Yola - Governor Murtala Nyako of Adamawa on Thursday called for proactive measures to stop the Boko Haram carnage in states under emergency rule.
Nyako, who spoke to newsmen in Yola, said the authorities needed to do more to allay the fears of the public.
He said the affected people were disturbed by the way security situation was deteriorating in their areas.
He said that the authorities should fish out who were funding the insurgents, and why the steady attacks on the populace even with the state of emergency in place.
Nyako, who gave example of many incidents of daring attacks by the insurgents in Yobe, Adamawa and Borno, urged the authorities to be more proactive.
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