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Army vows to Dismantle Boko Haram; Marks 154th Anniversary

 The Nigerian Army has pledged to continue to tackle and dismantle Boko Haram terrorists in the country as it marks 154 years of existence.

Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Buratai gave this assurance while speaking on activities for Nigerian Army Day Celebration 2017, in Abuja.

Buratai, represented by the Chief of Policy and Plans, Major General Christopher Jemitola said this year’s celebration marked an important day to usher in new hope, courage, commitment, determination, and stabilization efforts for the Nigerian Army.

He noted that the army with renewed vigour is determined to degrade Boko Haram Terrorist and contain all forms of insecurity in the country.

Jemitola urged the general public to join hands with the Nigerian Army to celebrate the army day celebrations.

Activities lined up for the celebration include, Jummat service, sanitation exercise by all formations, interdenominational church service, photo/arts exhibition, seminar and COAS commendation award.


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