Government of Nigeria: Our Armed Forces Can Destroy Terrorist Organizations

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The governor of Nasarawa State, Abdullahi Sule, has declared that the Nigerian Army is capable of devastating any terrorist organization that threatens national security.

In the state’s Doma Local Government Area, he made the statement on Sunday during the 2023 West African Social Activities of the IV Special Forces command of the Nigerian Army.

In their fight against kidnapping, banditry, and other security challenges in the country, the army and other security services have been hailed by the governor.

In addition, the governor lauded the Special Forces for their work in rooting out criminals in the state.

While there, Sule praised the force for continuing its yearly social event, WASA, which unites officers and their families from many ethnic backgrounds in an effort to fortify the relationships that already exist inside the military.

Officers and troops could mix and mingle while showcasing their cultural practices, according to the governor.

He elaborated by saying it was a sign of the Nigerian Army’s will to establish a means of communication with family and friends back home.

Consequently, the governor gave the troops the state’s official backing.

One specialized unit of the Nigerian army, the IV Special Forces is responsible for a wide range of missions, including air-bound operations, counter-terrorism, foreign-internal defense, insurgency, and unconventional warfare.

Your operational efforts around the country are well known to me; I know that some of them resulted in our brave warriors paying the ultimate price for our freedom.

“This administration will continue to support the efforts of our security personnel through the provision of security vehicles for surveillance and other support to ensure the protection of lives and property of our citizens,” Governor Sule continued, in acknowledgment of the security personnel’s patriotic service.

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