Zulum Collaborates With Military In Fight Against Attackers In Borno

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Borno State governor, Babagana Zulum has promised that his administration would collaborate with the Nigerian Military to address the recent planting of mines on major roads by some miscreants.
The governor noted that the cowardly acts of the mine-attackers have not only threatened the safety of citizens but have also hindered the movement of goods and services essential for the state’s development.
Zulum stated this in a state-wide broadcast on Thursday night where he expressed concern over the recent hardship being faced by citizens, particularly, the high cost of food items, stressing that he understands the burden that the hardship places on families and individuals, and assured that his administration was taking decisive steps to alleviate the plight of the people.
“I want to assure you that we are working tirelessly with security forces to rid our roads of these deadly devices and to ensure the safety of all those who travel within our state. I believe there are forces behind sabotaging the gains recorded so far. However, we are working to ensure the perpetrators are fished out and dealt with accordingly.
“Fellow citizens, as people of faith and from our previous experience, I implore on his eminence, the Shehu of Borno, the Chief Imam, Imams, and the Christian brothers and the citizens of Borno State to observe a one-day voluntary fast on Monday, February 19, 2024,” he instructed.


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