The Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) is calling on President Ahmed Bola Tinubu to help address the security challenges in northern Nigeria. They are also demanding immediate action to secure the release of female students who were abducted from Zamfara University last week.
The CNG is deeply worried about the increasing incidents of banditry and kidnapping in rural areas of Zamfara, as well as the states of Katsina, Niger, Sokoto, and Kaduna. These events have left the northern part of Nigeria bleeding and in a state of confusion.
The CNG is urging President Tinubu to take urgent action to address these security challenges. The safety and well-being of the people, especially the abducted female students, should be the top priority.
The CNG spokesperson, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, made these demands during an emergency meeting of the National and State executives of the CNG in Abuja.
The situation in northern Nigeria is alarming, with the rise in banditry and kidnappings causing great concern. The CNG is calling on President Tinubu to intervene and take immediate action to ensure the safety of the people and secure the release of the abducted students.