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  • Mon. Jan 17th, 2022

Summary From The Letter Ex President Olusegun Obasanjo Sent To President Buhari

Most times the words from Elders are always inspired by past experiences, and deep thinking about the present occurrence, and this what Ex President Olusegun Obasanjo has done in the letter he sent to President Muhammad Buhari.

He talked about the insecurity in the country, and other challenges that is facing the country, and he suggested He
revealed about four things that may happen if actions are not taking immediately it will lead to more havoc that may not be able to curb again.

The problems from Boko Haram terrorists in the Northern part of the country, is not an encouraging news for the country, even with the fact that President Buhari was elected to fight against the adverse challenge posed by insecurity in the country, which has been levitating in the country for more than ten years.

People are been kidnapped, killed, raped, and even destruction of properties in the nation. He said that the killer and Fulani herdsmen are treated and attended to with levity, which has led to increase in the activities of the terrorists, and increased banditry, kidnapping, armed robbery and much killing in the country.

He said that poor management is a major reason why terrorism has increased over the years in the country, which has led to more destruction, more killings, and more kidnapping, and even more violence. He gave an advise to the President, to make sure he takes appropriate action, and he should not slack with addressing the challenge immediately.

He said if care is not taking, other tribes like Fulani, Yoruba, Igbos and others will face more harm than good, if terrorism is not addressed, and which can be a strong push for breaking apart of the country.

We applaud Ex President Olusegun Obasanjo for his timely, and deep letter to the President..

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