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Monday, 28 March 2016

Nigeria’s former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, has urged the military to intensify mop up operations in liberated villages in northeast Nigeria, as displaced persons prepare to return home.

The previous president, who is in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, on a two-day acclimation visit in the University of Maiduguri, said in spite of the fact that the war against agitators was a long way from being done, there was confirmation that the Nigerian Army was winning.

Obasanjo's last visit to Maiduguri was in September 2011 at the warmth of the six year old insurrection.

He trusts that security in the agitated town has significantly enhanced contrasted with the circumstance amid his last visit.

"We are not out of the forested areas yet but rather it will show up we can see the light past the passage.

"There is most likely with the consolidated endeavors of the neighborhood, state, elected and the group level that our security strengths are on ascendency over the powers of obliteration." Obasanjo told the State Governor, Kashim Shettima, in a meeting held at the Government House.

The octogenarian is sure that "in light of current circumstances all Internally Displaced Persons ought to have cleared improvised camps and come back to their towns by December this year".

Obasanjo, a resigned military general, said he had been conversing with Nigeria's leader, Muhammad Buhari, on the best way to deal with the insurrection issue and compassionate issues encompassing it.

Obasanjo said he was disheartened by the disturbing number of Widows and vagrants brought about by uprising, keeping up that they should be engaged and given life once more, as they get ready to return home.

Senator Kashim Shettima concurred with the previous President on the enhanced security circumstance in the state and the need to bolster casualties of rebellion, as the state keeps on checking its tremendous misfortunes.

As indicated by the Governor, no less than one million private homes, 512 elementary schools, 38 auxiliary schools, 201 medicinal services focuses, 1630 water sources and 665 civil structures were among decimation completed by Boko Haram terrorists.

This is notwithstanding other fantastic misfortunes that had constrained the administration to spend state reserves on pay to casualties to prevent them from joining Boko Haram.

Shettima is cheerful that the end of Boko Haram is close while calling for Federal Government's help with the continuous modifying venture the state government is embraced.


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