Why Nigerian military is winning against Boko Haram- Army spokesperson


Colonel Rabe Abubakar
The Nigerian military has attributed the feat recorded against Boko Haram insurgents by Nigerian troops to motivation and injection of right arsenal in the prosecution of the battle against insurgency.
Colonel Rabe Abubakar, acting Director, Defence Information who said this on Monday also reiterated that the insurgency which has claimed thousands of lives in the Northern part of the country will soon be a thing of the past. Colonel Abubakar made this declaration when a group of Pressmen visited him in his office at the Defence Headquarters, Abuja.
The Defence Spokesman pointed out that with the renewed commitment of the military leadership and the determination of the troops in the mission areas, the end to insurgency is imminent.
He eulogized the heart-warming success of the brilliant coordination between the air element of the Nigerian Air Force and the ground troops of the Nigerian Army that has uprooted the Boko Haram insurgency from their strongholds, including their several camps in Sambisa forest.
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Colonel Abubakar, without mincing words, described as unpatriotic acts for any citizen, no matter under whatsoever guise, to carry arms against his/her own people and the country.
He then called the unrepentant members of the terrorist group to have a rethink, lay down their arms and abandon their strange and uncivilized ideology for the betterment of mankind.
The Defence Spokesman used the occasion to eulogize and commend the troops for their ever-ready posture to tackle head-on all forms of criminality by the terrorists.
While making comment on the issue of suicide bombings, Colonel Abubakar re-assured the public that the Defence Headquarters is re-strategising to halt such inhuman activities.
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Source:: PM Newspaper