countries
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Austineva2: 8:57pm On Jun 10
liketerm:
Best decision ever taken by any Nigeria President, We Dont negotiate with terrorist and their sympathizers.
hope ur herdsmen terrorists being protected by d army won't be excluded? If no then get out

Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by discusant: 8:58pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), [b]same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists [/b]suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.


You accuse the US of not helping Nigeria over Nigeria’s insecurity problems:

FYI, the US came to help Nigeria to fight Boko Haram but left after the US Marines found out that millions of Moslems in northern Nigeria were in sympathy with Boko Haram fighters. Boko Haram fighters share the same objective with political and religious leaders in the 12 northern sharia states for a Nigeria to be governed with Islamic Sharia criminal justice system.

Military hardware acquired by Nigeria elsewhere are used to fight the Non Moslems in southern regions of Nigeria, or end up in the hands of Boko Haram fighters.
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Cubalabloo(m): 9:00pm On Jun 10
Let that directive be directed towards his terrorist herdsmen brethren too. It will do us more good.
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by sweerychick(f): 9:01pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.
If PMB means well for Nigeria he would have acted fast when herdsmen were busy slaughtering people across the nation, if he meant well for the country he would have honored the national confab organised by GEJ, if BUBU meant well for Nigeria why's all his appointment lopsided only northern people. If PMB meant well why did he act swiftly towards ESN who decided to protect their own people from criminal herdsmen killing and destroying farm lands across south east. This man has no respect for human rights, no respect for the constitution.. all he does is to favor his own.. I'm sorry to say this but PMB only means well for the Fulani North and not Nigeria

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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Joysticks(m): 9:04pm On Jun 10
Kill ipob but spare bandits and Fulani herdsmen-Buhari.

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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Austineva2: 9:07pm On Jun 10
Ebenezer2021:
IPOB/ESN/UGM and all criminal elements perpetrating violence in the SE and SS would be treated in the language they won't understand
hope ur herdsmen terrorists organization being guided by d zoo army aren't excluded? If then get out

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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by laughitall(m): 9:08pm On Jun 10
sonnie10:
Plenty talk talk. No action.
nigerians are mad .. if he no talk una go complain .. he talk now still complaining.. crazy ass people
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by praise010(m): 9:08pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
.

Are you really a Christian?
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Joshmuch: 9:08pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.
BMC crew, may your life be like that of Nigeria led by Buhari. Nonsense!!!!

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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by SonOfTheRisingS: 9:08pm On Jun 10
Thank God Eastern Security Network ESN is implementing this Buhari's directives.

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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by donnie(m): 9:11pm On Jun 10
RichAbujaGuy:


I always see police and army on governor's security detail. I don't know the law but many of dem could be reassigned to handle the insecurity scourge plaguing he nation.

Governors that are even looking to fortify their personal security these days. They do not even control the C.P.
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by hardbody: 9:11pm On Jun 10
presidency:
President Buhari’s Speech at the Handing Over of Security Equipment By Governor of Lagos State to Lagos State Police Command

Protocols:

I am very pleased to be here today to witness the handing over of newly-acquired security equipment and assets to the Lagos State Police Command, by His Excellency the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on behalf of the Lagos State Security Trust Fund.

There is no doubt that these new equipment being handed over today will go a long way in boosting the morale of the Police, and further enhance their capacity to fight crime and combat criminality. This is even more touching in the light of the unwarranted violence that ensued in the wake of the ENDSARS protests last October, which saw the security architecture in Lagos state being severely damaged.

It is commendable that Lagos State, the Centre of Excellence, has shown a truly resilient spirit, in the face of the massive destruction it suffered last October. You did not allow yourselves to be deterred by the severe setback; instead you have bounced back and are now boldly rebuilding the confidence of residents and investors in the State.


I acknowledge the initiative taken to kick-start the rebuilding process, through the establishment of the Lagos State Rebuild Trust Fund, and through this very laudable effort by the Lagos State Security Trust Fund. I enjoin other State Governments to emulate your bold, proactive and resourceful initiative.

The Federal Government takes very seriously our constitutional oath to secure the lives and properties of the Nigerian people. We are well aware of the fact that lasting security is a necessary foundation for business, investment and true prosperity.

This is why we have demonstrated, and continue to demonstrate, our commitment to comprehensive Police reform in Nigeria. Indeed, no Federal Government since 1999 has been as committed as our administration, to reforming and repositioning the Nigeria Police Force and national policing architecture.

In 2019, I signed into law the Act establishing the Nigeria Police Trust Fund, the first in the history of the Force, to provide guaranteed funding to support Police welfare, logistics and equipment.

