NAS urges Nigeria to copy US counterterrorism strategy – The Sun Nigeria


By Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa

The National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to copy the US counter-terrorism strategy in a bid to fight terrorism in the country.

NAS Capoon, Mr. Abiola Owoaje, made the call in a statement titled: “The Death of al-Qurayshi: Lessons for Nigeria in the Fight against Terrorism” in the context of the death of terrorist leader Abu Ibrahim al -Hashimi al-Qurayshi during a pre-dawn raid by US special forces in Syria.

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According to him, due to President Buhari’s failure to tackle the insecurity that was ravaging the country contrary to expectations before his election, the administration can borrow a leaf from America to solve our problems of insecurity.

“The National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) strongly believes that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari can learn lessons from the United States’ approach to its execution of the war on terror. During its seven years in power, the flippant assumption that President Buhari, as a former general, would be better qualified to rid Nigeria of internal and external terrorist threats has been utterly refuted by the rather abysmal performance of his administration in this most important area The poor results, which manifest themselves in the lived experiences of millions of ordinary citizens, have unfortunately been highlighted by many strategic and tactical errors within the security establishment,” he said. declared.

Owoaje, who punched holes in some of the strategies adopted, such as the advance disclosure of plans to attack terrorist camps and the “incomplete and continually disturbing propaganda of presidential officials”, praised the Nigerian troops for their ” enduring courage and their ungrateful sacrifice” in the face of a lack of the political will required on the part of the President to “deal decisively with the merchants of death”.

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Owoaje recommended that the current administration go after the “ideological companions of religious bigotry within its own ranks, the hideous links in the financial value chain of terrorism, and all the other collaborators and enablers who have bolstered the insurgency.” amorphous”. He dismissed the recent revelation by Mr. Lai Mohammed about the arrest of sponsors of terrorism in the country, noting that previous revelations by the Attorney General and the Minister of Justice had yielded no results as the government refused to disclose. the identity of the sponsors and to prosecute them.

While calling on President Buhari to live up to his constitutional responsibilities and prevent innocent Nigerians from being killed, Owoaje warned the military to be discreet with information on the operations.

“Once again, we reiterate our earlier statement that the current administration should move beyond empty rhetoric in its war on terror strategy and move quickly to interdict the sponsors of these criminal gangs. Their identities must be exposed, accounts must be frozen, assets seized, and they must be prosecuted quickly and vigorously to demonstrate the administration’s seriousness in ending the reign of terror across the country.

“President Buhari should show sincerity in rallying the Nigerian Armed Forces to stand up to the criminal gangs who are killing our people. He has a constitutional responsibility to prevent the collapse of Nigeria. Enough is already enough.


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