No Time For Blaming — Sultan Of Sokoto

No Time For Blaming — Sultan Of Sokoto

In proposing solutions to Nigeria’s insecurity, royal fathers and religious leaders have stated that all stakeholders in the Nigerian project must avoid the blame game and rise together to avoid a total descent into anarchy.

The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, said at the valedictory/welcome dinner for the new/old presidents of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Abuja on Thursday night: “Just yesterday (Wednesday), 20 innocent souls drowned in Sokoto while fleeing terrorist attacks.”

“The fact that we have been discussing insecurity should be enough for us to wake up, come together, and face our challenges, because it will consume all of us if we fail or sit down and blame one another.”…Continue Reading

“The blame game never helps anyone. The sooner we learn the truth about this issue of insecurity, the better for all of us.”

“I think the issue of unemployment across the country is a ticking time bomb,” he said, recommending a practical solution. So many hungry young people are loitering and doing nothing. We all know that a hungry brain is an angry brain. So we must find a way to eliminate unemployment from our lives.

“I want to assure you that we have a lot to do together and that we will do our best with all honesty, sincerity, and fear of Almighty God.”

Nonetheless, President Buhari must replace key security chiefs and hire competent personnel because the anti-insurgency campaign will fail unless there is a coordinator and a realistic, intelligence-led strategy.

To defeat criminality and terrorism, a strategy should be developed that brings together all policing, intelligence, military, and political resources.

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