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However, certain actions done in order to 'fight' those agitators may end up bringing damage, as, according to a verified publication, these soldiers from Cameroon, in a bid to look for their wanted citizens who allegedly entered into Nigeria, invaded the Nigerian space in Kurmi local government area of Taraba state.
Such an invasion seems to be unacceptable, and this is so because of not only the damage they allegedly caused; harassing and intimidating Nigerians, but also because of the fear which those residents could end up having, due to the already unfortunate events that have already happened in the nation.
The masses do not need any reason to be afraid anymore, considering the chaos many have been made to face, and with that, such an invasion by foreign soldiers, being illegal, could cause more harm.
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The federal government of Nigeria must indeed take legal action, not only because these soldiers illegally entered another country but also because they were reported to have brought intimidation to the people and harassed them.
Furthermore, the federal government of Nigeria should take legal action to ensure such an act by these foreign soldiers, and others who may intend to invade the space of the country and end up causing harm never occurs for not only the safety of the people, but of the entire nation.
Such must never be encouraged and demands the need for immediate action. What's your opinion towards this action done by these foreign soldiers? Put your thoughts in the comment section below, and don't forget to share them with others as you can like and follow us for more interesting contents all around the world.
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