The National Secretary of the group, Malam Attahiru Adamu revealed this in a press conference today in Kaduna.
According to Adamu, it is vital for every Nigerian to support the Federal Government and security agencies to tackle the problems in the country because politicizing the security problem is very dangerous.
He added that he appreciates the efforts of governors of Zamfara, Sokoto and Katsina states in making Nigeria a peaceful place.
His words, “Politicizing the issue of national security by some groups of do-no good among our political elites is much dangerous and pose a serious threat and concern to challenges facing our dear country today,
“There is urgent need for all Nigerians to unite and support the efforts of both the Federal and state governments towards fighting crimes such as insurgency, banditry, kidnapping, armed robbery among others.”
“They are only seeking the dismissal of the security chiefs in order to see the appointment of those they can push around to do their bidding at the expense of our collective interest.”
“One of the typical examples of such are the initiative done and change of narratives by the personal and official efforts of Zamfara state governor, Alhaji Bello Matawalle, which has made the state safer than it was during past administration.
“Within few months in office, he brought all his colleagues in Sokoto, Katsina to accept road map of entering accord with bandits in exchange of peace to their states.
“Suffice to state that, with commitment, support and goodwill this issue of banditry, kidnapping and other crimes in our region can be reduced and eradicated completely.”
“We urge all Nigerians irrespective of political lineage to support these efforts by contributing immensely to the unity, political cohesion and peace among all Nigerians.
”We commend the efforts of governors of Zamfara, Sokoto and Katsina states, particularly over their role in achieving effective resolutions by way of reconciliation and peace accord with bandits so as to remedy the issue of security challenges confronting their states.”