Ambassador Aminu Abubakar Majidadi, the National President of Al-Mushahid Initiative for Transparency and Accountability (AITA) hail Zamfara state governor; Alhaji Bello Muhammad Matawalle for the giant strife in ensuring timely release of 279 Jangebe schoolsgirls from abductors.
In a press release signed by his media aid Deshi Munkuwe, Amb. Majidadi said the effort by the Zamfara state governor is commendable and worthy of emulation by other leaders and governors.
“It pleases me to see public office holder like Mantawalle who have his people at heart and have since from the beginning of his tenure ensured his people’s security and safety comes first”.
“Nigerians can bear witness on the fact that this is for the first time school children were abducted in such numbers and within few days they were released. Governor Mantawalle deserves commendation and his style of leadership should be emulated by other governors”. Majidadi stated.
In like minds, Majidadi also commended governor of Borno state, Babagana Zulum who according to him has ince shown this kind of leadership style where the citizens are considered paramount and at every point in time whatever torches the common man, torches his heart.
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Majidadi called on all the security apparatus in Nigeria to as matter of urgency put in place measures to bring to a stop this menace of abduction of school children and others.
According Majidadi, if tangible actions are not taken urgently, the educational system in the country and mostly in the North would be affected in such a way that it will take Nigeria many years to recover.
“The security agencies can do well in managing this monster of insecurity, kidnapping, abduction, insurgency and others through proactive measures and capitalizing on intelligence information gathering than being reactive. And also, Nigerians must know that security is all inclusive effort by providing information to securities and to be vigilant. Majidadi concluded.