Nigeria is in a state of war – The Presidency

The Nigerian president says President Muhammadu Buhari has not changed the country’s security chief because the country is in a state of war.
Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu made this clear during a news conference with the BBC on Thursday.
The president’s response is a response to calls for the replacement of senior security officers over the years, which is not uncommon
Also, his comments were in response to the Senate’s minority leader, Senator Saynaya Abaribe, asking the president to resign over his failure to address security issues during Wednesday’s session. Garba Shehu said “All those who criticize or criticize these security agents do not consider whether Nigeria is being rejected in the current war situation. “As President Buhari’s ex-general in the military, he knows when to change commanders and when not to.” The president also said that Nigeria has found itself in this state since the fall of IS, which has emerged from Iraq, Syria, and the Libyan crisis. “But note is that everyone knows President Buhari is doing his best to protect the lives and property of our citizens.” Among the critics of the government’s failure to address security issues, including the main opposition PDP, said that the current security challenges facing the people of the country do not go unnoticed by the government
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