Eid-El-Fitr: COAS Prepares Soldiers For War Against ISWAP-Boko Haram, Repairs, Repaints Armoured Vehicles
Nigeria Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya has visited troops fight against ISWAP-Boko Haram terrorists in the Northeastern parts of Nigeria and inspected the revamped armoured military vehicles ready to be used to battle the insurgents.
Nigerian Army in a press release signed by the Force Director of Public Relations, Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu, said that the armoured vehicles with a new look was revamped by Nigerian Army Electrical Mechanical Engineers Corps.
Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya told the battle ready troops to continue to win the war against the terrorists and denied them freedom of action.
The military press release reads:
The Chief of Army Staff, COAS, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya has charged troops in the ongoing counter terrorism and insurgency Operations in North East to remain dogged and unrelenting in the critical stage of ongoing operations.
He gave the charge at Headquarters Joint Task Force, JTF, North East Operation Hadin Kai, OPHK, Maiduguri today Sunday, 1 May 2022.
The COAS, who was on routine operational visit to the JTF OPHK to assess the level of successes recorded thus far, called on troops to be more decisive in routing the criminal elements from their enclaves.
General Yahaya arrived the theatre of operations in company of some principal staff officers, where he was given an update on the ongoing Operation DESERT SANITY and Operation LAKE SANITY.
He expressed satisfaction with the successes so far, urging them to remain vigilant and proactive during the Eid-el-Fitr Celebration.
General Yahaya enjoined troops to continue to decimate the insurgents, and deny them freedom of action.
This he said, will provide a safe environment and opportunity for other elements of national power to play their statutory roles in the fight against terrorism and insurgency in the theatre.
The COAS was conducted round on inspection of some combat equipment recently revamped using the Nigerian Army Electrical Mechanical Engineers Corps repair capability.