Nigerian Army Quashes Claimed Involvement Of Soldiers In Katsina Gold Mining Skirmishes
The Nigerian Army has denied the claimed involvement of soldiers during a gunfire exchange arising from a disagreement over gold nuggets in Magama village in Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State. DAILY NIGERIAN reports.
The Director, Army Public Relations, Brig. General Onyema Nwachukwu, denied the allegation in a statement yesterday in Abuja. Information Guide Nigeria
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“Contrary to the insinuations peddled by the online medium, Nigerian Army troops deployed in the North West are committed and engrossed in the fight against banditry and other criminalities bedeviling that region”. jamb results
“They are not permitted to participate in any form of mining, whether legitimate or illegitimate.
“Aside orchestrating disrepute, fake news as this has the potential to dampen the morale of the fighting troops, erode their fighting will, and undermine the entire operations.
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