Nuhu Ribadu, the new National Security Adviser (NSA), has been given tasks to tackle as he assumes office.
Shehu Sani, a former Kaduna Central senator, said Ribadu should end the criminality of terrorism, banditry, killings, and kidnappings across the country.
Sani also urged Ribadu to ensure the protection of schools and farmers from terrorists.
Tweeting, the political activist lamented that previous governments wasted billions of dollars fighting insecurity without much success.
According to Sani: “Our expectations and the urgent task before the new NSA Ribadu are to end the criminality of terrorism, banditry, and the incessant killings and kidnapping for ransom in this country.
“There should be a renewed and result-oriented effort to secure our schools and protect farmers from terrorists.
“The past Government wasted billions of dollars, held hundreds of meetings, banned mining activities, banned the use of motorcycles, shut down telecommunications, claimed to have bombarded all sorts of places and even organised prayers and yet left us with terrorist kingpins in the likes of Bello Turji, Dogo Gide, Ado Aleru and co. We expect a different approach and a better result.”