President Muhammadu Buhari has finally caved in to pleas as he asked the United Nations for help in tackling Boko-Haram insurgency and bandits in the country.
President Buhari made this known in the latest United Nations General Assembly meeting.
In his pre-recorded address to the UN, He urged countries to take a strong action against illicit flow of small arms and light weapons.
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“Nigeria remains deeply concerned over the illicit trade, transfer, and circulation of small arms and light weapons, particularly on the continent of Africa. In Nigeria, we are still facing violent extremism from the insurgency of Boko Haram and bandits,” he said.