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Nigerian territory won’t be used to destabilise Cameroon – FG

Molly Kilete, Abuja

The Federal Government has assured that Nigeria would not allow any of its territory  to be used as a breeding ground  to destabilise Cameron.

National Security Adviser (NSA), Maj.-Gen. Babagana Monguno, gave the assurance at the opening of the 6th Session of The Cameroon/Nigeria Trans-Border Security Committee.

Mungono, while declaring Nigeria’s support for the unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Cameroon, however, advised the Cameroonian authorities to engage all aggrieved parties to a dialogue to reduce the already heated tension in Anglophone regions.

The NSA also urged the Cameroonian authorities to facilitate the return of Cameroonian refugees that have crossed the border into Nigerian territory due to heightened tension in the region.

He said that Nigeria, as a signatory of most of the United Nation’s International protocols on the Rights of Refugees and their humane treatment, would enforce these provisions.

Mungono, while noting Nigeria’s stand on the conflicts bedeviling that country, Mungono said, “There should be no doubt whatsoever, of Nigeria’s support for the unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Cameroon.”

“We encourage the Cameroonian authorities to engage all aggrieved parties in a constructive manner to de-escalate tensions in Anglophone regions.”

He said the meeting was expected to examine trans-border security issues and build on successes recorded so far in the actualization of peace and security along the borders.

In his address at the occasion, Cameroon Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralisation, Rene Emmanuel Sadi, commended the collaborative efforts between Nigeria and Cameroon that decimated the Boko Haram Terrorist group and called for a review of existing laws and agreements in order to strengthen the security frame work to ensure trans-border and regional security.

Also speaking, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Khadija Ibrahim, called for developing common institutions to facilitate peaceful coexistence along borderlines.

She said the collaboration between Nigerian troops and Cameroon Defence forces has resonated in the decimation of the threat posed by Boko Haram Terrorists group in recent years.

 

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  1. Ezekiel Okeke 5th February 2018 at 7:30 pm

    The fraudulent political name Nigeria is dead- it is Yugoslavia of Africa, so do all its institutions are dead which must be erased with the Sword in the ongoing Revolution War of the natives under Disintegrated Republics of the natives. Fulani criminal terrorists hidden under the dead fraudulent political name Nigeria Political Control over this territory of the natives is over and must be erased with the Sword in the ongoing Revolution War of the natives under the natives Disintegrated Republics. Nothing on earth will keep fulani criminal terrorists Political Control over this territory of the native, nothing on earth will keep the dead fraudulent political name Nigeria in this territory of the natives. Natives of the present territory call Cameroon has to handle their political issue scientifically based on their natives backgrounds- this is 21st century world of advanced humanity, if they listen to the fulani illiterate fools whom their days in this territory of the natives is over and do not handle Cameroon natives political issue scientifically based on their natives backgrounds- that when they expect destabilization.

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