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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Senator Adeyemi Weeps Over Nigeria's Insecurity Issues On The Senate Floor

The Senator representing Kogi West Senatorial District, Smart Adeyemi, in emotion-laden contribution to a motion on insecurity in Nigeria on Tuesday, wept openly over sustained devastation and wreck by terrorists across the nation.








While contributing to the motion sponsored by Senator Sani Musa, stating that Boko Haram terrorists have taken over three Local Governments in Niger State, Adeyemi admitted that security system has collapsed and innocent citizens are the receiving end.



He said said: “Mr President, insecurity is a serious problem today in Nigeria and there come a time where we can do nothing, but to speak the truth irrespective of sentiment.

“Today Mr. President, all of us are being threatened. A lot have been said this morning Mr. President and I want to thank you for giving us time to speak expressly on this issue.


“Like my sister was saying, there come a time when talk will talk itself. There comes a time when truth becomes a torchlight.

“We need not to run away from the fact that more than ever before in the history of our nation, this is the worst instability so far and because of insecurity in our nation, today there are of lot misgivings; there are a lot lot of misinterpretation.


“Some persons believe it is government that is supporting terrorists; some people believe some persons sponsored those who are destabilising our nation. We are not pretending we are capable of confronting the situation in our hand.

“America as powerful as they are, when pandemic came through China they woke up to their responsibilities. We shouldn’t pretend that we needed foreign support.

Adeyemi insisted that government should seek foreign intervention before the nation is doomed, adding that Nigeria should forget about its pride and seek foreign aid.


“Let no body deceive us Mr. President. A lot of millions of naira has been put into security services nothing is coming out of it. We wouldn’t wait until our nation got burnt. Let us get up and call for foreign support. I am APC and I have been supporting our party, but let the President know that we who support APC could no longer keep quiet.

“The President must rise to the occasion. The nation is on fire; the President must rise to the occasion. It cost us nothing to get foreign support. We must rise to the occasion of speaking he truth to save this country or else we will be consumed.


“Everyone of us have chapter of history. When the history of this period is told, whatever is our position will be a chapter.

“We cannot keep quiet any longer. It has gotten to a level that we can no longer sleep with our eyes closed. Our children are not free. The President must rise to the occasion.

“The situation is our security system has collapsed; it has failed, because it has failed, we need foreign support, it cost Nigeria nothing. Forget the ego, forget Nigeria in African nation.


Hel lamented that crisis has engulfed the nation, stressing that the National Assembly should act fast before it gets late, particularly that terrorists are few distance away from the Federal Capital Territory.

“From the North to the South nobody is safe and Boko Baram are to kilometres to the nation’s capital and today, I cannot travel to Kaduna and Niger State where I was born.

“The President knows this is a bad time for our nation. They are killing people in the East. What are we doing in the National Assembly? Our country is bleeding….” (weeps).
from dailypost

30 comments:

  1. Even Anambra here is on fire,if you see the type of gun they fired yesterday at Owerri Road onitsha here yesterday.

    Truly the way im seeing things,na only Miracle from God we need now,Govt can do anything again o.

    Nigeria is on file, almost every part of it.

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    1. Oh lily u r here 2? Did u see d drama at Awka? Omoooo, Army barricaded roads, I missed my trip,had to go tru d same headache of roadblocks.
      There was a kidnap in Igbariam more than fifteen uni students abducted, Imo State is worst.

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    2. Where in Awka did they put the barricade?

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    3. You say kidnap??Igbariam University students you mean,oh God please don't allow them to succeed.

      I haven't heard of any kidnap but they killed Navy men at Owerri Road yesterday. .

      Who knows their next plan now.

      God protect us all

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  2. My heart bleeds after reading this now it is touching everyone either you are poor or rich.

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    1. *whether*....not...'either'you are poor or rich.

      Please, simple English like this one should not be a problem.

      You made a valid point, anyway.

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  3. Reading it breaks my heart, I'm tired of all the terrible happenings, like we are not even afraid of road accident or sicknesses and diseases as much as we fear the kidnappers, no where seems safe in this country.

