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“Don’t Report Insecurity As Rising, Use ‘declining Insecurity’”- Buhari Advises Journalists

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“Don’t Report Insecurity As Rising, Use ‘declining Insecurity’”- Buhari Advises Journalists

Buhari Advises Journalists on insecurity

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari advised reporters on how to report insecurity issues in the country, saying they should use the term “decreasing insecurity” rather than “growing insecurity”.

Buhari congratulated Muslims on Eid-el-Maulud, and signed by Garba Shehu, the president’s senior special adviser for media and advertising on Monday, Oct. 18, Buhari said the term “increased insecurity” should be replaced with “reality of decreasing insecurity.”

According to the statement, significant gains are made in the fight against insecurity. “

See statement below;

“The President urges Muslims to strive for “forgiveness and closeness to the noble life and teachings of the Prophet (SAW) whose birthday is being marked on this blessed day. On this auspicious occasion, I wish you all the blessings of today.

“The President uses the occasion to give a snapshot of the increased activities the Armed Forces, Police Force, and intelligence agencies have embarked upon to effectively respond to the security challenges in the nation.

“He says the government fully expects and intends for these trends to continue, and calls on the media to address the tone, content, and standards of reporting into security and safety measures. Time has come to revise the prefixes “rising insecurity” with “declining insecurity.”

“The President adds that increased cooperation and collaboration from the citizenry, coupled with reinvigorated, dynamic, and energized police, security, and military leadership is helping the administration score more victories against terror, criminality, and economic sabotage. The reality of declining insecurity should replace the inaccurate narrative of rising insecurity in the country.”

“While there is work to do, the men and women in uniform who are helping the nation to achieve this goal, desire our collective appreciation and encouragement to do even more. The whole country and its mass communications systems have a duty in this regard.”

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