Oct 19, 2021

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Nigerian Army Discloses Why Guns Alone Can’t Stop Security Threats

  • Brig Gen Onyema Nwachukwu has resumed his duties as the new Army Public Relations Director at Army Headquarters in Abuja
  • General Nwachukwu has announced that why it why It is important that the media work with the army to combat insecurity
  • The new army spokesman spoke about the efforts needed to meet the current challenges master that afflict the nation

FCT, Abuja – The Nigerian army has declared that weapons alone are the predominant Security threats across the country cannot be stopped.

The new spokesman for the army, Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu, made the statement on Wednesday June 16 in Abuja on the occasion of his inauguration, reported This Day.

He said:

” Allow me, hi He should note that it is an indisputable and very well established fact that the sword or weapon alone is not a panacea for the complex and multifaceted security challenges that characterize the world today. ”

General Nwachukwu talks about dealing with uncertainty

General Nwachukwu advocated a multidisciplinary approach and a conglomerate of interest groups to address the challenges of uncertainty in the country.

According to The Nation, he urged the media to work with the Nigerian Army to overcome the security threats in Nigeria.

General Nwachukwu became the spokesman for the recent appointment and reassignment of officers to the Nigerian Army appointed after President Muhammadu Buhari. Major General Farouk Yahaya had appointed Chief of Army Staff (COAS).

He succeeded Brigadier General Mohammed Yerima.

Nigerian military bombs bandit hideout

Meanwhile, an exclusive report from The Punch indicates that the military has begun bombing bandit hideouts in the northwest. North-central and some parts of the northeastern regions of the country.

According to the report, the bombing that began in the states of Katsina and Benue would soon be extended to other states in the zones .

In the state of Katsina, the Nigerian Army, the Nigerian Air Force and the police have intensified attacks on bandits’ hideouts in various parts of the state.