New Chief Of Army Staff Promises To Rain Terror On Boko Haram


These past few weeks, Nigerians have been on their knees praying for
the Boko Haram saga to end as, several states have been hit with
explosive devices and not less than 200 person confirmed dead with
many others injured.
It light of the new events, Nigeria’s new Chief of Army Staff COAS),
Tukur Buratai, on Sunday reassured Nigerians that he would make life
unbearable for the terrorist sect Boko Haram as they would either beg
for peace or face the wrath of the military.
According to Premium times, Mr. Buratai, celebrate the Islamic eid-el-
fitri festival in Yobe state with the Nigerian troops, of which he later
moved to Borno on Sunday afternoon. He was received by the Borno
State Deputy Governor, Zannah Mustapha, who immediately
accompanied the army boss to visit the 103 Battalion of the 7 Division,
Maiduguri in Konduga Town
He addressed the troops saying; “The ongoing activities of Boko Haram is
assuming an alarming dimensions in Borno state and other parts of the north
east. We will not tolerate the killing of citizens and destruction of property;
in as much as we urge you (troops) to adhere strictly to human rights
abuses, the time to crush Hoko Haram and other criminal activities in this
country is now or never.”
“My doors will always remain open to all of you for constructive criticism
and advice towards restoration of peace in this part of the country.
“Therefore, we are here to identify with you and to officially inform you that
as from today henceforth, we have changed our Operational Code from
‘Operation Zaman Lafiya’ to ‘Operation Zaman Lafiya Dole’.
“We will reinforce the security. The government is not happy about the
insecurity in the northeast. It is our desire to have a responsible and
professional army that is responsive in the discharge of its duty.
“We will need the support of the royal father and the people of Borno so that
we will ensure peace returns here.
“Since Boko Haram terrorists have refused peace (Zaman Lafiya), we will now
force them to accept peace,” he said.
“The peace that permeated Borno and transcended Lake Chad will soon
return. My wish was to clear Konduga of Boko Haram vestige so that people
can return home to rebuild their houses,” the army chief added.

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