Arewa Youths urge Buhari to seek ‘foreign help’ over Insecurity


A prominent Northern group, Arewa Youths Assembly has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to seek ‘foreign help’ regarding the insecurity the country is struggling with.

A statement by the group’s speaker, Mohammed Salihu Danlami, read:

“We urge Mr President to seek foreign help in his bid to make Nigeria a safer place, as available evidence point to the fact that our numerous Generals without war experience can’t fight the ragtag terrorists who have taken charge of rural areas and are now threatening the nation capital.”

The group also stressed that the NSA has overstayed his positive thinking thereby making him no longer worthy of occupying the most sensitive office in the presidential villa.

“We can’t continue to fold our arms and watch our people being killed with little or no effort from the powers that be and if this continues unabated, we will be forced to mobilise our members in the Northern part of the country to resort to self-help.

“By this, we wish to reiterate our call on Mr President to Sack the NSA who has run out of ideas with immediate effect failure of which we will be forced to occupy the NSA’s office in the next 14 days,” the statement read in part.