• Tue. Apr 23rd, 2024

COAS Identifies Non Kinetic Approach to Ensuring Security in the Country

Byfadila yunusa

Apr 1, 2024

The Nigerian Army has executed some projects in Sokoto state aimed at cementing civil military relationship across the country.

The chief of Army staff Lt. Gen. Taoreed Abiodun Lagbaja said the move was part of the Army’s non-kinetic approaches in combating security challenges facing the country.

The COAS, who was represented by the general officer Commanding 8 Division Nigeria Army Sokoto, Maj Gen Godwin Michael Mutkut said the army enjoyed cordial relationship with the sokoto communities which indirectly results to relative peace, despite the activities of bandits and other criminal elements in the North West.

According to him, the people’s support to the Nigerian Army has contributed immensely to the successes of operations within Sokoto State and implore the general public to keep faith with the Nigerian Army, while re-affirming the Army’s commitment to discharging its constitutional responsibilities of ensuring peace and security through kinetic and non-kinetic operations.

Speaking earlier, the project executor Maj Gen Maikano Abdullahi said the projects which was executed in Sokoto South include motorised borehole, rehabilitation of primary health centre , solar powered street lights, Palliatives, drugs and cash gifts