President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday, September 18, 2014 pledged that the menace posed by the Boko Haram sect would have undergone drastic changes as the Nigerian security forces are poised to tackle the stop the insurgents in their tracks more than ever, according to a report by Vanguard.
President Jonathan also seized the opportunity to commiserate with the victims of terror attacks carried out in Kano and Kaduna, as he disclosed plans to attend the United Nations General Assembly summit on Global Terrorism with all notable global super power in attendance.
He said: “Nigeria is having an unfair share. Terror is a global problem, and Nigeria situation is going beyond terror. When terrorists think about holding ground, attempting to install leadership, it is no longer terrorism, it is almost like going into the line of succession. Between now and October, things will change.”