NIGERIA: “Target Criminal Elements In Imo” – Uzodima Tells Troops… Flags-Off Exercise GOLDEN DAWN

NIGERIA: “Target Criminal Elements In Imo” – Uzodima Tells Troops… Flags-Off Exercise GOLDEN DAWN

By Augustine Ehikioya

Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma has called on the Nigerian Army troops to target criminal elements in the State and ensure they are brought to justice.

He made the call while flagging-off Exercise GOLDEN DAWN at 34 Artillery Brigade Forward Operation Base at Orlu, Imo State on Wednesday 6 October, 2021.

(Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State flagging-off Exercise GOLDEN DAWN in his State)

At the event monitored by Security Watch Africa, the Governor also noted that the Army, sister services and other security agencies must continue to consolidate on the gains so far made in curbing the activities of criminals who are hell bent on causing pain and hardship on the people of the State.

According to him, “exercises such as this will greatly destabilize and bring to a halt the activities of hoodlums, kidnappers, cultists among other criminal elements.

He assured that the State will continue to “support the Army, sister services and all other security agencies who strive to ensure that there is peace in Imo.”

The Governor also commended the Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen. Faruk Yahaya, the Commander, 34 Artillery Brigade and his officers and soldiers for their sacrifices in ensuring a peaceful Imo.

Speaking earlier in his welcome address, the Commander, 34 Artillery Brigade, Brigadier General Raymond Utsaha explained that Exercise GOLDEN DAWN is a Nigerian Army exercise aimed at emplacing measures to curb the activities of criminal elements during and after the Yuletide season to guarantee public safety and continuity of socio-economic activities.

“The exercise is also geared towards consolidating the ongoing operations against the proscribed terrorist groups within Imo State in particular and South East in general,” it added.

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