FG, Assures Ndigbo Of Safety In The North

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 12: Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari speaks after British Prime Minister Cameron opened the international anti-corruption summit on May 12, 2016 in London, England. Leaders from many of the worlds nations are gathering in London for the summit, which is aimed at stepping up action to tackle the problem of corruption. (Photo by Dan Kitwood -WPA Pool/Getty Images)
The Federal Government has warned Nigerians against making statements
that are capable of undermining the country’s peace and security.
In a statement issued by the Minister of
Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, urged igbos to feel‎ free across the country, saying: “President Buhari led administration has the capacity to maintain law and order.‎ There is no reason for igbo to feel unsafe anywhere in
the country, this administration would not tolerate any threat‎ to the unity, peace and security of the country under any guise.”
Adding that : ”There is zero tolerance for actions and speeches capable of inciting one part of the country against another, and the security agencies are
fully on the ground to deal decisively with any individual or group
that engages in incendiary activities,” Alhaji Mohammed said
He urged Nigerians, irrespective of where they reside,
to go about their daily activities without fear.
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