Governor of Kaduna State, Malam Nasir Ahmed El-Rufai, has disclosed what he called his biggest fear over the Boko Haram and ISWAP members possible relocation from the Northeast to the Northwest.
According to him “my biggest fear is that Boko Haram and ISWAP members may relocate from the Northeast to the Northwest”.
The Daily Vendor Newspaper correspondent in Kaduna reports that El-Rufai made this kwon while speaking at the Fountain Summit organised by the Ekiti Government on Thursday.
He called for a collaborative effort between the federal, state governments, and Nigerians in combating terrorism.
He noted that it is something all Nigerians should be concerned about; not only federal and state collaboration, but also across the country, he noted.
While commenting on the security issues in Kaduna, the governor said we have security challenges, but however “our investors know where their assets are and they know that those assets are safe and we’ve never seen the headlines of security affecting our inflow of investments,” he noted.
“But we must work hard to improve on the security situation in the state,” the Governor said.