KADUNA/Nigeria: Worried by the unending security challenge in the country, the Retired Army, Navy and Air Force Officers (RANAO) Associations of Nigeria, has lamented Federal Government’s inability to proffer solutions to the problems.
While urging Nigerians to defend themselves against Boko Haram and incessant herders attacks and killings across the country, they argued that insecurity in Nigeria has been turned into a business venture.
Its National President, Major General Alexander Mshelbwala (rtd.), pointed out that Nigerians are turning insecurity into a business, while saying that the Boko Haram terrorists cannot spend more than five days in the bush without food, just as he wondered why the military should allow supply.
He attributed the development to the country’s deteriorating civil responsibility and advised the people against relying entirely on the military for internal insecurity, adding that internal security should be everybody’s business.
Speaking to journalists at the end of its ninth celebration in Kaduna, Mshelbwala said the authorities should go after those who are supplying Boko Haram food, weapons, logistics and military hard wares to end the killings and insurgency.
Source: The Guardian Newspaper