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Umma Getso criticizes Buhari over increasing insecurity in Nigeria


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The Young Progressive Party (YPP) National Vice-Chairman and Former Vice Presidential Candidate in the 2019 general elections, Hajiya Umma Abdullahi Getso has criticized President Muhammadu Buhari over the state of insecurity in the country, especially in the north.

Speaking to journalists over the weekend in Abuja and reacting to the state of insecurity in the country, Ummah Getso asked President Buhari to tackle the nation’s security challenges as a matter of urgency, saying nobody is safe in the country.

Nigeria is witnessing security challenges, especially in northern part of the country where insurgency, armed banditry and kidnapping are ravaging the region.

Also southern parts of the country is being bedeviled by security challenges, occasioned by every part of activities of IPOB and other militant groups, as secessionists call from South West and South East are threatening the corporate entity of the country.

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Hajiya Umma added that Nigeria is in distress, security, and economic-wise. She insisted that Buhari has failed the country in protecting the lives and properties of the people.

‘’The economy is in bad shape, security is nothing to write home about, virtually every facet of the Nigerian life has collapsed, we don’t have any other country than Nigeria, there is need to quickly save the nation from the hands of bandits, and terrorists,’’ She added.

Umma Getso, who is a Kano State indigene was the running mate of Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, Former Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria and Presidential Candidate of the Young Progressives Party (YPP) in 2019.


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