Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information and Culture, has revealed steps taken by the Buhari-led administration to fight against Boko Haram insurgents.
According to the minister, the insurgents are no longer collecting tax from citizens because they no longer occupy any territory in the country.
The Minister who talked in a gathering with Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigerian (NPAN) in Lagos on Thursday December 3, focused on that the extremists are done gathering charge from residents since they at this point don’t involve any region in the nation.
“Presently, how about we put things in setting. Prior to Mr. President expected office, Boko Haram could walk around any city, particularly in the north, to do destructive assaults. Abuja, the country’s capital, Kano, Maiduguri, Jos, Damaturu, and so on were consistently focused on.
“Engine parks, chapels, mosques, shopping edifices were not saved. Today, that is a relic of times gone by. Self destruction planes used to have a field day exploding their bombs and killing blameless individuals.
“Today, that is not true anymore. Exploding ad libbed touchy gadgets (IEDs) used to be a lethal strategy of Boko Haram. Today, that has changed.
“Boko Haram used to possess an area, ousting and introducing Emirs and gathering charges. That is not true anymore. These progressions are not simple luck. They are essential for the triumphs recorded by the military, under this president.”
The Minister likewise charged those disclosing to President Buhari to leave, of playing filthy governmental issues. He said the requires the president to leave each time there is a misfortune in the battle on dread “is an unnecessary interruption and modest politicking”.
“In the wake of the slaughtering, there have been brings in certain quarters for Mr. President to leave.
Indeed, let me state here that this call adds up to playing filthy legislative issues with the issue of security, and it is modest and reckless. Mr. President was chosen in 2015 for a four-year term and reappointed in 2019 for an additional four-year term.
No measure of crazy calls for renunciation will keep him from serving out his term.