A file photograph of the Chief of Military Employees, Lieutenant Normal Tukur Buratai.
The Chief of Military Employees, Lieutenant Normal Tukur Buratai, believes troops will quickly finish the menace of Boko Haram Terrorists (BHT) and Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP).
He said this in a letter to troops deployed in Operation Lafiya Dole Theatre Command and addressed to the Theatre Commander, Main Normal Olusegun Adeniyi.
“I am more confident now than ever before with your current robust posture that you will end the BHT/ISWAP menace in no distant time,” the military chief was quoted as saying in a press release on Friday by the performing Director of Military Public Relations, Colonel Sagir Musa.
He additionally urged the troops by no means to permit the terrorists any respiration area or freedom of motion wherever as they proceed to discharge their official duties.
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Buratai congratulated the theatre commander, sector commanders, tremendous camps commanders, commanding officers, in addition to the officers and troopers serving in Operation Lafiya Dole for his or her gallantry.
He thanked them for his or her renewed efforts which he stated manifested within the successes recorded and introduced extra confidence and hope within the troops by Nigerians.
The military chief said that he had foreseen that with the renewed zeal, it was only a matter of days to finish the menace of Boko Haram terrorists and include their criminality.
He said that his confidence in complete victory has additional been rekindled by the dogged willpower of the troops on the bottom and reminded them that they’d obtain the objective with none overseas troops round.
Buratai additional showered encomiums on the troops and their commanders for the show of braveness, gallantry and patriotism in the midst of operation.
Based on him, this led to the decimation of the management and ranks of the legal Boko Haram terrorists and their affiliate ISWAP in numerous components of the theatre.
The military boss stated he has by no means been so comfortable and happy with the troops of their concerted efforts of ending the menace of the insurgents.
He, subsequently, urged them to proceed to dominate the theatre and preserve a excessive normal of professionalism.
Buratai assured the troops of his continued assist, including that the federal government would proceed to supply the wanted assist for them to allow them do extra.