Security Meeting Condemns Governor Nyako Over Memo, Calls On Politicians to Guard Utterances
An expanded National Security Council between President Goodluck Jonathan, Heads of military and Para-military organisations, state governors and some ministers Thursday unanimously condemned the memo written by the governor of Adamawa state, Murtala Nyako in which he accused president Goodluck Jonathan of carrying out genocide against the north
Governor Murtala Nyako Addressing state House Correspondents after the meeting, the Minister of Defence , Gen. Aliyu Gusau who was flanked by the governors of Niger, Abia, Borno and Ekiti states said the meeting enjoined all holders of Public offices to be wary of statements that are capable of exercebating the already precarious security situation in the country.
Governor Babangida Aliyu who spoke on some of the decisions reached at the meeting said “I am sure many of you will be curious about the memo written by one of us. We looked at it all. Infact he was allowed to read the memo to all of us and we discussed and concluded that for all of us, we need to be very careful with the kind of statement we make”.
The meeting called on politicians to guard their utterances especially as it concerns security matters so as not to undermine efforts aimed at restoring peace in the country.
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