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Buhari Vows Not To Thwart Freedom Of Speech-Femi Adesina

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President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed not to thwart the freedom of speech, the president who was speaking through his Special Adviser on media and Publicity, Femi Adesina at the annual lecture/awards and gala night of Nigerian Pilot.

The president said his administration would do every possible means to sustain the freedom of speech and press in the country; Muhammadu Buhari called on Nigerian Pilot newspaper to join other media in the country for according support to the current regime.

“We will jealously support freedom of speech and association” Speaking on the fight on insurgency by Nigerian army said the All Progressives Congress has made a tremendous achievement on the fight against Book Haram in the north-east”

President Muhammadu Bihari opined that said the fight cannot be surmountable, Adding that the strengthening of Nigerian army with the multinational forces would serves as a morale booster to soldiers fighting the war on insurgency.

“We won the war on insurgency in the sense that Nigerian army has since recaptured 18 communities’ captured by Book Haram, Furthermore he averred that only two communities are still under the insurgents”.

The president said the insurgents has been severely degraded by the military ,He assured that bombs will no longer be had as before in some days to come.

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