Defence News NG
Cover

Insecurity: The end has come to terrorist activities in the north – Bello

The Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, has said the end has come to terrorists’ activities and other forms of insecurity in the North.

Bello said this in reaction to his appointment as the chairman of the security committee created by the Northern States Governors’ Forum to address insecurity in the region.

Bello spoke through the state Commissioner for Information and Communications, Mr Kingsley Fanwo, when a group, Alliance for Peace, paid him a visit.

The governor said the time to defeat terror had come and there would be no hiding place for criminals.

He said, “As you are aware, the North has taken a decisive position. We will work hard with all committee members to ensure security and the whole of the North is strongly rooting for success in the new assignment.”

Earlier, the spokesperson for the group, Tolulope Ige, commended the governor for being “a good ambassador of the youth across the country.”

Also Check Out:

New police CP promises to improve police presence in Imo

Defence News Ng

NAF to eliminate remnant of terrorists in northeast – CAS

Defence News Ng

I’ll resign if asked to do anything unlawful — Bawa

Defence News Ng

Gov. Mohammed explains comments on herders carrying Ak-47 rifles for self defence

Defence News Ng

Obasanjo Urges Nigerians To Pray Hard Ahead Of 2021

Defence News Ng

COVID-19 is a hoax, says Kogi governor

Defence News Ng

FEC approves N6.2bn for FCT projects, 40 scan devices for NAFDAC

Defence News Ng

Benefits of AKK Gas Pipeline Project — President Buhari

Defence News Ng

DSS boss, Magaji for 2021 International Peace Award

Defence News Ng

NDDC: Pondei aide on Special Duties, Micheal resigns

Defence News Ng

Missing arms funds: I was misquoted, NSA Monguno makes U-turn

Defence News Ng

Unilorin, Army sign MoU on local content development

Defence News Ng

Leave a Comment