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Reps Caucus warns terrorists’ ‘sponsors,’ urges Buhari to review economic policies

The Minority Caucus of the House of Representatives has cautioned those behind terrorism in Nigeria.

Leader of the Caucus, Ndudi Elumelu, urged those behind terrorism in Nigeria to retrace their steps.

He made the appeal while calling for the release of passengers abducted during the terrorist attack on a Kaduna-Abuja bound train.

In his Easter message, the Minority Leader urged leaders to prioritize the security and economic well-being of Nigerians.

He also urged the Federal Government to review its economic policies and curb corruption.

According to Elumelu: “In the spirit of the season, our caucus calls on those behind acts of terrorism in our country to retrace their steps. We call for the release of our brothers and sisters in their captivity including those abducted in the recent terrorist attack on the Kaduna/Abuja bound train.

Furthermore, the Minority Caucus tasks all leaders at all levels and spheres of engagement to reorder their priorities and put the interest and wellbeing of the people above all other considerations.

The security and economic sustenance of Nigerians must be paramount at this point in time. The Minority Caucus, therefore, urges the Federal Government to immediately review its economic policies, curb corruption and waste as well as restructure the management of our national resources in a way that will revamp productivity, infrastructural development, engender reduction in cost of food, essential commodities and critical services, boost employment and job creation and ensure lasting peace in our nation.”

Chinweuba Anyaragbuhttps://cdanewsonline.com
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