Despite its problems, Nigeria remains one of the friendliest places to visit, according to Buhari


Despite its many difficulties, Nigeria, according to President Muhammadu Buhari, is still one of the world's most welcoming nations.

Speaking on Thursday, July 14, at the senior course 44 graduation ceremony of the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, Kaduna, Buhari said that despite its difficulties, Nigeria is still one of the friendliest places to visit or reside in. He also urged officers to do their best to increase security.

Buhari said: "We shall be deploying all aspects of our national strength in guaranteeing security, a just society, peaceful coexistence, national unity, and sustainable development while promoting our good standing abroad," according to a statement by Garba Shehu, the presidential spokesman.

"The Armed Forces of Nigeria have responded commendably to the actions of separatists, armed militias, banditry, militancy, kidnapping, and other threats," the statement reads.

To guarantee that the desired outcomes are realised, this government will continue to offer the necessary direction and assistance. In fact, neither the West African subregion nor our beloved continent of Africa are immune to these dangers. Recent terrorist strikes in Nigeria have exhibited characteristics of national and transnational rebels attempting to wreak havoc both in Nigeria and in its neighbours.

It will be your responsibility to take on these terrorists and insurgents, eliminate them from the planet, and restore peace to our nations.

Buhari continued by saying that "African countries must continue to work together at all levels, be it tactical, operational, and strategic" in order to confront security challenges.


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