Service chiefs’ strategies have degraded Boko Haram, insecurity in the North East – BMO



The Buhari Media Organization (BMO) commended the Nigerian armed forces for their security strategies and their efforts to degrade Boko Haram and insecurity in Nigeria.

BMO, in a statement from Buhari media organization president Niyi Akinsiju and secretary Cassidy Madueke on Monday in Abuja, said the department’s recent strategies have effectively degraded the insurgents’ operational capacity.

He stressed that peace and security have improved so far in the North East and in Nigeria as a whole.

“The bombing of various operational bases, the communications infrastructure, the neutralization of the main insurgent commanders disoriented the insurgent camp.

“This has led their members to deploy arson and attack soft targets like the last kicks of a dying horse, aimed at projecting fear into the psyche of the people.”

“The officers and men have shown great mastery in this war, sending a signal of strength that the territorial integrity of Nigeria remains intact by the OWN troops who prevented the planned subversion against its sovereignty without procuring the services private military contractors, otherwise known as foreign mercenaries.

“For those with a deep knowledge of the events in the Northeast, the approach of the Buhari administration in the conduct of its counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency operations has deployed a approach of mass attack against the insurgents.

“This has led to the destruction of enclaves and hiding places. Joining forces with our neighbors under the auspices of the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) has led the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) to bring firepower to the enemy camp by launching cross-border strikes. ”

On the call for change of department heads, BMO noted that “President Buhari, as Commander-in-Chief, understands the impact that rotating military leaders, strategically engaged in front-line operations, could have and the potential dangers of taking the country and the region. back to its pre-2015 moments.

“The dynamics of asymmetric warfare underscores the need for stable leadership, to avoid tactical and operational errors that can be exploited by insurgents to recover quickly from previous defeats and reorganize, replace lost fighters and continue to threaten of destruction against Nigeria. ”

BMO believes that “today’s war on terror is intelligence-led. With the full cooperation of the community, actionable intelligence is derived and leads to victory over the insurgents. ”

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