NSA Ribadu unveils Tinubu’s plan for security in Niger Delta

The National Security Adviser, NSA, Nuhu Ribadu, has said president Bola Tinubu might soon present policy guidance that will define his security management posture for the Niger Delta region under his ‘Renewed Hope’ agenda.’

Ribadu said a directorate of security will be set up in the Niger Delta that will oversee the president’s security agenda in the region.

Represented by his Special Adviser on Energy Security and Niger Delta Affair, the NSA spoke at a Niger Delta stakeholders summit in Port Harcourt, Rivers state yesterday.

Ribadu said Tinubu’s broader and long-term national security vision includes “moving internal security from the current strong posture of kinetic to non-kinetic operations”.

He noted that his office “will emphasise security from human and socio-economic development point of view to deepen democratic culture in the Niger Delta”.

“We will have a very robust engagement to support the president and articulate a compressive presidential policy on Niger Delta security.

“We should expect that when that fully materializes, the president will most likely personally present policy guidance that will define his security management posture for the sustainable development of the Niger Delta, under the ‘Renewed Hope’ agenda.”

NSA Ribadu unveils Tinubu’s plan for security in Niger Delta

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