- The Nigerian Army has been commended on its operation against the terrorists in the northeast region
- A centre also said President Buhari has proved himself as the leader Nigeria truly deserves by diminishing the blazing swords of destructive forces against the nation-state
- According to the centre, there are plots in secret places by these infinitely unappeasable elements, who have continued to foment crises, attacks and killings in different parts of Nigeria
The Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency (CESJET) has passed a vote of confidence to Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai and troops of the Nigerian Army involved in the war against terrorism.
The centre said the Army chief has surpassed expectations despite obvious plots from desperate politicians and their collaborators to undermine the gains.
In a statement signed by the executive secretary, Isaac Ikpa, the Centre said it is pleased by the COAS, his troops and President Muhammadu Buhari for the level of operations carried out against the insurgents and other criminal elements.
Ikpa urging Nigerians to support the Army in its ultimate of goal restoring total peace and tranquillity in the land said Nigeria is troubled by instigated multi-dimensional security breaches.
He said President Buhari has proved himself as the leader Nigeria truly deserves by diminishing the blazing swords of destructive forces against the nation-state.
Ikpa said: "The assemblage of elites who have lost out of the favour of power from the masses, quite unacceptably have elevated personal feuds and disgruntlement to statecraft by veiled violent expression of grievances."
CESJET said it is aware of the plots in secret places by these infinitely unappeasable elements, who have continued to foment crises, attacks and killings in different parts of the country.
Ikpa said these are orchestrations they back-up with a litany of lethal propaganda to undermine or dwarf the track records of the COAS on security to serve their egoistic instincts of devilry.
Ikpa added that: "The Service and Security Chiefs (SSCs), the DSS, the Police and other sister security agencies in Nigeria’s security framework have added immense value to the security re-engineering, re-ordering and new face of Nigeria."
"They have collectively and sedulously worked to pull back Nigeria from the brink of total collapse of security sanity," Ikpa said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Sultan of Sokoto had warned the leaders of Nigeria that the Nigerian populace is suffering.
The sultan said Nigerian leaders must learn to sympathise with the masses and work towards solving the challenges of insecurity in the country.
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