As President Muhammadu Buhari promised, the military is making plans to move its command center to Maiduguri, Borno State to facilitate the fight against Boko Haram.
The news was confirmed by Chief of Naval Staff, Usman Jibrin after a meeting between the service chiefs and Buhari on Tuesday, Vanguard reports.
Speaking on the meeting, Jibrin said:
“Since he was inaugurated as our commander-in-chief, this is the first time that we are formally meeting him to give general security briefing of the country. We have been able to provide insights into the security situation of Nigeria.
Specifically on Boko Haram, with the level of successes being recorded, we want to maintain the tempo and sustain it until they are routed out.
On the command centre, we will go back and work on it. Soon it will be carried out, it is a Presidential directive, it must be carried out, and we must do that as quickly as possible.”
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