Hard times await traffickers of weapons- Bashir Salihi
Maj-Gen Bashir Salihi Magashi (retd), the Minister of Defence, has declared that trouble awaits traffickers of small and light weapon who incites insecurity in Nigeria.
According to him, the recent inauguration of the National Centre for the Control of Light and Small Arms by the President, General Muhammadu Buhari is a pointer to the current administration’s determination to checkmate unlawful movement of weapons. jamb results
As reported by BluePrint, in a statement by the minister’s media Muhammad Abdulkadri yesterday said, General Magashi gave this hope via a message to the opening ceremony of A – 4 Day National Training Workshop with the theme titled: “Strengthening Inter-Agency Cooperation in Treaty Implementation and Reporting in Nigeria”
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The minister was deputized by the Director of Joint Services Department, JSD and National Focal Point Ministry of Defence, Mrs Olu Mustapha advised the stakeholders to utilise the opportunity of the workshop towards understanding their role in the reporting system.
He encouraged participants to proffer solutions and resolutions that will encourage stakeholders cooperation and to close the knowledge gap halting the implementation of Treaty and reporting role in Nigeria. Information Guide Nigeria
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