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CDS General Christopher Musa Addresses Unintended Air Strike in Kaduna State

General Christopher Musa, the Chief of Defence Staff, has addressed the recent air strike in Tudun Biri village, Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State, labeling it as an unfortunate incident.JAMB Result

Speaking at the graduation ceremony of participants at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies in Kuru, Plateau State, General Musa emphasized that the strike was not an intentional action against the civilians the Army is sworn to protect.informationguidenigeria

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He acknowledged that the incident, which resulted in the tragic loss of eighty-five lives and left scores injured, was a regrettable mix-up that could have been avoided. This statement comes as a significant acknowledgment of the gravity of the situation and the impact on the local community.JAMB Portal

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The incident in Tudun Biri village represents a serious challenge in military operations, particularly in areas where there is a need to differentiate between hostile elements and civilians. General Musa’s comments reflect a recognition of this challenge and the importance of ensuring that military operations are conducted with the utmost care to prevent civilian casualties.

“The incident in Kaduna is very unfortunate, I have always wanted to mention it, it’s very sad, it shouldn’t have taken place. It was a mistake and it’s because those in charge had a report something was going to happen and they got carried away and then they reacted, it wasn’t on purpose.NYSC Portal

“My fear is when we discourage our troops; next time even when the real ones come, they will not want to act because they will say if we do and it’s a mistake, we won’t do anything. So I think we should try and look at this thing dispassionately when incidences occur.

“Nobody in his right minds will wake up and look at people and just burn them without reason, we are all Nigerians, we are meant to protect Nigerians and that is what we are doing. In the course of it we might make mistakes because we are humans but it will never be deliberate.

“So I want to appeal to all of us to firstly pray for Nigeria, pray for our leaders, stand strong, believe in this country, it’s a great and wonderful country we have and we must not let it down,” CDS Musa said.

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