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The Nigerian Army urged its citizen not to celebrate the recent defeat of Boko Haram -

The Nigerian Army has urged the general public not to celebrate the recent defeat of Boko Haram insurgents by troops, saying such celebration may be a distraction.
In a statement by Acting Director Army Public Relations, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman on Thursday, the Army said it disassociate itself from celebrations and solidarity rallies by groups or individuals on Boko Haram defeat.
“The attention of the Nigerian Army has been drawn to a number of groups and individuals celebrating the routing out and decimation of Boko Haram terrorists on our soil. So much as we thank them for that, it is imperative to state that we do not begrudge such persons their desire to identify and associate themselves with this success. However, the Nigerian
“We also would like to advice that they should tread with caution as this could be distractive to us. The public are please informed that the terrorists are surreptitiously fanning out of their last enclaves in Sambisa to cause havoc or seek refuge elsewhere.
“Therefore, there is need for all to be more vigilant and security conscious to enable us clear the remnants of these terrorists wherever they might flee.
The army further reassured the public that it troops will remain professional and focused in clearing the remnants of these criminals on the Nigerian soil.

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