May 29: No Cause For Alarm, We’re Prepared To Tackle Handover Threat — DHQ

Nigeria’s Ministry of Defense (DHQ) said it was ready to counterattack threats during its inauguration and handover on May 29.
Musa Danmadami, director of defense communications operations, who briefed reporters in Abuja on Thursday, called on Nigerians to be concerned about intelligence reports from northern countries showing attackers. Terrorists and bandits are planning to attack citizens during and after May 29. the handover ceremony, don’t panic because the armed forces will handle that plan at the right time.

According to him, the army fighting to rid the country of criminal elements on several battlefields has eliminated 53 terrorists, bandits, and kidnappers while 269 collaborators with terrorists, oil thieves Miners, and shepherds have been arrested in the past two weeks.

DHQ also revealed that more than 125 people abducted by criminal elements in different parts of the country were rescued by the military from their captors after carrying out raids on hideouts and shelters. their hiding place.

His words,

“As for internal security, the Nigerian Police are the first responders. We provide support when called upon.

“Such threats were issued before elections but elections have come and gone and we ensured elections held in every part of the country. There was also a perceived threat and foreigners were apprehensive but we handled the situation.

“This will not be an exception. The armed forces and intelligence agencies are working round the clock to nip any criminal plan. There is no cause for alarm. Everything is under control. Criminals are being arrested everyday, arms and ammunution are being recovered and arrests are being made, all to contain these criminals.”

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