On closure of boarding schools



The recent decision taken by some state governments on the total closure of some boarding schools in clearly depicts the inability of our agencies to counter abductors who are traumatising .

It is no longer new news that and their parents are devastated as the of the is no longer guaranteed and has incessantly been breached to the extent that () are being victimised by their abductors who fearlessly hold them captives.

It is very frustrating that some public schools (boarding) have been closed as announced by the governments in some states of the federation.

The decision is honestly heart-breaking as it is an indication that the can no longer repel or foil attacks carried out by various types of terrorists, despite the that Nigeria has been recognised as one of the African countries with the strongest military might. But, annoyingly, the domestic crises have so far proved to be beyond the control of the .

One of the mistakes made by the was negotiation with the abductors. If the had attacked the first set of abductors fiercely and ruthlessly, the series of abductions as we are witnessing would not have occurred.

In a nutshell, I would like to call on the federal to protect the lives and properties of all as obligated by the 1999 as amended. must strive to do the needful without fear or favour.

Mallam Musbahu Magayaki

Sabon Fegi, Azare,

Bauchi state

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