- Nigerians have been assured of concerted efforts by the Nigerian Army to safeguard the nation's territory from attacks
- The chief of army staff said the Army is tracking activities of sponsors of terrorism and other criminal activities in Nigeria
- According to the COAS, the Army's kinetic actions in the northeast theatre of operations have continued to dismantle terrorists' enclaves
The Nigerian Army on Tuesday, September 13, said it has been tracking the activities of terrorists and other criminals in Nigeria.
The chief of army staff, Lieutenant General Farouk Yahaya, while speaking at the opening of the COAS third Quarter Conference 2022, in Abuja said that the military is appraising its performance so far and adopting new ideas to enhance security in Nigeria.
He noted that the quarterly conference by the Nigerians Army is aimed at maintaining constant interaction with commanders in the field.
The conference also serves as a guide to help the military make improvements in their operations and other activities.
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“You have all done well in the implementation of the decisions taken during the last conference as evident in the successes recorded, particularly in our ongoing operations across all theatres of operation.
“Our kinetic actions in the Northeast theatre of operations have continued to dismantle the cohesion of the insurgents resulting in massive surrenders of the terrorists.
This has positively impacted the morale of troops and greatly bolstered the confidence of the citizens.
Efforts must therefore be geared towards leveraging on the gains so far recorded to stamp out the miscreants permanently."
FG finally reveals the stage of insecurity in Nigeria as Lai Mohammed gives details
Nigerians across the world have been assured that the worst days of insecurity in the country are over.
This assurance was handed to citizens by the minister of information, culture and tourism, Lai Mohammed.
According to Mohammed, terrorists and bandits operating in various parts of the country can only run but cannot hide.
IGP reacts to claim that 2023 general elections will not take place in some parts of Nigeria
Fear that the 2023 presidential elections might not hold in some locations due to security threats were dispelled by the Inspector General of Police.
The IGP said that a robust analysis of the security situation has shown that elections would take place in 2023.
According to the IGP, there have been discussions on the importance of cascading Nigeria's election security management training ahead of 2023.