Tinubu visits Governor Zulum, reacts to gruesome killings of 43 rice farmers, advise the military

Tinubu visits Governor Zulum

National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has paid a solidarity visit to the Governor of Borno State, Prof. Babagana Zulum over the barbaric killings of 43 rice farmers in the state.

Tinubu seized the opportunity to advice the military to change the strategy used in the fight against the terrorists.

Speaking when he paid a sympathy visit to the Governor of Borno State state, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum mni over the killing of 43 farmers, the former Lagos State Governor said the war against Boko Haram has gone beyond “conventional warfare”.

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We have been on this (Boko Haram insurgency) for sometime. We have seen the reaction of the federal government, we have seen the reaction of the armed forces, this is no longer a conventional warfare, this is more tactical, more reason, more crude,” Tinubu said.

“In such situation what we do is to replan our strategy. We have seen the governor’s life attacked more than one occasion in effort to eliminate him but Allah is mighty, he has protected and will continue to protect you.”

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Tinubu said insurgency is affecting educational development, as innovation cannot be achieved in a state of insecurity.

He added that the visit was a form of solidarity and commitment.

You can’t concentrate, become innovative and excel if you have to make educational development in fear. We saw people who have endured so much agony, denial, brutality decided to run to their farms to develop means of livelihood not only for themselves but for all of us, at the end they were slaughtered,” he said.

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“That’s not religion, it is not in our religion (Islam), it is not in Christianity either, it is an act of wickedness. I want His Excellency and members of the state executive to see this visit not as a condolence only, not a sympathy only, but as a solidarity and commitment that we must defeat all evil doers.”

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