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Tuesday, 7 May 2019

Nigerian Army Bans The Use Of Motorcycles In Seven States In Nigeria

The Nigerian Army has restricted the utilization of bikes in the north-western States of the nation, because of the expanded rate of kidnapping and banditry.



Acting Director of Army Public Relations, Colonel Sagir Musa, owned the declaration in an expression on Sunday. He said the influenced states are Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kaduna, Sokoto, Zamfara and Niger. While giving the purpose behind the boycott, Musa noticed that "furnished marauders, culprits and ruffians rest and all around where troops are directing tasks nearby other security organizations." The Army representative cautioned that "anybody discovered utilizing cruisers inside the named territories will be taken for a furnished outlaw, criminal and hijacker with critical outcomes." While engaging for the participation of the overall population, Musa said the order will stop the devious exercises of these outlaws from working over the influenced district. He likewise emphasized the military's responsibility in verifying lives and properties of the populace, approaching the "individual State Governments are ordered to please disperse the restriction on the utilization of cruisers in the named regions and implement the boycott related to the security offices." The advancement pursues progressing military activities in the influenced states codenamed Exercise Harbin Kunama went for fighting security challenges in the region.

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