Nigeria: Security Remains My Top Priority – Buhari

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President Muhammadu Buhari says Security Remains top Priority of his administration. He Assures Nigerians That Successes Recorded In Degrading Terrorists In The North-East Will Be Extended To Parts Of The Country Experiencing Security Challenges.

Buhari Gave The Assurance When He Received Members Of the Executive Committee of Nigerian Medical Association, Led By The President, Dr Francis Faduyile, At The State House, Abuja.

He Said Crim6inals Took Advantage Of The Focus On The Challenges In The North-East To Commit Crimes In Other Parts Of The Country.

The President Noted That Efforts are Ongoing to improve On Employment Level, Following The Success In Getting Many Persons Into The Agriculture Sector.

He Expressed The Hope That Opening Up The Economy For Investments And Getting The Youths Engaged Will Control Crime Rate In The Country.

On Health And Education, Buhari Urged States And Local Governments To Play Stronger Roles In Complementing The Efforts Of The Federal Government, Especially In Getting More Children Into Classrooms.

The NMA Leader DR Faduyile Said There is need To Make National Health Insurance Scheme Compulsory for All Nigerians, Including Those In the Informal Sector.

According To Him, Some Special Treatments, Like Cancer, Will Require Funds That Might Be Beyond The Reach Of Ma

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