“Progressively, they become weaker and weaker until the horse finally gives up.’’
Buhari said that the war had moved to the next phase, which would be intelligence-driven.
In carrying out the second phase of the war, the President said he had approved the establishment of an intelligence fusion centre in Maiduguri.
He said the centre which would gather and share intelligence among security agencies in the country would go a long way in ending the campaign of suicide bombing.
According to him, the commissioning of the Radio Station is, therefore, timely at the time it is needed to leverage information and communication to rev up the intelligence-driven phase of the war against terror.
The President called on the media, especially radio and television to continue to play their part by offering their platforms to communicate useful information to the populace.