The presidency has said president Muhammadu Buhari will address all forms of insecurity challenges before handing over power to his successor in 2023.
The Special Adviser to the president on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, made this known in Abuja on Wednesday at a yearly conference on security and communication.
Adesina said that the hydra-headed monster of insecurity would be a thing of the past before the next general elections.
The presidential spokesperson, who presided over the conference, remarked that indices across the country have confirmed that the country was gradually overcoming the insecurity challenges inherited by Buhari.
Adesina referred to some crisis-ridden parts of the nation, adding that the situation has calmed down in the past few months.
“Although some people, for reasons best known to them, would not agree, the fact and the truth is that Nigeria is overcoming the insecurity challenges.
“The situation is calming down, and the President, Muhammadu Buhari, will leave the country better than he inherited it.
“Security is daily getting better and President Buhari will win the war before he hands over power next year”, he said.