Buratai, Chief of Army Staff Tasks Journalists On Patriotism

The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt.- Gen. Tukur Buratai, has engaged columnists to put Nigeria's advantage first in their reportage.

Buratai made the intrigue on Tuesday in Maiduguri, at a supper for National Executive individuals from Nigeria Association of Women columnists (NAWOJ), who were on an on the spot appraisal of the security circumstance in the North East.

The COAS was spoken to at the occasion by Maj.- Gen. Enobong Udoh, Chief of Logistics (Army).

"I am giving you a message today, let your partners realize that at whatever point they put down something about the military on paper, they ought to inquire as to whether it is in light of a legitimate concern for the country.

"Commonly we neglect to comprehend that a portion of these issues we feed the open are fuelling this emergency that we are buckling down to finish,'' he said.

Buratai expressed gratitude toward the national authority of NAWOJ for setting aside out effort to see with itself own eyes the circumstance in the Northeast, where he said returning harmony to the region "is work being accomplished for Nigerian ladies.

He said regardless of discontinuous assaults, the security circumstance in the zone is "adequate''.

He vowed that the Nigeria Army would work together completely with NAWOJ in its sensitisation drive to give the young lady kid, adolescents and ladies in the North East trust in a superior future.

Prior, Mrs Ifeyinwa Omowole, the National President of NAWOJ, disclosed to Buratai that the ladies columnists were in Maiduguri to see with their own eyes; and tell the world that harmony had come back to the zone.

"Individuals have asked me; Why Borno? I let them know, we have our children, our siblings, our cousins and spouses there who are battling to make Nigeria safe.

"Ladies are getting free from viciousness and assault, financial exercises are step by step returning,'' Omowole said.

The NAWOJ president said the affiliation would guarantee that the endeavors of the military in handling the rebellion were not hampered by negative media reports.(NAN)

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