BREAKING: Buhari orders massive military operation in Niger State

1/16/2022 3:03:00 PM

Buhari has asked the military to respond 'robustly' to the cases of killings and kidnappings in Niger State

President Muhammadu Buhari has asked the military to respond “robustly” to the cases of killings and kidnappings in Niger State and to give effect to the strategic objectives through the use of force.

Buhari has asked the military to respond 'robustly' to the cases of killings and kidnappings in Niger State

ByMuideen OlaniyiSun, 16 Jan 2022 12:48:31 GMTPresident Muhammadu Buhari has asked the military to respond “robustly” to the cases of killings and kidnappings in Niger State and to give effect to the strategic objectives through the use of force.The Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, in a statement issued Sunday, said the President gave the directive to the Defence Headquarters.

How bandits gunned down 13 in Niger raidHe said President Buhari as Commander-in-Chief of the nation’s armed forces had set the ball rolling for a major military operation in Niger State which had faced continued attacks on its communities by bandits and remnants of Boko Haram terrorists fleeing theaters of war in the Northwestern and Northeastern parts of the country.

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Banditry: Buhari Orders Major Military Operations In NigerPresident Muhammadu Buhari as Commander-in-Chief of the nation’s armed forces has set the ball rolling for a major military operation in Niger State, Like? The Failure himself The General just woke from his slumber and gave order that will not be obeyed.

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Niger governor: We can't allow bandits continue with massacre... it's time for full-scale war | TheCableAbubakar Bello, governor of Niger, says it is time for a “full-fledged war” to be declared against bandits since they have been proscribed as terrorists. Bello said this on Friday, It is now they are waking up because election is around the corner. Citizens have been crying for full war on bandits before now but all their cries fell on their deaf ears but now that election is close, they want war. 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 🥱

Banditry: Our Farmers Cannot Harvest Crops – Niger GovernorNiger State Governor Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello has raised the alarm over activities of bandits who are preventing farmers from harvesting their crops, Too bad Who own the rice Piramid in Abuja, na sand dey inside ? Or they come from Niger 🇳🇪 Account for the huge security votes you pocket and stop crying foul because of your ineptitude.

Blocking arms supply from Niger Republic will tackle Zamfara insecurity – Rep“If we can get the Niger Republic to block all access to all entry points, then what the bandits have will definitely depreciate, and naturally, the fight will cease.” Is it the duty of Niger Republic to block all access or for Buhari and the North to block northern borders. Nigeria's porous borders will always be its biggest security nightmare. We actually need that border wall more than Trump wanted it for the US. This should be priority number one for any government in Nigeria. 1. this is almost impossible. It's like saying if we can get the police to be on every road in the country then we can curb crime. Niger Republic has about 7 or 8 border posts; and she shares 5 border posts with Nigeria out of the 7 or 8 border posts.

President Muhammadu Buhari has asked the military to respond “robustly” to the cases of killings and kidnappings in Niger State and to give effect.which has faced continued attacks on its communities by bandits and remnants of Boko Haram terrorists fleeing theaters of war in the Northwestern and Northeastern parts of the country.4 hours ago He said: “Since December 22, 2020, Mr.We’ll complete more abandoned projects in Niger Delta – NDDC According to them, the N1 trillion damages was for the violation of their rights in amending and “using the expired military decreed constitution as an instrument to suppress, oppress, dominate, re-colonise” and seize the natural resources of the applicants and their protected rights under the African and UN charter to own and use their properties and natural resources as also enshrined in the 1963 constitution providing for 50 percent royalties paid for the regions.

.. In his message to the government and people of Niger State, President Buhari in a statement by presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, said: “I would like to express sincere sympathies to the government and people of the State following recent security incidents. By Muideen Olaniyi Sun, 16 Jan 2022 12:48:31 GMT President Muhammadu Buhari has asked the military to respond “robustly” to the cases of killings and kidnappings in Niger State and to give effect to the strategic objectives through the use of force. Godswill Akpabio and our resources are being used for personal gains despite our consistent appeal and peaceful resolution, the minister has turned a deaf ear. The Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, in a statement issued Sunday, said the President gave the directive to the Defence Headquarters. ADVERTISEMENT “The Federal Government is willing to strengthen support and cooperation with all the states. How bandits gunned down 13 in Niger raid He said President Buhari as Commander-in-Chief of the nation’s armed forces had set the ball rolling for a major military operation in Niger State which had faced continued attacks on its communities by bandits and remnants of Boko Haram terrorists fleeing theaters of war in the Northwestern and Northeastern parts of the country. 1, 140 of the 1963 Republican constitution of Nigeria, Article, 13, 14, 20 & 21 of the African Charter on Peoples and human rights and Enforcement Act CAP A.

In his message to the government and people of Niger State, President Buhari said, “I would like to express sincere sympathies to the government and people of the State following recent security incidents. ADVERTISEMENT. Continuing, the group stated that, “in the same vein we are also calling on Pa E.” The President restated that security was a responsibility of every member of the community and only through solidarity and cooperation with law enforcement agencies “can we defeat the problems finally”. “The Federal Government is willing to strengthen support and cooperation with all the states. I believe that with the full cooperation of the citizens, we will surely overcome this problem,” said the President in the statement titled “President Buhari Sets the Ball Rolling for a Big Military Operation in Niger State”. Last Tuesday, bandits invaded communities in Shiroro Local Government Area of Niger, killing no fewer than 13 people in an attack that took place during the day at Nakundna and Wurukuchi. Contact:.

Tuesday’s attack came less than two weeks after bandits attacked workers on Zungeru Dam, killing two persons and kidnapping three Chinese expatriates. The Niger State Police Command’s Public Relations Officer, DSP Wasiu Abiodun, also confirmed that suspected bandits/terrorists attacked some villagers who were harvesting crops on their farm at Nakundna village near Kaure in Shiroro LGA. Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello, in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Mary Noel Berje, said the worrisome part of the security challenges was the inability of the farmers to harvest their farm produce, which might likely trigger food scarcity in the state. The governor said that a coordinated and simultaneous attack on the terrorists by security agents in the affected states would go a long way towards achieving success. Dear Reader, Every day, we work hard to provide readers such as you with the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive information.

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