According to Daily Times, Director-General of the National Orientation Agency, Mike Omeri, made this known during a routine briefing at the National Information Centre in Abuja. During the briefing, the security situation in the country was discussed.
“The Centre wishes to alert the nation of intelligence reports indicating the radicalization of our youths through social media and a variety of other sources.
The reports show that these youths, who are mostly children of the rich and affluent, are being recruited into ISIS.
We, therefore, call on parents and guardians, especially those whose wards are schooling abroad, to closely monitor the activities of these students who may be susceptible to the antics of the promoters of the ISIS ideology.”
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