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Crocodile Smile: Group charge military to go tough on terrorists

The Nigerian Army has been urged to go tough against terrorists as they launch Operation Crocodile Smile in the country.

Recall that the Nigerian Army had earlier announced that the military would commence the exercise on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, nationwide.

The Coalition of Progressive Yoruba Youths said it believes the exercise would further subdue terrorism and banditry in some parts of the country.

The President of the coalition, Comrade Kola Salau, said Nigerians should forget about trying to paint the current exercise to be a bad one.

He said, “You’ll agree with us that after the Nigerian military made significant progress in quelling terrorism and banditry in parts of the country, that it’s likely that some of the criminal elements may have escaped into the hinterland to continue their heinous acts.

“Recent events leading to the disbandment of the Special Anti Robbery Squad, SARS, of the Nigeria Police Force, have also given citizens concerns about the internal security situation in Nigeria and the police and other security agencies forced out of the streets, concerned Nigerians have expressed fears that crime and criminal activities may escalate in the country.

“In the same vein, since the suspected terrorists and criminal elements are running away from other parts of the country like the Northeast, Northwest, Northcentral and other parts of the country, it’s only appropriate for the army to launch Operation CROCODILE SMILES VI to apprehend these elements and the make the country peaceful and secure for the people.”

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