Customs chief Wal Adeni told reporters the situation was being reviewed and efforts were being made to achieve border security and regional unity. However, he said that the Nigerian border will reopen and they will make a clear announcement and let everyone know.
But in all his statements, he did not disclose information on food imports or car sales, and in the way he addressed the media, he explained exactly how the process of opening Bododin would be. He made the remarks after a private meeting with President Borah Tinub at the Istana on Tuesday.
Of course, as long as Tinub opens the gates of Nigeria and orders food to be imported, God willing, we are sure food supplies will be severely reduced and poor people in Nigeria will live in comfort.
Brothers and sisters, we must continue to pray and ask God to strengthen us.
The chairman of the Kwara State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Wale Adeniyi, has urged Nigerians to be vigilant and take measures to ensure peace and security in the country. He stated that everyone must be aware of their surroundings and report any suspicious activity to the authorities.
However, he noted that simply being cautious does not mean avoiding basic necessities such as food and transportation. He emphasized that the fight against insurgency and insecurity in Nigeria must not hinder the daily activities of citizens.
Adeniyi made these remarks during a recent secret meeting with APC National Leader, Bola Tinubu, in Abuja. Tinubu is a key proponent of the “Bododin” agenda, which seeks to revamp the agricultural sector and create job opportunities for Nigerians.
Surely, if the Bododin initiative is carried out effectively, we can hope for a brighter future for Nigeria. Let us all pray for lasting peace and security.
✍️ Comr Abba Sani Pantami