Fintiri lauds military for fighting insurgency headlong

Fintiri lauds military for fighting insurgency headlong

- Governor Ahmadu Fintiri paid a courtesy visit to troops of the 144 Battalion in Madagali, area of Adamawa state

- The governor commended the troops on their efforts in ridding the northeast region of elements of terrorism

- According to the governor, the state government will remain supportive of the security agencies in the state

The Adamawa state governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, has commended the Nigerian Military in its effort to tackle activities of insurgents in the state and northeast in general.

The governor while speaking during his visit to troops of the 144 Battalion of the Nigerian Army base in Madagali, said the military has restored peace and tranquillity in the region.

He also commended the Nigerian Military and its troops for rekindling consistent hopes for the people of the area.

Assuring the state government's support in the operations of the Military, Fintiri said, Adamawa state will remain supportive to the security agencies in the state for liberating the state from insurgents.

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Also speaking at the venue, the commanding officer of the 144 Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Suleiman, said the Nigerian military will continue to discharge its duties in line with the mandate handed to it.

Fintiri lauds military for fighting insurgency headlong

Fintiri commended the Nigerian Military and its troops for rekindling consistent hopes for the people of the area.
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that residents of Borno state had commended the Nigerian Army and its troops for re-opening the Damboa-Maiduguri Road in the state.

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The residents said the act by the troops under the leadership of the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, has earned the Nigerian Army its total support and that of the entire northeast.

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