Osinbajo orders Military to rescue women abducted by Boko Haram

by on July 20, 2017
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday night condemned the atrocious and cowardly abduction of women by Boko Har­am terrorists, which occurred recently in Borno State.
A press statement from his office, said he sympa­thised with the families of the abducted women assuring that the Federal Government would spare no efforts to ensure the safe and speedy return of all the victims.
“The Acting President has therefore directed Nigeria’s military and intelligence agencies to take all necessary steps including coordinating with international part­ners to rescue the abduct­ed women, as well as to ensure further tightening of security in and around Borno State.
“The Buhari presi­dency assures that the ongoing efforts of secu­rity agencies, including the establishment of ad­ditional military and po­lice bases in parts of the country, as well as the im­proved intelligence gath­ering will continue, and com-mends some of the recent significant break­throughs in combating kidnapping and banditry in the country”, said the statement.

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