Kill all bandits in Katsina - Sadique Abubakar tells troops

Kill all bandits in Katsina - Sadique Abubakar tells troops

- The chief of air staff, Air Marshall Sadique Abubakar, has directed troops to neutralise all suspected bandits in Katsina

- The chief of air staff gave the directive on Thursday, June 4, when he paid a visit to a military base in Katsina

- Abubakar said troops should ensure that people are able to go about their businesses without fear of being attacked by bandits

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Troops of the Nigerian Air Force have been directed by the chief of air staff, Air Marshall Sadique Abubakar, to locate and neutralise all suspected bandits in Katsina state.

The chief of air staff gave the directive on Thursday, June 4, when he paid a visit to a military base in Katsina, Daily Trust reports.

Air chief tells troops to kill all bandits in Katsina

Abubakar said troops should ensure that people are able to go about their businesses without fear. Photo credits: The Nation
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He urged troops to continue their operation against the bandits and ensure that people are able to go about their businesses without fear of being attacked by bandits.

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Abubakar said there should be no room for bandits and other criminals to operate.

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Meanwhile, as insecurity continues to pose threats to the peaceful existence of Nigeria, the House of Representatives has decided to subject the service chiefs to an inquiry.

During a plenary on Thursday, June 4, the federal lawmakers at the lower chambers raised eyebrows against the security potholes and rise in attacks in some states.

As insecurity continues to pose threats to the peaceful existence of Nigeria, the House of Representatives has decided to subject the service chiefs to an inquiry. During a plenary on Thursday, June 4, the federal lawmakers at the lower chambers raised eyebrows against the security potholes and rise in attacks in some states.

Legit.ng recalled that over a couple of weeks, there has been a run of attacks in Kaduna and Sokoto in which hundreds of people were gruesomely killed by men suspected to be bandits and insurgents.

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Many villages were brought down to ruins while properties and farms were destroyed as local residents ran for safety while attackers descended on vulnerable communities with a dangerous weapon.

In another report, a group, Nigeria Arise Against Crime (NAAC) has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately sack the current military chiefs to save Nigeria and his administration from the embarrassment of losing several lives to insurgents and banditry on a daily basis.

The group made the call on Thursday, June 4 in Abuja at a press conference addressed by its national coordinator, Dr Yusuf Kazeem.

According to Kazeem, the continued retention of the security chiefs is a disservice to the nation's security framework.

His words: “Imperial facts available to us shows that the service chiefs have exhausted their wit. Nothing new is been done to add vigour to the fight against insurgents, bandits and other criminal elements.

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“However, to create an impression that the war is being won, the military chiefs and its collaborators in the corridors of power have engaged propagandist using the media to give Nigeria and the world false impression.

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