Federal Government takes new measures on security.

The Federal Government has launched security operations aimed at addressing the security challenges in the country.

Naija News reports that the security operations involve the Nigerian security agencies such as the Nigerian Police, the Army as well as the Nigerian Air Force to deal with banditry and kidnapping in the country.

The federal government made this known on Sunday where it was revealed that there are at least five security operations, that also involves the counter and preemptive and being undertaken by the security agencies.

The security measures are Operation Puff Adder, Operation Harbin Kunama 3, Exercise Egwu Eke III’, Operation Diran Mikiya’ and Operation Sharan Daji.

The measures and their dividends were outlined in an elaborate statement by Femi Adesina, Special adviser to President on Media in response to criticisms accusing the government of not doing enough to combat the incidents of kidnapping and banditry ravaging some parts of the country.

‘These are no doubt times of great security challenges for our country, and the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government is not leaving any stone unturned to restore sanity and calm”, Adesina said.

“Operation Puff Adder (Nigerian Police), Operation HARBIN KUNAMA 3 (Nigerian Army) and Exercise Egwu Eke 3 (Nigerian Army) have all been launched in 2019, to complement the existing Operations Sharan Daji (launched in 2016 by the Nigerian Army) and Diran Mikiya (launched 2018 by the Nigerian Air Force). All of these operations are focused on tackling banditry and criminality in the North West of Nigeria.

“It is the constitutional duty and responsibility of government to safeguard lives and properties. The Buhari administration remains committed to this, and despite recent spikes in the spate of crime and criminality, the evildoers will be beaten, and badly, too. The ravening clouds can never be victorious. Soon, they shall no longer possess the sky”, he added.

Tread Started by: Christian Uriel On 9:23pm May 13