Rise Against Boko Haram, President Buhari Urges Muslims

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Against the backdrop of the incessant terrorism attacks in Nigeria and
the world over, President Mohammadu Buhari yesterday urged the
Muslim community to make a strong statement that would condemn the
activities of insurgents.

According to the president, speaking with one voice was a sure way of
rejecting the attackers claim of acting in the name of Islam, stressing
that it would also stop the abasement of their religion.

This is even as Buahri called on the international community to unite and
forge a stronger worldwide consensus for more effective action against
global terrorism.

The president’s injunctions came on the heels of the killing of about 150
men, women and children in Kukawa, Borno state on Thursday and also
the recent murder of Egyptian Attorney General, Hesham Barakat, and
the killing of about 70 Egyptian soldiers in the Sinai Peninsula by

While strongly condemning the act, Buhari in separate statements issued
by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba
Shehu in Abuja further stated that it was “a very heinous atrocity which
must be unreservedly condemned by all people of conscience.”

He conveyed his heart-felt condolences to families of the victims of
Boko Haram’s dreadful killings in Kukawa just as he also condoled the
government of Egypt and the families of the victims, reaffirming
“Nigeria’s commitment to working with other countries facing terrorists’
threats to overcome the scourge of violent extremism.”

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The President added that “no country can afford to be indifferent to the
threats of terrorism because of its pervasive and destructive nature.”

Buhari had made tackling insurgency a campaign issue and since he
assumed office as President, he has focused on the menace more than any
problem facing the country. But the terrorists have continued their
attacks on Nigerians and their North-East region, killing and destroying
people and properties.