– A group has urged the Nigerian army and its troops to intensify onslaught against insurgents, bandits and kidnappers in Nigeria
– The group said so far, the troops have show commitment under the leadership of the chief of army staff Tukur Buratai in fighting against terrorists
– According to the National Democratic Front, those involved in the sponsorship and support of terrorism in Nigeria must be cautioned
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The National Democratic Front (NDF) has expressed satisfaction with the troops of the Nigerian army and the chief of army staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, on their commitment to the war against insurgency and terrorism in the northeast.
The pro-democracy group hailed the successes of various clearance operations in the region and said that the Nigerian army and its troops have shown total focus in defending the territorial integrity of the country.
In a statement signed by NDF secretary-general, Bolaji Abdulkadir, on Thursday, August 27, the group said that the decimation of terrorists and their leaders in Wulgo and Sabon Tumbun in Borno is commendable.
He also said that the capture of bandits and kidnappers in Ottu Forest along the Abuja-Lokoja expressway is a sign of more to come.
Abdulkadir said the onslaught against the terrorists in the recent operations by the Nigerian army troops is laudable.
The NDF, however, advised those secretly sponsoring and supporting the act of terrorism directly or indirectly to quit as an end is already in sight.
While calling on patriotic citizens to continue to rally round the army chief and troops, the group charged the army to intensify its onslaught on terrorists, bandits and kidnappers.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a group of Yoruba elders had expressed shock over a report by a United Kingdom’s group on killings in some regions in Nigeria.
The elders said such allegations are targeted at creating ethnoreligious divisions in Nigeria by individual and groups for personal gains.
They said the allegations of genocide against Christians in Nigeria are not only false but capable of provoking a crisis among religious groups.
In a related development, the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) says state governors will be responsible for the salary and upkeep of special constables being recruited to serve as community police officers.
This was disclosed by the Deputy Inspector-General of Police in charge of research and planning, Adeleye Oyebade, on Tuesday, August 25.
Oyebade who made the comment while featuring on a breakfast programme on Channels Television, said the community policemen, who would be part-time officers, would bear no arms but would do more of intelligence gathering and tackling non-violent crimes.
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