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The All Progressives Congress, APC, has fixed a huge mistake it made in Zamfara State by allowing an Emir to decorate a wanted terrorist with a chieftaincy title.

Antonio Gutteres, United Nations, UN, Secretary-General, has shown the Nigerian Government ways through which it can combat terrorism as it has eaten deep and destabilised economic and social activities in different states around the nation.

Sponsors of terrorism in Nigeria are still unknown to the public, which is why a member of the House of Representatives, Ben Igbakpa of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Delta, insists that President Muhammadu Buhari must produce the names.

What Sheikh Ahmed Gumi perceives to be a competition between the Northern and Southern parts of Nigeria is starting to send the very wrong signals across various parts of the nation, especially as all involved parties see terrorism, banditry, kidnapping and militancy as a milkable fat cow providing a steady income.

Without camouflaging his words, Islamic Cleric, Sheikh Nuru Khalid, in a verbally aggressive expression, lashed out at President Muhammadu Buhari over the spate of banditry and terrorism in the country.

No group has asserted responsibility for the attack yet, but fighters linked to the Islamic State and al-Qaeda routinely ambush soldiers and civilians in a campaign to sow division, gain recruits and seize territory.

In 2009, Yusuf was killed by Nigerian security forces and Abubakar Shekau became the leader of Boko Haram. Under Shekau’s leadership, Boko Haram has grown more violent and has acquired a notoriety for mass killings.