“The reputation of Nigeria is undermined by its security situation.” – Mohammed Idris, Minister of Information

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on order to steer the country on the correct path, the Nigerian government on Friday urged patriotism, nationalism, and support for the military forces.

The call was made by Alhaji Mohammed Idris, Minister of Information and National Orientation, during a courtesy visit to him in Abuja by General Christopher Musa, Chief of Defence Staff.

The focus of insurgency in Nigeria, he claims, has shifted from philosophy to material gain.

The tragedy of the explosion in Kaduna State, which resulted in the deaths of more than 100 innocent Nigerians, was lamented by the minister.

According to Idris, “There will be a problem if we don’t nip insurgency and banditry in the bud.” As a result, these problems bring a negative reputation to the country. As a nation, we have watched our ideals erode, and it is time to revive the ideas of patriotism and nationalism.

But the public has to be aware of the military’s activities. They work tirelessly and even give their lives so that the rest of us and our nation can rest easy. President Bola Tinubu has expressed regret over the events at Tudun Biri in Kaduna State. We kindly request that, moving forward, proper investigation be undertaken.

“In any case, we’d like to express our gratitude to the military for everything they’ve done and continue to do to ensure our safety.”

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