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How to tackle terrorism – Sultan of Sokoto



Alhaji Muhammadu Abubakar, the Sultan of Sokoto, has stated that for terrorism and radicalisation to be tackled in Nigeria, there’s a must have an improved mass schooling system within the nation among the many residents.

Talking on the 2nd Training Submit organized by the Nigerian Military Training Corps held in Sokoto on Wednesday, Sultan Abubakar famous that lack of schooling is a serious explanation for radicalization amongst residents that has nice results on the present insecurity within the nation.

He additionally recognized a lack of understanding, stressing that a lot of the perpetrators (terrorists) turned the true data the other way up and interpreted it the easiest way they understood just because they lacked the requisite data thereby inflicting safety challenges within the nation.

Sultan Abubakar added, “The extra we come collectively and discuss, the extra we proffer doable options to varied prevailing points that we face as a rustic. Therefore the necessity of getting correctly educated folks within the society.”


He noticed that the present insecurity challenges confronting the nation generally is a factor of the previous if residents are mass educated and nicely knowledgeable on points that have an effect on them now and their future.

Alhaji Muhammadu Abubakar described the submit as well timed following the present happenings within the nation and recommended the Nigerian Military for its key position in sustaining peace and unity of the nation.

He expressed optimism that numerous audio system invited would do justice to points which were raised and urged the organiser to additionally implement the end result of this summit, lamenting that one of many causes the nation is confronted with insecurity is that Nigerians have did not implement essential points raised by specialists.

He additionally urged the Military to at all times embody youths and college students in any public discourse, saying that almost all issues fall again on the younger technology.

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