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Nigeria Insecurity: Some times, we are asked not to attack or Kill terrorists- Army Captain reveals

Nigeria Insecurity: Some times, we are asked not to attack or Kill terrorists- Army Captain reveals

According to a news that was published by the Vanguard Newspaper Online yesterday evening, it was reported that a serving army captain, who spoke to Vanguard correspondent under the condition of anonymity, has revealed the reason why there has been persistent attacks by terrorists in the country against military personnel and civilians as well.

While he was talking and expressing that he was frustrated by the situation of security in the country, he said that, the Nigerian government do negotiates with the terrorists, as they do send delegates to discuss with them inside their hideouts in the forest.

He said, the most annoying part of it was that, the government do grant them amnesty without asking them (terrorists) to disarm and that in some places, soldiers will be told not to attack the terrorists for no reason.

On the other hand, he said he was also embarrassed by the attack that was carried out by the terrorists on the Presidential Guards Brigade, while they were returning from the Nigerian Law School which is located at Bwari Area Council, as military claimed they killed over 30 terrorists the following day.

Do you think the Nigerian government is not doing enough to curb the issue of insecurity in the country ?

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