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“Nigeria Is Winning War Against Terror” – President Buhari Says

President Muhammadu Buhari at the Graduation Ceremony of Senior Course 41 at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College (AFCSC) in Jaji, has said that the Nigerian Armed Forces and their allies are winning the war against terror in the country.

Mr. Buhari, while addressing the AFCSC also commended the collaboration with neighbouring countries in the fight against Boko Haram terrorists, adding that the effort was crucial in decimating the enemy.

According to him; “Many of the security threats faced by Nigeria are trans-border in nature. That is why the West African sub-region and indeed the African continent must step up the level of military cooperation that currently exists amongst us. I am sure you are aware of the collaboration of the Armed Forces of Nigeria, Republic of Cameroun, Niger, Benin and Chad in a multinational operation to decimate Boko Haram terrorists in the Lake Chad Basin and other regions.

The effort is laudable and has continued to yield positive results, as the war on terror is being won on all sides. I want to assure you that Nigeria, in partnership with our allies, will not relent until terrorists are completely decimated.”

Buhari also assured that the Federal Government will continue to give priority to the training and welfare of officers and men of the Armed Forces, including the eminent institution, established to train tactical and operational level officers on the tenets of staff work and command.

Appreciating the Armed Forces for prompt responses to the numerous security challenges facing the county, Buhari said; “Your response to Boko Haram insurgency, banditry, militancy, kidnapping as well as activities of separatists and armed militias among others have been very commendable. The Nigerian Armed Forces have also committed huge resources towards stability of the West African sub-region and world peace in general.”

The President also expressed delight that the prestigious college had 13 international officers from 11 African countries and the Republic of Korea, who successfully completed Course 41, an improvement on Senior Course 40, which had 11 international students.

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