– President Muhammadu Buhari has launched Nigeria’s security roadmap
– The roadmap outlines effective ways to tackle threats to the security of Nigerians throughout the country
– The president said that the strategy will guarantee a more secure environment for all Nigerians
The new national security roadmap tagged Restoring Security to Nigeria was on Wednesday, December 4, launched by President Muhammadu Buhari. The ceremony took place at the Aso Rock chamber of the presidential villa in Abuja before the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting was held, The Nation reports.
The security strategy prioritises the security lives and applies innovative and more effective methods dealing with issues bordering on national threats.
The document was presented by Mohammad Babagana, the National Security Adviser (NSA) during the launch.
At the event, President Buhari said that the launch will bring about a safer and more more secure atmosphere for Nigerians.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that President Buhari on Tuesday, December 3, hailed the Nigerian Army on its efforts to deal with insecurity in the country.
The president said this during the chief of Nigerian Army staff conference in Kaduna state, Channels.
He said that his administration will do its most to work with the military in both tackling insecurity and protecting the lives and properties of citizens of the country.
He admitted that the Nigerian Army has challenges in the areas of training, manpower, infrastructure and healthcare for soldiers.
The president said: “I am highly impressed with the conduct of operations that continue to flush out the terrorists from their enclaves. I ask you to sustain these great efforts.
“Let me again reiterate our government’s resolve to do everything within its constitutional power to ensure the security and safety of law-abiding citizens.”