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Terror group worse than Boko Haram may emerge - Sultan Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar



The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, has warned about another future Boko Haram because of the over 50,000 orphaned youths in the North.

Speaking at a security meeting in Kaduna on Thursday, the monarch also condemned the setting up of Operation Shege-Ka-Fasa by the Coalition of Northern Groups in the region, calling on northern elders to caution them and “don’t allow the youths to take over leadership from you”.


He further revealed that nothing was done about the orphans, they would turn out to be worse than Boko Haram if northern governors failed to act.

He blamed the northern elite for the socio-political challenges facing the region.

The CNGs unveiled the symbol of the security outfit in Kaduna on Wednesday.

The Sultan said, said, “Governors must see that they do more to address insecurity, just imagine that there are over 50,000 orphans. They will be worst than Boko Haram if allowed to grow without proper care.

“Several recommendations have been made but are not implemented and as they remain unimplemented, we will continue to suffer the consequences.

“We are not short of solutions to the challenges facing the North, what we lack is implementation.

“There was a committee set up by the Northern Governors’ Forum under Talban Minna (ex-Niger State Governor Babangida Aliyu), the committee was asked to go round the North and see how they could find solutions to the problems of the region. The committee called me and said they wanted to start with me before they go to other emirs and chiefs, then I told the committee chairman, ‘don’t worry, I will summon all these emirs and chiefs to Kaduna, so that you can hear our submissions in one place’.

“The meeting took place here at the State House, Kawo, Kaduna, and I remember saying at the meeting that we caused our problems in the North and if we wanted to solve our problems, we would solve them, nobody needed to come from anywhere to solve our problems for us. At the end, that committee finished its work, submitted its report to the northern governors, but, what have they done with it?
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