By Vivian Okejeme, Abuja
A Civil Society group, yesterday, reiterated that an enhanced synergy, consultation and less conspiracy among political leaders and relevant stakeholders as the best way to curb insecurity.
The Save Humanity Advocacy Center(SHAC) maintained that the aforementioned strategy will double the Armed Forces’ successes recorded in the last five years.
According to SHAC, the strategies being deployed by the military hierarchy has been effective despite sabotage by International Non- Governmental Organizations and the political actors within the theatre.
The centre made this known in its abridged strategic report on the Boko Haram crisis in Nigeria from 2010 till date and the effectiveness of the Nigerian Military strategies towards addressing the threats posed by the Insurgency.
In the report signed by its Executive Secretary, Abubakar Ibrahim, on Wednesday, the SHAC analysed the genesis of the Boko Haram crisis, the approach of previous governments and what the current administration is doing differently.
Among others, the centre recalled that the military headquarters was moved from Abuja to Maiduguri, funding for operations drastically increased and new military leadership were appointed.
This, according to the report, has resulted in a significant turnaround in the prosecution of the Boko Haram war in favour of the Nigerian troops who are edging closer to the end of its clearance operations.
In order to sustain the momentum, the centre, however, urged stakeholders to join hands with the federal government.