Explosions: "Don't Lose Hope" - Buhari

After 40 people died In less than 24 hours from attacks by  Boko Haram, Nigeria's President gave his Country cold comfort as he asked them not to lose hope.

Boko Haram that he has vowed to end by next month has renewed its spate of bombings. They carried out two attacks in Yola, Tuesday night and Kano, Wednesday afternoon.

The attacks killed more than 40 people.

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Mr Buhari did not visit either scene of the attacks but instead went to Kebi State on "an official visit".

Meanwhile, his army is still flooding the media with syrops of how many fighters  It has "killed".
We said on Tuesday that those information management gambits might work if Nigeria was fighting a regular army.
That against a terror group, it only embolden them.

It would seem to me that the government has lost its priority, namely insecurity, as it dissipates money it does not have on vindictive war on corruption, needless visits and  large governorship campaigns.

Meanwhile, more than 2000 people have died in attacks since Mr Buhari came to power. A figure that is higher that all deaths in 6 years of the former government.
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