President Muhammadu Buhari has been challenged by the Northern State Council of Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria to expose the sponsors of banditry and terror in Nigeria.
The Secretary of the Muslim organisation, Alhaji Isiaq Sanni made the call in Kaduna, while paying tribute to their late Chairman and President, Alhaji Liadi Adeyinka Olapade who died on Saturday
Sanni said the late Olapade worked hard to ensure many people were educated, noting that he saw it as a way to curb insecurity.
He, however, added that it was a shame that there was so much insecurity in the land.
He said, “It is unfortunate that today, that insecurity that Olapade fought for still persists. Therefore, we are calling on the government to put more effort into the fight against banditry and other security challenges, because their current effort is not enough to address the challenges.
“Government should tell us those behind banditry, those sponsoring the insecurity, to let us know those who don’t want our dear country to progress, those who don’t like the government.”