In September 2020, I assented to the Bill amending the Nigeria Police Act, which was originally enacted in 1943. This new Act, a vast improvement over the old one, among other things spells out the modalities for the implementation of a National Community Policing Scheme in Nigeria. This new scheme will build confidence within our local communities and make them active stakeholders in the safety and security of their environs.

We are currently recruiting 10,000 new Police officers to reinforce our personnel capacity across the country. In addition to this, I have directed the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission to carry out an upward review of Police Salaries and Benefits. Let me also use this opportunity to commend the leadership of the Force for the reforms being implemented in the area of Police Pensions.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen; even as we strive to improve Police welfare and capacity, we equally have our expectations of them. First let me commend the Inspector-General of Police and the entire Force for the recent efforts to restore peace to troubled parts of the country.

I have charged the Inspector-General to leave no stone unturned in rebuilding the morale of his officers and men, especially in the aftermath of the mindless violence associated with the EndSARS protests, as well as the recent spate of attacks on Police Stations in some parts of the country.

A nation that turns its Police personnel and infrastructure into targets of violence and destruction is a nation on the path of self-destruction. We will act firmly and decisively against any and all persons fomenting or carrying out attacks on our Police Force and other security personnel.

Let me also use this opportunity to reiterate that my directive to security agencies, to shoot any person or persons found illegally wielding AK-47s and other assault weapons, remains in place.

As Commander-in-chief, my primary responsibility remains the security of the country and the safety of all citizens. Despite the many challenges we are facing, I want Nigerians to rest assured that we will secure this country. We will secure our infrastructure, our highways, our communities, and our forests, and we will secure the lives of our people.

To effectively accomplish this goal, however, we require the support of all stakeholders, including the other tiers of government, and non-government actors like traditional, community and religious leaders, the private sector, civil society organisations, and citizens themselves.

Security is a collective effort, and credible intelligence, which is a necessary ingredient for preventing and fighting crime, cannot be obtained without the full cooperation of citizens and communities.

Once again, let me commend Lagos State for what you are doing in the areas of reinforcement and support for the security agencies in the State.

Let me also commend all of the private sector partners who have risen up to the challenge and partnered wonderfully with the State Government in its ongoing battle to quell the upsurge of crime and insecurity in the state.

It is my hope that this public/private sector partnership will be an example to others to demonstrate similar acts of generosity and responsibility.

Let me now again express my gratitude to the Lagos State Government for extending an invitation to me to join you at this handing-over ceremony.

Thank you, God bless Lagos State, and God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

I did not bother reading it for several reasons

1. It was not written by Buhari

2. If there is a Buhari, he doesn't even know what has been written there

3. There is indeed no Buhari, so why worry

4. I do not read lies.
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by RichAbujaGuy: 9:16pm On Jun 10
donnie:


Governors that are even looking to fortify their personal security these days. They do not even control the C.P.

Some governors/politicians, past and present are part and parcel of the insecurity. They function well in chaos.

Ex-governors, senators own 130 Dubai assets
https://thenationonlineng.net/ex-governors-senators-own-130-dubai-assets/
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Gaddafih001: 9:17pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.
So killing Biafrans will solve your problems?
As the Germans couldn’t annihilate the Jews,as the British couldn’t do same to Nigeria,your mercenaries can’t do shit.
As small as you think they are,they have never dragged land with anyone,have been made to suffer abinitio still you are not satisfied.
Whatever you planned against them will revert back to you and what you stand for.
I won’t drag your ethnic nationals into this because everyone no be mumu like you..

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Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by suratwo62: 9:18pm On Jun 10
RichAbujaGuy:
"Let me also use this opportunity to reiterate that my directive to security agencies, to shoot any person or persons found illegally wielding AK-47s and other assault weapons, remains in place."

Bye bye, bad guys, terrorists, hired thugs, communal clashers, and armed robbers.

Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by Basicend: 9:18pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.

Are u ok bro. . Mean well at N510 to dollar. . NEPA tariff issues . . Economy. .
Re: My Directive On Criminals With AK-47 Remains In Place - PMB by tegrianonigltd(m): 9:19pm On Jun 10
KingOfAmebo:
You may not like him or his policies but I have come to realize that he meant well for Nigeria...

He banned twitter (a US Company), same US who have not been vocal in our security challenges and refused to sell us weapons to fight terrorists suddenly found their voice when our oga at the top banned twitter (an app)... what an irony?

Twitter can go to hell, we have been existing before twitter and will continue to exist as a nation after their exit.

IPOB miscreants can continue to rant and cry, nothing will change.

Even if they succeed in having their own country, someone should please remind the senseless biafrans that they already look like an island surrounded in Nigeria, just look at the map below....crushing them and their existence won't last more than a year.

Try get visa to live abroad, don’t try to defend rubbish, defend people who don’t understand basic understanding of HUMANITY, human compassion.

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