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NEWS UPDATE: Taliban: Bandits can take over Nigerian government – Bamgbose warns

NEWS UPDATE: Taliban: Bandits can take over Nigerian government – Bamgbose warns

Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq., National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, has cautioned that crooks in Nigeria, could too accomplish what Taliban consummated in Afghanistan recently.

Recall that Taliban in Afghanistan as of late took over Kabul following 20 years of furnished battle and will consequently frame the public authority as the president has effectively escaped to the United Arab Emirates.

Bamgbose noticed that the entire situation started with a consistent stream of military losses; first, the Afghan government was surrendered to the Taliban in commonplace towns and cities.

Then as the absence of opposition became evident, he noted, greater urban communities and provincial capitals started to fall lastly, on Sunday the Taliban entered Kabul.

“The truth is that desperados in Nigeria, could also accomplish a similar accomplishment in Nigeria,” he revealed to DAILY POST.

“This might appear to be bizarre and mind boggling yet it can occur in Nigeria. It is on record that desperados are possessing some nearby governments in Nigeria. This implies with time they can assume control over a State in Nigeria.

“In quintessence, the Federal Government ought to critically manage the scoundrels before they will annihilate Nigeria. The Taliban take over could similarly spur the criminals to one-day endeavor to take over Aso Rock.

“This is anything but a bogus alert, yet an opportune admonition. A large portion of the criminals may not be Nigerians and one ought not question the chance of them being supported by some outside countries.

“Taliban were being supported. The best thing to do in the conditions will be to uncover the crooks before they will end up being another Taliban in Nigeria. To be cautioned is to be before armed.”

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