President Buhari called for illegal flow curbing

April 14, 2019 |

On Saturday, President Muhammadu Buhari called for attempt to curb the illegal flow into Nigeria with the join of leaders in the region. There are also some notable issues to be mention during the conference.

The Saturday occasion was when there was a Conference of Heads of State and Government of the Community of Sahel-Saharan States. Through the conference, Buhari expressed his regret for the illegal flow of small arms into Nigeria. Due to the lack of ability to control the issue, many bad problems have happened and affected the political, economic and social circumstances in this country.

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He was afraid that the small arms may flow into the hands of insurgents, bandits and militia forces. During the past years, Nigeria has passed tremendous regulations to control the spreading of these small arms and light weapons to this country. However, the effects of the acts are not significant until now.

President Idris Derby, through his visit, also discussed the recent problems of irregular migration, especially the trafficking of children and women. Children and women are among the most vulnerable people who need the better methods for protection and ensuring their safety and life quality.

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Also in the conference, the leader of Nigeria also emphasized the need of reinvigoration of the interest in the nation. He approved proposals to pay for the backlogs of some unpaid funds. Furthermore, it is a necessary action to boost the work on the process of treaty ratification, which binds members of the organization.

At the same time, the president of Nigeria also expected to have a better method to protect a large population of Nigerians who live in Libya, the host country of the CEN-SAD Secretariat. He expressed a big concern for the safety and living quality of the Nigerians who have to live abroad, especially in the particular country.

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