Ribadu Assumes Role As NSA, Pledges To Restore Stability In Nigeria

Nuhu Ribadu has officially succeeded Maj-Gen Babagana Monguno (retd) as Nigeria’s National Security Adviser (NSA).

Upon taking office, the former Assistant Inspector General of Police made a solemn commitment to fulfilling the expectations of Nigerians and ensuring the country’s protection against all forms of insecurity.

In a statement released by the NSA office, Ribadu emphasized that the time has come for Nigerians to experience a state of peace and uphold the principles of the rule of law.

“We will stabilise this country, we will secure our country and we will make Nigeria peaceful because we believe the time has come for this country to enjoy peace, restore order and rule of law just like any other country in the world.

“Securing the nation is a continuous process. We will look at what has been done and build on it. We will count on your support in the course of discharging our responsibilities.

“Mr President has a huge commitment to securing every inch of our country. We will work with all stakeholders to deliver on this vision.

“This enormous task of securing our country is that of all Nigerians and all friends of Nigeria,” the statement reads.

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