A file picture of the Chief of Military Employees, Lieutenant Normal Tukur Buratai.
The Chief of Military Employees, Lieutenant Normal Tukur Buratai, has insisted that the Nigerian Military, in collaboration with different safety businesses, would quickly crush all of the enemies of nationwide peace and safety.
He acknowledged this despite the rising circumstances of assaults by the Boko Haram terrorist group within the North East, in addition to banditry within the North West and different elements of the nation.
The military chief gave the peace of mind on Saturday on the Nigerian Military Particular Day on the 41st Kaduna State Worldwide Commerce Truthful in Kaduna.
He disclosed that the military lately recorded resounding tactical victory towards the terrorists throughout an onslaught at their camp in Damboa, Borno State and different elements of the north-east zone.
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Buratai, who was represented by the Chief of Coverage and Plans, Lieutenant Normal Lamidi Adeosun, reiterated the dedication of the military to crushing the enemies of the Nigerian state by an efficient collaboration with different safety businesses.
He defined that the primary purpose of collaborating within the commerce honest was to additional foster civil-military relations with the military.
The military boss, nonetheless, referred to as for persistence, assist, and understanding of Nigerians within the effort to beat the safety challenges.
He added that the much-expected victory required the collective effort of all, along with divine intervention.
Buratai pressured that aside from its major function of defending the territorial integrity of the nation, the military was ready to contribute to the nation’s financial improvement by the invention of regionally made army hardware and armoured automobiles.
The highpoint of the occasion was the show of the primary indigenous mine resistant ambush protected armoured car, also called Ezeugwu, and different army gear produced by the Defence Industries Company of Nigeria (DICON).