“I don’t think Boko Haram is having its ways because government is not working. It is having its way because we are not getting enough support from the sub region. It’s fundamental.
“So, if there’s problem, we should ask questions from the military and troops. Warfare or counter-terrorism is not just about the president. A lot of factors come in military strategy. And one of it is what I call Grand National strategy. I think we should appreciate the president on what he has done and see how we can collectively devise other mechanisms to get solution to the problem, rather than heaping blame on president.
Nigerian Tribune Newspaper