ABUJA – President Goodluck Jonathan said he would urge UN Assembly in September to establish coordinated system for sharing intelligence in solving challenge of terrorism in Nigeria and rest of the world.
Jonathan made this known in a publication by the Washington Post.
“In September, I will urge the UN General Assembly to establish coordinated system for sharing intelligence and if necessary, special forces and law enforcement organs to confront terrorism wherever it occurs.
“In Nigeria, there are political, religious and ethnic cleavages to overcome if we are to defeat Boko Haram.
“We need greater understanding and outreach between Muslims and Christians.
“We also know that, as it seeks to recruit the gullible, Boko Haram exploits the economic disparities that remain a problem in our country’’, he said.