US Statement About Terrorism In Lagos Hotel Is Inappropriate- Fashola

America, USA, Consul-General over the weekend, as inappropriate, saying the information shouldn’t have been made public.  He emphasized that the information should have been made private instead of making the public panic.

The governor further went to say the information violates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948; Freedom from fear.


“I think that there are channels of communication that information of that type can be shared without creating panic and I think that citizens of all nationals can be protected without throwing a cat among pigeons.

“I will hope that we are more circumspect in the way we share information and that our intentions are noble. This is very important at this time, what the country needs is more information in the right hands, to the right places.

“This will assist our agencies and government to overcome this difficult period and not disseminating information through the social media especially, in a way that there is no control and management. Anyone who does that does not mean well for the country,” the Governor stated.


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