ITA ENANG: NIGERIA SUFFERING FROM MALI AND LIBYA COLLAPSE

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Ita Enang has said spate of insecurity across the country is caused by collapse of Mali and Libya.

Ita Enang, Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on National Assembly matter (senate) said this while playing  host to Students of Nigerian Law School, Abuja on Friday.

He added that Economy Community Of West Africa States (ECOWAS) free movement policy protocol that allows citizens of member’s state free movement is having negative impact on Nigeria.

 

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Making reference to the crisis in Plateau state, Enang said “What is happening now is not just ethnic or inter ethnic conflicts, it is pure terrorism. This terrorism is not caused within but without.

“They come in with arms. Whenever there is war or the collapse of any nation state, you will have a collateral effect.

“We are suffering not from ethnic problems, internal to Nigeria, but from the effects of the collapse of neighbouring countries like Libya and Mali.

“Under that protocol, you are to allow them so long as they are Africans.

“Our survival, unity and security of citizens are threatened as a country by this free movement and those who come in with evil intention.”

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Enang said the federal government is doing everything within its powers to tackle insecurity.

He said the country is also considering reviewing the application of the ECOWAS policy as in order to reduce the effect of persons coming in to do havoc.

“This is because your country must be safe before you can be a member of the regional body,” he said.

He urged the students to have hope in the country, assuring them that things would get better.

“I urge you to come out and get involved in active politics and support the Federal Government, because this administration means well for the country,” he said.

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