Nnamdi Kanu Replies Defence Minister After He Told Nigerian Soldiers Not To Be Afraid Of Bullets From Terrorists
The defence minister of Nigeria, Magashi Bashir on Sunday during his visit to the theatre command in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital, charged the Nigerian soldiers there not to fear any bullet from terrorists, the bullets will come and go, if they are not meant to die by a bullet, they would not die, but If they are meant to die by a bullet, even in their bedroom, bullet will come and reach them, which is what he experienced during his time in service.
The defense minister of Nigeria, Magashi Bashir on Sunday during his visit to the venue of soldies in Maiduguri, the capital of Bornu State urged the Nigerian army not to fear any shot or attack from terrorists or bandit, if you're are not meant to die on by a gunshots, the bullet will just come and go.
The rate of Insecurity in the country have increased, almost every region of the country is faced with one Security challenge or the other. The north east, is the region that have been experiencing heavy Insecurity issues for a long time now. The Minister of Defence, Magashi Bashir, paid a visit to the troops that are in Maiduguri fighting Boko Haram, and gave them some words of encouragement. The Chief of Defense staff, also accompanied the minister to pay a visit to Operation Lafiya Dole. Magashi Bashir in
As the federal government set to recruit more soldiers to fight the war against insurgents and bandits, the question some Nigerians are asking: Is it more soldiers we need or more arms?According to @Signal, the minister of defence Magashi Bashir disclosed that federal government's move to recruit more soldiers is part of government's strategy to meet up manpower shortage in the military.
The Minister of Defense, Magashi Bashir, has encouraged the Troops of Operation Lafia Adole not to fear any bullet from Boko Haram terrorists in the North Eastern part of Nigeria. The minister made the charge in a courtesy visit in company of the Chief of Defense Staff, General Lucky Irabor and other service chiefs at the Theatre Command in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital on Sunday 18th of April, 2021. The Minister in his charge further disclosed to the members of the Troops of Operation Lafia Dole, that
As the Nigerian army battles Boko Haram insurgents in the Northeast, the Minister of Defence, Magashi Bashir has charged the troops of "Operation Lafiya Dole" not to fear any bullet from the enemy (Boko Haram). The report revealed that the defence minister gave this charge during a visit to the Theatre command on Sunday in Maiduguri. He paid the visit in the company of Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Lucky Irabor and other service chiefs. Below are his words in part according to the channels tv report: "Don’t
1.) FG to Recruit New Soldiers To Help Fight Boko Haram The fight against Boko Haram terrorists and bandits in the country has taken an ugly turn as soldiers have lost their lives in a bid to protect Nigerians from the mayhem unleashed by these terrorists. The Federal Government of Nigeria has deemed it fit to strengthen the army to help eradicate the terrorist and bring peace back to the country. The Defence Minister, Magashi Bashir, disclosed that Federal Government will soon begin the recruitment process
Following the death of the former chief of Army staff, Lt Gen Attahiru Ibrahaim, who died in an Aircrash last week Friday, the president, Muhammadu Buhari appointed a new chief of Army staff, Major General Faroq Yahaya whose is a northerner. Many Nigerians have reacted to the appointment of another Northerner to be the chief of Army staff, many were against the appointment saying that the president was biased in his appointment.
After Defence Minister told Soldiers fighting B'Haram not to Fear Bullets, See what Shehu Sani Advised
Yesterday, the Defence Minister, Magashi Bashir, visited the Army Troops that are in the Maiduguri to charge and boost their morale.The Minister During his message to Operation Lafiya Dole (Troops fighting Boko Haram), told the Soldiers not to be scared of Bullets.