The Corps Commandant General, Neighbourhood Enlightenment and Safety Organisation (NESO), Dr Sani Aliyu, has commended President Muhamadu Buhari for his achievements in degrading terrorism and banditry in Nigeria.
Aliyu gave the commendation in Abuja at the 2022 Security Excellence Awards and Investiture of new Board of Fellows of the Institute of Security and Strategic Studies (ISSS).
In his paper titled “Contentious State of Nigeria Insecurity and its Malign to National Security,” Alliyu said Buhari recorded considerable success in combating terrorism which remained a global challenge.
He also urged president Buhari to adopt NESO to become government agency in tackling terrorism the way former President Olusegun Obasanjo adopted Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps.
Aliyu said this would consolidate Buhari’s gains in the war against terrorism and help guard jealously his great achievements in degrading terriorism.
He advised the media to always report security breaches with decorum without embolden the perpetrators.
Also in his remarks retired Director, Rural Electrification Agency, Chucks Josiah, advocated that security education should be well propagated in Nigeria.
Josiah also advised all new fellows to be active in the activities of the institute.
Highlights of the event was the induction of six distinguished Nigerians as Fellows of the Institute.
The new ISSS Fellows are Alhaji Alliyu Abubakar, Director General, National Identity Management Commission, Darlington Nwokocha, Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Insurance Matters, Airport Manager, Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Kabir Mohammed, Dr Kabir Adamu, Dr Jude Oruoghor and Mr Okwuosa Ononye.
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