Adamawa Govt House se­cu­rity per­son­nel re­duced

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This is Nigeria. Any­thing can hap­pen. Most of the at­tacks by Boko Haram hap­pened af­ter the with­drawal of the se­cu­rity. This one, too, may not be an ex­cep­tion.

Solomon

abusulem@ya­hoo.com ************************** This is an at­tempt at re­peat­ing what hap­pened in Rivers State; the people of Adamawa must rise to re­ject this im­punity. Gov­er­nors are en­ti­tled to se­cu­rity com­men­su­rate to the in­se­cu­rity of the time; then how can the se­cu­rity of a Gover­nor be with­drawn by the federal govern­ment in an area it de­clared a state of emer­gency? What is the govern­ment up to? Why are they us­ing the Nige­rian Po­lice against the people? The Pres­i­dent should grow up and stop personalising state ad­min­is­tra­tion as a pres­i­den­tial mo­nop­oly. Our Na­tional As­sem­bly mem­bers must stop ab­di­cat­ing their re­spon­si­bil­i­ties of en­sur­ing ad­her­ence to con­sti­tu­tional pro­vi­sions.

Ab­dulka­rim San­tu­raki

carim707@gmail.com ************************** But he is more com­fort­able with­out Nige­rian se­cu­rity per­son­nel around him; that is why he hates their pres­ence so bit­terly.

Boss

rea­chouty2k@ya­hoo.co.uk

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