Babagana Zulum, Borno State governor, has insisted that there is sabotage in the system that will not allow insurgency to end, saying President Muhammadu Buhari needs to know about it.
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He said this on Sunday, when he met with Atiku Bagudu and Badaru Abubakar, governors of Kebbi and Jigawa States, who paid him a solidarity visit over the recent attack on his convoy in Baga, a town in Borno north, by members of Boko Haram terrorists.
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Zulum stated that he believes some elements are trying to frustrate the effort of the government in ending insurgency in the north-east.
He, however, noted that there has been improvement by the Buhari-administration, in the fight against the jihadi group.
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“Let me also re-echo my previous position with respect to the level of insurgency in Borno State, I earlier said that the gravity of the insurgency cannot be compared with what has happened between 2011 to 2015, and 2015 to date. Yes, it’s true. The President has done well,” he said.
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“But there’s sabotage in the system that will not allow insurgency to end; the President has to know this very important point.”
“When he came to Maiduguri two months ago, I said so because between 2011 to 2015, at a time, almost about 22 LGAs were under the insurgents.
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“Out of the four main roads that lead to Maiduguri, only one was functional.”