    Goningora,that is less than 30mins drive to my side, they have started kidnapping people from their homes.
    People are abandoning their homes and livelihood to seek for safety.

    If seeking foreign aid is what will bring a lasting solution they should pls do gaskiya I'm tired.

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    1. Sadly they won’t seek any aid and they won’t do anything about the security situation in the country. U know why? They see it as war against their brothers.

      God help us!!

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  4. Before now what was his/their stand? They say nor did nothing concerning the evil going on cos they all are part of it,but cos it's directly affecting them now,he's here weeping? Oshisco! Assuming alot of ish has been tackled since,it will not get to this point we are all in

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  5. I don tire ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ

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  6. I watched the video last night,
    So sad..
    I'm just of this country.
    No where is safe here.

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  7. Cry me an Atlantic Ocean!! After shedding crocodile tears, what next Mr Wolf in sheep clothing...You all are involved in the deterioration of the security in the country...Is legislature not for check and balances in the executive arm yet you rubberstamp everything Buhari does because of political gains against 2023..Abeg make I be like that anonymous; receive your baskets of shame that your useless tears cannot hold ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ

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    1. Phoenix, you couldn't have said it better! Crocodile tears and rubberstamp legislature! ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ

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  8. Oh please...spare me the tears. When the chibok girls were kidnapped, Britain, Australia, US and some other countries offered to help! They were ready to send soldiers immediately....what did you do???

    Fast forward to now, you greedy polithiefcians are well aware that Buhari is mentally incapable to rule the country and each time there is call for impeachment, you don't allow it pass first reading and now you're here asking for foreign support??? How???

    Miyetti has been threatening every non Hausa for years and even carried out their agenda as we speak. You never cautioned them or said anything but it's now beginning to touch you directly, you want foreign support.

    Increase salaries of soldiers and employ more people mba...instead you allowed a group of illiterates to rehabilitate bloody killers and incorporate them into the army and you expect them to do what exactly??

    You're very much aware they have been the ones giving locations of soldiers to BH to be killed now you're asking for foreign support...ndi Ara!

    It's too early for me to say 'thunder fire you' but I will definitely say the hand you gave Nigerians will definitely come back to you...rubbish!

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    1. Amethyst ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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    2. Bless you Amethyst. I feel for our security personnel, God save them o.See how they are being wasted ontop this useless country matter.

      Most of their wives are widowed now with their kids roaming around.

      What is the future of this country in some years to come .

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  9. The devilish woman remi tinubu asked him while he was talking
    "Are you in PDP?"
    This is to show you that the tinubus are not human. Devil runs in their veins.
    You can imagine a woman's response to a nation's tragedy. Ahhhh!

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    1. Negodu...just negodu. I hope her fellow tribesmen are watching and seeing how heartless the Tinubus are.

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    2. Maybe she didn't know her mic was on or something.
      "Are you in PDP? Are you a wolf in sheep's clothing?"
      This was what someone's mother asked when a man cried about insecurity.
      Adeboye are you seeing your pastor?
      God go punish all of una.

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    3. Like seriously?. So it's only PDP that hates evil. It's ok

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    4. Insecurity is now a party affair. A very stupid woman.
      Even a fool is thought wise until he opens his mouth.

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    5. What??? What has party you belong to got to do with the security of a nation? If anything happens it will definitely affect everyone...

      I wonder why she was made a pastor...

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  10. The solution is simple, Buhari should go, they are all keeping blind eye to the stark truth

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  11. When GEJ was in power, he used South African mercenaries to tackle certain security issues.

    However when PMB assumed power, he terminated that arrangement government had with the mercenaries; claiming that our Armed Forces personnel were able to handle all such security issues.

    Left for me, PMB should seek the assistance of the Israeli government in handling these terrorist masquerading as religious and ethnic champions. But obviously he won't because of his religious and political posture towards Israel.

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    1. #StopKidnappingOurSchoolChildren Phoenix28 April 2021 at 12:27

      Super V the last paragraph is 100%..Why not use Isreal why should it be UK or US

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