The Northern State Council of the Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria has requested the Nigerian authorities to reveal the sponsors of banditry and terror in Nigeria.
Muslim group secretary Alhaji Isiaq Sanni referred to as Kaduna whereas paying tribute to its late chairman and president, Alhaji Liadi Adeyinka Olapade, who died on Saturday.
Sanni mentioned the late Olapade labored exhausting to make sure that many individuals have been educated, noting that he noticed this as a option to curb insecurity.
Nevertheless, he added that it was a disgrace that there was a lot uncertainty within the nation.
He mentioned: “It’s unlucky that the insecurity that Olapade fought for persists right now. Due to this fact, we urge the federal government to place extra effort into preventing banditry and different safety challenges, as their present efforts are inadequate to deal with the challenges.
“The federal government ought to inform us those that are behind banditry, those that help insecurity, to inform us those that are not looking for our beloved nation to maneuver ahead, those that don’t like the federal government.”