Farmers are back to farm: NGO commends Tinubu, Ribadu for enhanced national security

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The Coalition for Peace, a prominent Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), has expressed its appreciation to President Bola Tinubu and his National Security Adviser (NSA), Nuhu Ribadu, for their commitment to improving security measures across the nation.

This is contained in a statement signed by the President of the Coalition for Peace, Malam Adamu Haruna, and the Secretary, Jonah Simon on Tuesday, in Abuja.

The organization lauded the collaborative efforts spearheaded by the two leaders.

They stressed on the advancements made in strengthening peace and security across the nation in recent months.

According to the statement, the group reaffirmed it’s dedication to recognising and celebrating those efforts that foster a safer Nigeria.

They attributed the noticeable improvements in the harmonious working relationship between security agencies as a pivotal reason behind the current pressure on terrorists and criminals, who now find themselves on the run.

Highlighting the positive impact of these security improvements, the organization noted that farmers have regained their confidence and are returning to their fields for planting during the ongoing rainy season.

“This administration has been responding swiftly to distress calls, particularly acting on intelligence reports leading to attacks and arrests of criminals.

“The inter agency cooperation and harmonious working relationship have led to improvement in security across the nation.

“There is no doubt about this fact which President Tinubu and the NSA should be commended for.

“It is worth of saying that farmers are back to farm because they have confidence in government’s prompt response to security threats obviously lessening security challenges,” the statement reads.

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