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Mixed Reactions After Babajide Otitoju Revealed What The New Service Achieved In Borno

President Buhari appointed new service chiefs and it seems that they are making major strategic moves to liberate the northeastern part of Nigeria from Boko Haram terrorists. 

This is commendable aspect of doing your duty because before assuming office, the service chiefs have already started to give the rebels a difficult time. 

Nigerian News Agency (NAN) reported that Boko Haram insurgents were on Monday killed around 11 members including their commander along Pulka-Gwoza highway in Borno State. 

It was informed by Babajide Otitoju that the incident happened on the 30th of January, three days after resuming work. 

At the same time, he also mentioned the name of two BH commanders that were slain as Ali Bor and Maleum Mudu.

But there are varying opinion on Air Chief Marshal's achievements. Take a look at some of these individuals reacting below.

On January 30, 2021. The Nigerian troops of Operation "TURA TAKAI BANGO", an arm of Operation Lafiya Dole killed 11 Boko Haram combatants in a cross-border clash in Borno State. 

These new military leaders urged the victorious officers to make sure to wipe out the insurgents completely with no slackness. 

"Destroy and obliterate them." The new service chiefs, many changes." he said. 

The army should recall officers and soldiers who have been on the battlefield for more than six months at home and the problem with over-tasked soldiers is that morale is low.

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