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Insurgency: Nigerians Must Rise To Defend The Country's Soldiers - CLCC


  • Says daily massacre of innocent Nigerians, Rape, Abduction In Niger, other Northern states unacceptable 


The Centre for Law and Civil Culture (CLCC), has made a declaration that there is no way the spate of killings in Niger, Katsina, Adamawa, Taraba, alongside other northern states by bandits can be acceptable by Nigeria and reasonable Nigerians. 

The group in a statement issued by its Executive Secretary, Abdulganeey Imran, specifically argued that the daily massacre of innocent Nigerians, habitual raping and incessant abductions of women and children by bandits in the earlier mentioned northern states has become a major concern to Nigerians. 

While making reference to the revelations made by one Lanre Corporal Odapeni Martins in a video that went viral on June 22, 2020, wherein he restated that his colleagues at the battle fields lack the necessary basic equipment to fight insurgents calls for a sober reflection on the state of insecurity and the unending war against Boko Haram in Nigeria, CLCC said: "The revelations made by Lanre Corporal Martins is a further confirmation of the sad reality of the state of affairs being confronted by our military men at the battle fields on daily basis. 

"We must all therefore rise up to defend our soldiers before they become falling heroes due to the lack of weapons to fight the insurgents across the country. 

"The Centre for Law and Civil Culture commends the heroic acts and initiative of the Lance Corporal Martins and urges the military authorities to earnestly, look into the allegations contained in the message with a view to addressing these periodic disturbing revelations."

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