Monday, March 10, 2014

BREAKING: Chief Of Army Staff Relocates To North-East To Fight Boko Haram


Fresh reports provide that the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen, Kenneth Minimah, has relocated to the North-East to personally take the war against Boko Haram insurgents under control.
Photo: Gen. Kenneth Minimah moves to North-East
According to reports, this decision followed the series of bloody attacks in the zone.
Minimah is said to be already collaborating with the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Olusola Amosu, whose men provide air support for the Special Forces drawn from the Army, the Nigerian Navy, and others.
During this session, in the course of which the committee came up with the decision that the COAS should move to the the North-East, the army was also instructed to change strategy on possible new ways of fighting insurgency in Yobe, Borno and Adamawa states by mobilising all available military resources for the purpose.
The statement read in part, “The Senate Committee on Defence and Army condemned the atrocity being unleashed by Boko Haram elements on innocent citizens and in particular the massacre of students of the Federal Government College, Buni Yadi in Yobe State.
It would be recalled that in the recent month the Northeastern states of the country have faced numerous uprecedented atrocities committed by suspected Boko Haram sect members, in particular - the deadly attack on Yobe school, claiming lives of 59 children.

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