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Nigerians fuelling terrorism by paying ransom – Garba Shehu


Nigerians fuelling terrorism by paying ransom

Garba Shehu, Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, has said the payment of ransom by families of kidnapped victims is fuelling terrorism in Nigeria.

Shehu, who spoke on Channels TV on Monday, said kidnapping would continue until stop paying ransoms and allow the security agents to do their job.

He said, “You are mentioning all of these about kidnappers and the people that have been taken and the President even in Sallah message mentioned an appeal he was making to fellow citizens to expose them (the criminals), tell the security agencies where they are and sometimes you also can sympathise with the family members in that highly emotive situation.

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The first priority for most of them is to get their family back and they are willing to pay, and they’ve paid and these payments, whether anybody likes it or not, will continue to fuel terrorism, we have to learn from experiences in other lands that when you pay, you are fuelling terrorism, you are fuelling the hijack and kidnapping of fellow citizens and it will go on and on until simply people call off the bluff and be prepared to allow law enforcement.”

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Shehu also spoke on the recent Kuje Prison attack by suspected Boko Haram members.

He said, “I’m a Nigerian, I have family members that live in the society, I don’t come from the moon, I feel it and I have never in way suggested that there’s no hardship in the country, I have never in any place or position indicated that there’s no criminality.”


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