Hunger crisis: Suleman calls out as Boko Haram collects taxes and kills Borno farmers

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Hunger crisis: Suleman calls out as Boko Haram collects taxes and kills Borno farmers

The operations of Boko Haram extremists in some parts of Borno and Adamawa are causing a shortage of food in Nigeria, according to Abdulsalam Suleman, a public affairs analyst and senior consultant.

According to him, food availability is impacted in some areas of Borno State where farmers are unable to access their land because Boko Haram rebels are collecting levies.

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He revealed to the Daily Post that these taxes are killing off a number of farmers on their farms.

Nigerians are currently complaining about the lack of food in their country as the economic crisis gets worse.

In pursuit of this objective, President Bola Tinubu has instructed the Inspector General of Police, Nuhu Ribadu, the National Security Advisor, and the Department of State Services to keep an eye on warehouses nationwide that are stockpiling food goods.

They are to hinder the proprietors of these warehouses from making a profit, as commanded by Tinubu.

Suleman, however, stated: “I’m particular about the amount of insecurity in our country right now; this problem has always existed. During the Jonathan administration in 2015, as I recall, Buhari declared that Boko Haram will be eliminated in three months and that the previous president was incompetent and unable to handle the economy.

After eight years, Boko Haram, which was initially in the Borno and Adamawa states in the Northeast, has expanded to Katsina, Zamfara, Niger, Sokoto, and other states. Therefore, Buhari was unable to eradicate Boko Haram after eight years. It progressed to the point of obtaining taxes. Levies have been collected in Alabama up to this point in Sabo Birni, Sokoto State, and Zamfara. If the levy is still outstanding, you dare not enter your farmland.

Due to the fact that some farmers are being killed along with their families and farm workers, many of them are abandoning their operations. It has been difficult to visit these farms for the past two years, and since most of the farmers were unable to plant during the previous growing season, there is currently a food shortage. You cannot harvest what you did not plant, and individuals who did plant have not been allowed to weed their farms or gather their produce. This is a factor in the current food scarcity we are experiencing.

The operations of Boko Haram extremists in some parts of Borno and Adamawa are causing a shortage of food in Nigeria, according to Abdulsalam Suleman, a public affairs analyst and senior consultant.

According to him, food availability is impacted in some areas of Borno State where farmers are unable to access their land because Boko Haram rebels are collecting levies.

He revealed to the Daily Post that these taxes are killing off a number of farmers on their farms.

Nigerians are currently complaining about the lack of food in their country as the economic crisis gets worse.

In pursuit of this objective, President Bola Tinubu has instructed the Inspector General of Police, Nuhu Ribadu, the National Security Advisor, and the Department of State Services to keep an eye on warehouses nationwide that are stockpiling food goods.

They are to hinder the proprietors of these warehouses from making a profit, as commanded by Tinubu.

Suleman, however, stated: “I’m particular about the amount of insecurity in our country right now; this problem has always existed. During the Jonathan administration in 2015, as I recall, Buhari declared that Boko Haram will be eliminated in three months and that the previous president was incompetent and unable to handle the economy.

After eight years, Boko Haram, which was initially in the Borno and Adamawa states in the Northeast, has expanded to Katsina, Zamfara, Niger, Sokoto, and other states. Therefore, Buhari was unable to eradicate Boko Haram after eight years. It progressed to the point of obtaining taxes. Levies have been collected in Alabama up to this point in Sabo Birni, Sokoto State, and Zamfara. If the levy is still outstanding, you dare not enter your farmland.

Due to the fact that some farmers are being killed along with their families and farm workers, many of them are abandoning their operations. It has been difficult to visit these farms for the past two years, and since most of the farmers were unable to plant during the previous growing season, there is currently a food shortage. You cannot harvest what you did not plant, and individuals who did plant have not been allowed to weed their farms or gather their produce. This is a factor in the current food scarcity we are experiencing.

The operations of Boko Haram extremists in some parts of Borno and Adamawa are causing a shortage of food in Nigeria, according to Abdulsalam Suleman, a public affairs analyst and senior consultant.

According to him, food availability is impacted in some areas of Borno State where farmers are unable to access their land because Boko Haram rebels are collecting levies.

He revealed to the Daily Post that these taxes are killing off a number of farmers on their farms.

Nigerians are currently complaining about the lack of food in their country as the economic crisis gets worse.

In pursuit of this objective, President Bola Tinubu has instructed the Inspector General of Police, Nuhu Ribadu, the National Security Advisor, and the Department of State Services to keep an eye on warehouses nationwide that are stockpiling food goods.

They are to hinder the proprietors of these warehouses from making a profit, as commanded by Tinubu.

Suleman, however, stated: “I’m particular about the amount of insecurity in our country right now; this problem has always existed. During the Jonathan administration in 2015, as I recall, Buhari declared that Boko Haram will be eliminated in three months and that the previous president was incompetent and unable to handle the economy.

After eight years, Boko Haram, which was initially in the Borno and Adamawa states in the Northeast, has expanded to Katsina, Zamfara, Niger, Sokoto, and other states. Therefore, Buhari was unable to eradicate Boko Haram after eight years. It progressed to the point of obtaining taxes. Levies have been collected in Alabama up to this point in Sabo Birni, Sokoto State, and Zamfara. If the levy is still outstanding, you dare not enter your farmland.

Due to the fact that some farmers are being killed along with their families and farm workers, many of them are abandoning their operations. It has been difficult to visit these farms for the past two years, and since most of the farmers were unable to plant during the previous growing season, there is currently a food shortage. You cannot harvest what you did not plant, and individuals who did plant have not been allowed to weed their farms or gather their produce. This is a factor in the current food scarcity we are experiencing.

The operations of Boko Haram extremists in some parts of Borno and Adamawa are causing a shortage of food in Nigeria, according to Abdulsalam Suleman, a public affairs analyst and senior consultant.

According to him, food availability is impacted in some areas of Borno State where farmers are unable to access their land because Boko Haram rebels are collecting levies.

He revealed to the Daily Post that these taxes are killing off a number of farmers on their farms.

Nigerians are currently complaining about the lack of food in their country as the economic crisis gets worse.

In pursuit of this objective, President Bola Tinubu has instructed the Inspector General of Police, Nuhu Ribadu, the National Security Advisor, and the Department of State Services to keep an eye on warehouses nationwide that are stockpiling food goods.

They are to hinder the proprietors of these warehouses from making a profit, as commanded by Tinubu.

Suleman, however, stated: “I’m particular about the amount of insecurity in our country right now; this problem has always existed. During the Jonathan administration in 2015, as I recall, Buhari declared that Boko Haram will be eliminated in three months and that the previous president was incompetent and unable to handle the economy.

After eight years, Boko Haram, which was initially in the Borno and Adamawa states in the Northeast, has expanded to Katsina, Zamfara, Niger, Sokoto, and other states. Therefore, Buhari was unable to eradicate Boko Haram after eight years. It progressed to the point of obtaining taxes. Levies have been collected in Alabama up to this point in Sabo Birni, Sokoto State, and Zamfara. If the levy is still outstanding, you dare not enter your farmland.

Due to the fact that some farmers are being killed along with their families and farm workers, many of them are abandoning their operations. It has been difficult to visit these farms for the past two years, and since most of the farmers were unable to plant during the previous growing season, there is currently a food shortage. You cannot harvest what you did not plant, and individuals who did plant have not been allowed to weed their farms or gather their produce. This is a factor in the current food scarcity we are experiencing.

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