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Terrorists who tried to oust me are in Nigeria – Recep Tayyip Erdoga

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey who is Nigeria on a 2-day official visit, has said that the Fetullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO) which he blamed for the July 15, 2016, failed coup attempt against his government, is still active in Nigeria.

Addressing newsmen in Turkish which was interpreted by one of the officials on his entourage, Erdogan who noted that they’ve been sharing intelligence with Nigerian interlocutors and authorities, asked Nigeria to join his country to forge a solidarity in the fight against terrorism.

He also noted the Nigeria is one of the oldest allies of Turkey in Africa, as they’ve had 60 years of diplomatic ties.

Erdogan said;

“Distinguished members of the press, as Turkey, we have been closely monitoring the developments unfolding in Nigeria, our brotherly and friendly nation.

“The terrorist organisations, the armed gangs and the marine bandits are continuously active in Nigeria and the Nigerian authorities are continuously fighting against them. So, in order to cooperate further in the fields of military, defense, and security, we are doing everything that will be available….

“As we’re probably aware of the fact that Turkey has been fighting against terrorist organisations for many decades, such as the PKK, PYD, FETO, DASH and other terrorist organisations.

“The perpetrator of the heinous failed coup of July the 15th, FETO, is still illegally active in Nigeria, and we are continuously sharing our intelligence with the Nigerian interlocutors and authorities. I hope and pray that our Nigerian brothers will forge a closer solidarity in this field with us, the Republic of Turkey. I hope and pray that our visit will yield the most auspicious results and I would like to thank my distinguished brother, President Buhari, for being such a gracious host for me and for my delegation”

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