The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Isiaka Amao, has vowed on Wednesday during an operational visit to the Nigerian Airforce Base in Kaduna state that kidnapping and banditry in the North-West will soon be over.
He stated the millitry's resolve to go after bandits and kidnappers in line with the President's directive to bring back sanity so farmers can go back to their farms. He assured that the military was ready to deal decisively with bandits, terrorists, and other criminals disturbing the peace of the nation.
He also promised the good welfare of the Nigerian Air Force(NAF) personnel in order to boost their morals in the line of duty.
During his visit, the air Chief paid the governmenor of Kaduna, Nasir El-Rufai a coutesy call at the Government House in the state Capital where he thanked him for his support to NAF and appluaded his zeal in tackling security challenges in the state.
The Governor on the other hand, appreciated the air Chief for his visit and commended the good work of NAF personnel in Kaduna. He called on all Nigerians to support the military's effort to keep the nation safe. He also assured that governor's in the North-West region had agreed to aid the military at employing scientific measures towards tackling insecurity in the zone.
He vowed never to allow the bandits in the state dictate the actions of his administration and promised no ransom will be given by his administration to any bandit nor school closed as a result of their recent recurrent habit of abducting students from schools.
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