Labo “I Was Expecting A Commander In Chief Who Will Touch Down In Plateau In A Military Helicopter”

Labo "I Was Expecting A Commander In Chief Who Will Touch Down In Plateau In A Military Helicopter"Colonel Hassan Stan Labo [Rtd], a security consultant and defense strategist, has claimed that he had imagined President Bola Tinubu, in his capacity as Commander in Chief, to be taking decisive action. For example, he had imagined President Tinubu personally visiting affected Plateau state areas in a military helicopter, reassuring affected communities, and issuing a clear ultimatum to security officials demanding that they apprehend offenders within a certain amount of time or face consequences. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

He voiced concerns about how the current administration and the previous one handled security issues similarly. He emphasized the need for a more robust stance and lambasted the administration for what he saw as a lack of political will.

He said in an interview with Arise TV, ”Gradually, I’m beginning to see a great deal of semblance in the way we are addressing security under this present administration and the last administration. The political will in this administration towards this thing is so weak. I was expecting to see a commander-in-chief who will touch down in plateau in a military helicopter. I’m not talking of the Presidential helicopter, a military helicopter in camouflage and seal helmet.

Assuring villagers that we shall get this rubbish done with and we shall stop this henceforth. Visit hospitals and after that, talk to your service chiefs and give them one or two weeks to produce the perpetrators. Tell your National security advisers, your DSS, and your service Chiefs to produce them in the next two weeks or lose their jobs. This is the sort of decisiveness I expect to see from a commander in Chief.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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