Friday, 9 May 2014

Protests in Katsina, Nigeria Over Foreign Intervention in the Abducted Chibok Girls Crises

A coalition of civil society organisations in Katsina State, Northern Nigeria staged a peaceful protest yesterday rejecting foreign intervention sought by Nigeria in addressing its security challenges.
During the protest which held in the state capital, spokesman for the coalition, Bashir Dauda, described the intervention as counterproductive.
“What is happening in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia are indications that foreign countries could not offer any remedy,” he said.
The protesters also registered their grievances over the state of insecurity in the country and urged President Goodluck Jonathan to improve his relationship with state governors from the Boko Haram-prone areas and also asked for tight security across the country’s borders. “It is a disgrace if the almighty federal government fails to rescue the abducted students and others who are in the captivity of Boko Haram as sex slaves,” Dauda said.

Daily Trust

1 comment:

  1. Protesting foreign intervention? Bashir Dauda and his hoodlums are most definitely misguided. Since the first Nigerians were killed in Jos and other places in Nigeria, what has the Nigerian government done to arrest the situation? Evidently Dauda prefers Boko Haram to continue killing. Maybe one of days, Dauda and his hoodlums will be eliminated by BH, especially if his so-called foreign interventionists leave. As a true Nigerian, one would expect even more mass protests against the Nigerian government for failing in its duties to protect its citizens.


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