Insecurity in Northern Nigeria Worse Under Buhari Than Tinubu –Shehu Sani

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Former Senator Shehu Sani has made a bold claim that the insecurity challenges facing northern Nigeria were more severe during the administration of ex-President Muhammadu Buhari than under the current government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Sani made this statement while speaking at the 40th anniversary and reunion of the ’84 set of Kagara Old Boys Association in Minna, Niger State.

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The former lawmaker pointed out that there is evidence that many top terrorists in the Northern region have been eliminated by security forces, a feat he attributed to the current administration.

He expressed support for the temporary relocation of Government Science College, Kagara, as suggested by the Niger State Government, but emphasized that the school should be moved back to Kagara once the security situation improves.

Sani’s comments come as a surprise, given the widespread insecurity that has plagued the region in recent years.

He said, “The security challenges would be over in the whole country because what we have now is better than the one we had during the Buhari administration. There are every evidence that many of the top terrorists have been eliminated by our security forces. And if you compare what we are having today to what we have had yesterday, it is still the best.”

“Under Buhari administration, we had aeries of attacks on schools including attacks on Green Field University, Kaduna, Bathel Batist school, Kaduna, Government Science College, Kagara, Federal Government Girls’ College, Yauri, Federal School of agricultural Mechanisation, Mando, Government Secondary school, Kankara, Government Secondary school, Jangibe, all under Buhari administration. So, we are hopeful that things would be better.

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“It is unfortunate that the schools that produced some of the best hands in the history of this country are today the ruins of what they used to be. We must tell ourselves the fundamental truth that as long as we don’t provide education for our own young ones, we would be creating a force that we would not be able to contain in future.

“Northern Nigeria must take education seriously; we lag behind in education; we have the highest number of out of school children today. The activities of bandits and terrorists have destroyed the education fabrics and basis of northern Nigeria.

“The school we used to call our own has been deserted because bandits have once attacked the school and took hostage of students and some teachers.”

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