Suicide Bombings Now Rare In Nigeria-Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has disclosed that advances being made against
Boko Haram insurgents go beyond degradation through just force of arms.

Speaking at a bilateral meeting with President Jacob Zuma of South Africa,
Monday in New York, on the sidelines of the 71st Session of the United
Nations General Assembly, President Buhari said, “the de-radicalization
process is also going on, and we are achieving some measure of success.
Even suicide bombing is becoming rare, as the local people are themselves
rejecting indoctrination by the insurgents.”

The President assured existing and potential investors in Nigeria of
adequate protection of their lives, investments and property, as the
security situation in Nigeria is now very much better and conducive.

President Buhari said Nigeria was working hard to diversify the economy
and expressed willingness to collaborate with South African businessmen
especially in the areas of mining and agriculture, for the mutual benefit
of the two countries.

In his remarks, President Jacob Zuma of South Africa recollected his visit
to Nigeria earlier this year which he described as “very successful.” He
added that he was interested in the promotion of economic and trade
partnerships between the two countries.
At another bilateral meeting with President Macky Sall of Senegal, both
President Buhari and the Senegalese President expressed their happiness at
the good cropping season being experienced in their countries as it
portends bumper harvests which will ultimately translate into an
enhancement of the quality of lives of their people.

The two Presidents also reviewed the situation in Guinea Bissau and
concluded that political leaders in the country need to make sacrifices to
guarantee peace and development of the country.

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