ACN Urges N’Assembly To Reject Emergency Rule In Nigeria

The Action Congress of Nigeria has advised the National Assembly to reject President Goodluck Jonathan’s declaration of a state of emergency in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states.
It said the Boko Haram crisis would have ended a long time ago if the use of force was capable of ending it.
We hereby reject the declaration of emergency rule in the three states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe, and we call on the National Assembly to also reject it and not allow itself to be used to rubber-stamp a declaration that is largely cosmetic,” the ACN stated.
The ACN said “If the use of force in the affected states has failed to curtail the activities of the insurgents, why send in more troops?”
We therefore call on the leaders of the opposition -“CPC” to remove the mask on their faces and publicly declare their stance

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