Fight Against Terrorism In Nigeria
A moody COAS crooned; “ It’s bad enough to have casualties in both peace and war. It’s even very bad to have casualties in war, though inevitable. What is required is citizens’ understanding and support. Soldiers do not cause war.
The UK government on Friday, November 16, restated its commitment to support the Nigerian army in the fight against Boko Haram and terrorism in the northeast by sustaining the existing mutual relations with Nigeria.
Majiyar Legit.com ta ruwaito an yi wannan kashe kashe ne a kauyen Gazabure dake cikin karamar hukumar Gubio na jahar Borno ne, inda rahotanni suka tabbatar da cewa matasan civilian JTF ne suka kai samamen akan yan Boko Haram, suka
Punch reports that CPJ in a statement issued by its conveners, Abraham Aiyedogbon and Chas Nwam, blamed the federal government for the poor handling of the abductions of Liman and other health workers by the terrorist group.
In view of the current atmosphere in Nigeria, the Global Amnesty Watch appeals to every stakeholder in the country not to exploit the grief of Hauwa’s family as this will be most unkind to them at a trying time like this.
The era of Lt. Gen Tukur Buratai in the north-east has been unique and exemplary for many reasons. Clutching to the experience garnered as an infantry general, some may have questioned if he was the right man for the job.