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Combating Security Challenges In Nigeria: Army Constitutionally Empowered To Support Other Security Agencies - MAJOR GENERAL US MOHAMMED

Major General US Mohammed 

BY FRANCIS IWUCHUKWU 

VICTORIA ISLAND, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA - The Nigerian Army has insisted that it has the constitutional backing to support other security agencies in combating security challenges in the country.

Speaking at a one-day training for social media influencers and online journalists in Victoria Island, Lagos State, Nigeria, to enhance peace and stability in Nigeria, the Department of Civil-Military Affairs, through its Head, Major General US Mohammed, on conjunction with Security Affairs & TVS Limited, pointed out the efforts of the Nigerian Army in the six geo-political zones.

Major General US Mohammed stated that: "My department is saddled with the responsibility of projecting a positive image of the Nigerian Army.

“The department has a Human Rights desk established for rights violation, for justice to prevail after an appropriate investigation."

Major General US Mohammed condemned the wrong use of social media, just as he explained that fake news and hate speeches are destructive and misleading.

Major General US Mohammed added: “Participants are imbibe the spirit of love and patriotism for our country, because doing the opposite means undermining our country. 

"The people in the other countries will always believe whatever we say of our own country.”

Major General US Mohammed commended the co-operation of the Multinational Task Force, adding through them, the Boko Haram insurgents have been suppressed to a large extent.

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