Politics & Governance

President Buhari orders military not to spare criminals

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President Muhammadu Buhari has issued a standing order to the Nigerian military not to spare the lives of any bandit caught in attacks on Nigerians across the country.

Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu said in a statement he made available to the media on Saturday, August 17 afternoon that the Nigerian leader issued the stern directive in Katsina just before leaving for Abuja.

President issued the request while tending to 15 officials and 160 warriors of the seventeenth Army Brigade and Nigerian Air Force 213 Operational Base in Katsina, under the “Activity Hadarin Daji”, at the Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Airport.

The president stated: “This gathering was framed by the military to verify the geo-political zone from the exercises of desperados. In a general sense, it is your obligation to verify the nation. “As the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, I trust you can do it. I don’t figure you should save any desperado. Distinguish and kill them. Seek after them anyplace you can discover them and dispose of them.”

President Buhari advised the fighters to make a fast dinner of the desperados, return harmony to the land and return home to their families. “The previous you complete with the scoundrels, the prior you will return and remain with your families,” he said.

“We will give all of you the correct hardware so you can manage them with dispatch. I welcome every one of your endeavors yet you can accomplish more. I don’t need any crook saved,” he included. President Buhari’s structure to the military came that day he announced that the Nigerian Armed Forces was evaluated as the fourth most dominant military in the African mainland for the year 2019.

As indicated by another rundown of military rankings discharged by Globalfirepower, the Nigerian military evaluated 0.7007 on its Power Index score to be situated behind Egypt, Algeria and South Africa, Africa’s best three military forces. In light of the Power Index score, Nigeria is likewise positioned as the 44th most dominant military on the planet.

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