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Nigeria’s Insecurity Is Not Different From A Civil War – Ohaneze Ndigbo

OHANEZE NDIGBO

OHANEZE NDIGBO

Ohaneze Ndigbo has come out to say that the current level of insecurity in Nigeria is no different from a civil war.

Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the parent Igbo parent body, Mr. Chuks Ibegbu revealed this while reacting to the Emir of Daura who hinted at the same thing.

According to him, it might not be an official civil war, but there is no difference between that and what we are battling now.

He added that the insecurity in the country is very scary and devastating, and something must be done about it asap.

His words, “The Emir is right. We are not in an official civil war but in an unofficial civil war.

“Insecurity in the country is so scary and it is so devastating. The only difference between now and the civil war is that this one is unofficial, that’s all. It’s unofficial but it’s tantamount to war.”

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Muhammadu Buhari GCFR (born 17 December 1942) is a Nigerian politician currently serving as the President of Nigeria, in office since 2015. He is a retired major general in the Nigerian Army and previously served as the nation’s head of state from 31 December 1983 to 27 August 1985, after taking power in a military coup d’état. The term Buharism is ascribed to the Buhari military government.

He unsuccessfully ran for the office of president of Nigeria in the 2003, 2007, and 2011 general elections. In December 2014, he emerged as the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress for the March 2015 general elections. Buhari won the election, defeating the incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan. This marked the first time in the history of Nigeria that an incumbent president lost to an opposition candidate in a general election. He was sworn in on 29 May 2015. In February 2019, Buhari was re-elected President, defeating his closest rival Atiku Abubakar by over 3 million votes.

Buhari has stated that he takes responsibility for anything over which he presided during his military rule, and that he cannot change the past. He has described himself as a “converted democrat”.

Muhammadu Buhari was born to a Fulani family on 17 December 1942, in Daura, Katsina State, to his father Hardo Adamu, a Fulani chief, and mother Zulaihat. He is the twenty-third child of his father. Buhari was raised by his mother, after his father died when he was about four years old.

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