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Buhari says attack on NDA will lead to complete victory violent criminality in Nigeria



Buhari says attack on NDA will lead to complete victory violent criminality in Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari, in Wednesday, said the attack on the facilities of the Nigeria Defence Academy, rather than discourage the military and demoralise them, will rather bouy them to see the complete decimation of bandits, insurgents, kidnappers and other violent criminals in the country.

The President gave this assurance in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, titled ‘Attack On NDA Won’t Dampen Resolve Of Our Military To Bring Decisive End To Criminality, President Buhari Vows’.

The President also noted that the attack, which led to loss of lives, came at a time that the military had put insurgents, bandits, kidnappers, and other types of criminals on the retreat.

According to him, the heinous action would accelerate the total uprooting of evil in the polity, which members of the Armed Forces are solidly resolved to accomplish in the shortest possible time.

The President, according to the statement, commiserated with the families who lost their loved ones, and prayed God to comfort them.

President Buhari however vowed that the deceased would not die in vain, as the degenerate act would have consequences that will eventually clean the country of vermin, and emancipate the polity from deliberate, targeted and contrived atrocious acts.

He thanked all Nigerians who value and appreciate the efforts of the military, and urged those playing hateful politics with the dastardly act to desist, noting that rather than recriminations, this is the time for all patriots and people of goodwill to support and encourage those who are in the vanguard of the battle against wickedness in the land.

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