Minister of State for Defence Cautions Nigerians Against Inflammatory Language

The Honourable Minister of State for Defence, Dr. Bello Muhammed Matawalle, has issued a caution to Nigerians against the use of inflammatory language when discussing the government. Dr. Matawalle emphasized that such comments are unnecessary and can be incisive and destructive, potentially exacerbating tensions and leading to violence in the nation.

The minister’s statement comes in response to unguarded utterances from some sections of the populace. He urged citizens to exercise restraint and engage in constructive dialogue, emphasizing the importance of fostering unity and understanding in the face of challenges.

Dr. Matawalle highlighted the capacity and political will of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to address the nation’s issues and work tirelessly towards a better Nigeria. The call for responsible and measured discourse aligns with the government’s commitment to maintaining peace and security in the country.

In related news, a recent report sheds light on the challenges faced by a significant number of Americans, revealing that approximately 49 million people, equivalent to one out of every six individuals in the U.S., relied on hunger relief programs for support in 2022. This support includes the Feeding America nationwide network, encompassing over 200 food banks, 21 statewide food bank associations, and more than 60,000 partner food pantries and meal programs.

The data underscores the ongoing issue of food insecurity in the United States, emphasizing the crucial role of food banks and related programs in providing assistance to those in need. As the nation grapples with social and economic challenges, addressing issues of hunger and food access remains a significant concern for policymakers and communities alike.

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