Sustain Military Onslaught on Terrorists, Group Urges Fed. Govt, Commends Military

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The Christian Conscience group, a non-political pressure group, desirous of egalitarian, just and safe society, has commended the on-going military efforts on terrorism in some parts of the country, saying that the present efforts seem more impactful and highly commendable if only the trend could be improved  and sustained.

 

The group made this known in a statement made available to the media by the National Director of Publicity, Tunji Oguntuase, in Lagos.

 

Rising from its monthly meeting yesterday at lkeja, the group, in the statement jointly signed by the National  Chairman, Dr Mrs Yetunde Akinluyi and National General Secretary, Rev. Dr Kolawole Verrals, said these strategic  efforts of the military have  been playing out well, which gives better results than past efforts where the terrorists have made life unbearable for citizens of Nigeria.

 

“The lingering efforts of these terrorists have contributed to shortage of foods , high cost of living in the country and hindering movements of people, goods and services .When farmers and all partakers in food chain are or can be harmed , how will food be available to all?, the group wondered.

 

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“Now that the military high commands have responded positively to the body language of the President, we believe better days are ahead because there has been too much shedding of innocent blood in the country.”

 

On the issue of the lingering strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), the group also commended the president for stepping in, but admonished all concerned to be fair, just and committed so as to bring an end to the plights of our children who have been idle and can be vulnerable having stayed  at home for about seven months.

 

 “The intervention of the President  should be towards  a logical and result oriented conclusion”, the group appeals.

 

“This  is a call to  our political, traditional and opinion leaders to do more and put pressure on both the government and the union to end the staying at home of the students”

 

“We pray and urge President Buhari to ensure there is an end to the strike as soon as possible so that our children can go back to school and also redeem the image of the educational sector.”

 

The group also reiterated it’s earlier position when it called on political parties to ensure their campaigns are issue-based during the campaign periods which is due to be lifted in days to come.

 

“We appeal, for the umpteenth time, to all political parties to have issue-based discussions during the campaigns so that the electorates can have  informed decisions when voting,” the group noted.

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