In order to remove terrorists from their hideouts, President Muhammadu Buhari has once again given instructions to the security services.
The Nigerian president also gave orders to the military and other security organizations to utterly wipe out any terrorists undermining the peace in the nation.
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The president of Borno state, Muhammadu Buhari, praised the security personnel for their dedication to the battle against an insurgency while speaking during a celebration of World Humanitarian Day on Thursday in Maiduguri, the state’s capital.
He said: “The men and officers of Operation Lafiya Dole, security agencies and the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) are very much appreciated for their commitment to the fight against insurgency.
“I commend their professionalism and tactical penetration to the hideout of the criminal elements, leading to appreciable improvement of the security situation in this North East region, without which the resettlement of the IDPs would not be possible.
“I, therefore, implore you not to relent in your efforts, continue to take the fight to their hideouts and ensure they are completely eliminated.”
In order to combat the risks posed by terrorists in the Northeast area, the President also gave the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development instructions.
In light of the return and rehabilitation of Nigerians who were displaced during the 13-year conflict and insurgency in the area, he urged the ministry to pay close attention to any new challenges that may arise.
The administration, according to him, is dedicated to lessening the impact of natural catastrophes, climate change, insurgency, and difficulties associated with internally displaced people (IDPs).
President Buhari also praised all humanitarian relief workers who help those impacted by crises throughout the world. He recognized their bravery, dedication, and motivation to assist their fellow people in need, sometimes at the great personal danger.
He said: “The emerging issues include the increasing number of orphans and widows. From our experience in the unfortunate Civil War, I know the threat that unexploded ordnances can pose to returnees even after the conflict has ended as we saw in the latest IED incident in Bama just last week.
“I urge the ministry and its agencies as well as state governments and the special committee I have set up under the chairmanship of the vice-president to come up with specific programmes and projects.”
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