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CDS to terrorists: Surrender or be wiped out

Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Gen. Christopher Musa, has warned of dire consequences for any adversary of state that refuses to surrender.
He issued the warning, on Monday, while addressing participants of Senior Course 46 of Armed Forces Command and Staff College (AFCSC), in Jaji, Kaduna State.
According to Gen. Musa, the military would not relent until all trouble makers in the country surrender or are totally decimated.

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In a paper he presented in the occasion, titled: ‘Nigeria’s security and defence policies: my leadership concept for the Armed Forces of Nigeria’, the CDS declared that criminal elements in doubt of the capability of the Armed Forces would not live to tell the story.
Gen. Musa vowed that the military would eliminate all the baout in a matter of time, adding that all enemies of the people must surrender or the Armed Forces would continue to go after them.
He insisted that the current insecurity in the country are summountable, and reinterated the readiness of the Armed Forces to achieve success.
Gen. Musa promised a peoples-centred leadership built on the cooperation of the various components of the Armed Forces to address the challenges of insecurity in the country but insisted that the troops must protect the rights of the people.

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“The Armed Forces of Nigeria are people oriented and will be there for the people to always feel their presence,” the CDS said.
“For us to succeed, the people must be happy with what we are doing, and this the center of our concept.
“Now, our operations are going to be joint, everybody will have a role to play, including the citizens we are protecting, members of the armed forces and the paramilitary.

“We want Nigeria to be peaceful and developed, we want every Nigerian to be proud of the country at anytime and everywhere.”
He, therefore, solicited the support and prayers of patriotic Nigerians for the Armed Forces to succeed in its mission.
“We want Nigerians’ prayers and support in terms of information, intelligence and report on our personnel who erred.”