– Some Nigerians who have been involved in terrorist activities will soon be prosecuted.
– According to the Minister for Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, at least 400 suspects have been arrested for alleged financing of terrorism.
– Mohammed speaks to a press The conference on Tuesday, May 11th, however, gave no name.
The Minister for Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has announced that around 400 suspects are being prosecuted for allegedly financing terrorism in Nigeria.
The minister said the announcement of the prosecution of the suspects was made by Abubakar Malami, the Federation Prosecutor General and Minister of Justice.
Mohammed reiterated the commitment of the current government, claiming it was evidence of the government’s determination to combat security threats across the country.
He also appealed to Nigerians to seek security agencies support who face the added task of looking after their backs while they work to protect others.
Mohammed also described this attack on security formations as a declaration of war g egen the country condemning the attack on security forces.
Recall that prominent Nigerians who are sponsors of terrorism will face the justice system as the federal government has the Law enforcement plans perfected.
This development was announced by the federal attorney general on Friday, May 7th.
Malami Who Did Not Disclose the identities of the suspects or the number of victims that you revealed while speaking to State House correspondents in the presidential mansion.
In Meanwhile, Lai Mohammed stated that the federal government is responsible for not prosecuting suspicious kidnappers and bandits.
The Minister of Information made the remark in response to statements made by the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) credited to Nigeria’s security challenges.
At a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday May 4th, Mohammed said kidnapping and banditry are not federal crimes.
In a similar development, the Nigerian government has declared that it will not be overwhelmed by the situation despite the increasing uncertainty in the country.
The Minister of Information and Culture told journalists at a press conference that the government had the power to destroy the bandits.