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Nigerian Troops Do Not Violate Human Rights- Buhari Regime Tells U.S.

The President Muhammadu Buhari regime has told the United States that the Nigerian troops do no violate human rights, and do not use children in ther war against Bandits and Boko Haram.

The Minister of defense made this known when the U.S acting ambassador to Nigeria, Kathleen Gibbon when he paid him a courtesy visit on Thursday in Abuja.

The minister’s spokesman Mohammad Abdulkadri made this know in a statement on Thursday when he assured the international community that the President Buhari’s regime has respect for every law on human rights.

He further stressed that the Nigerian military are guided by the rules in the constitution and rules of engagement.

“What else should Nigeria do to protect the human rights and child protection acts that the country is not presently doing?” He asked .

The minister also thanked the U.S Africa Command (AFRICOM), as well as the U.S defense office for the delivery of the Nigerian Air force Tucano Jets and training for the Nigerian Air Force and Engineers.

Gibbon pledged the continuous support of the U.S to Nigeria while saying that the remaining in six Jets would arrive Nigeria by September.

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