Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

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The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

Defence HQ

The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

Defence HQ

The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

Defence HQ

The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

Defence HQ

The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

Defence HQ

The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

Defence HQ

The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

Defence HQ

The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

 Nigerian Defence Headquarters Describes Video BY Mangu Chapter CAN Chairman, Maligning Military Personnel As Baseless and Untrue

Defence HQ

The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has described as baseless and untrue a video made and circulated in the media by the Mangu Chapter Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The DHQ said the video aims to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

A press statement signed by Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, Acting Director, Defence Information  on Thursday, 25 January 2024 said the video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. The statement categorically stated that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“The attention of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has been drawn to a malicious video made by the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mangu Chapter, Reverend Timothy Daluk. The video has been circulating in the media, aiming to malign military personnel deployed to address the security challenges in the Mangu general area.

“The video made baseless and untrue accusations, claiming that the military is biased and supports a particular group against others. We categorically state that these accusations hold no truth, are malicious and lack any reasonable foundation.

“It is important to recall that on 23 January 2024, there was a breach of security in the Mangu municipal area, resulting in the Government of Plateau state declaring a 24-hour curfew. Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN were reinforced in Mangu to enforce the curfew and bring the situation under control, thereby preventing its spread to other areas. The troops have carried out their duties professionally and in accordance with the rules of engagement. They have successfully arrested criminals involved in looting and burning of properties, as well as recovered weapons.

“It is deeply disturbing that a religious leader, who is expected to demonstrate high levels of moral judgement and truthfulness, has resorted to spreading falsehoods about the military and its personnel. We want to reiterate that the military remains neutral, focused, professional and committed to its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens. We will deal with anybody found disobeying the law, without bias or prejudice.

“We therefore call upon the public to support the ongoing military operations aimed at decimating non-state actors operating in these troubled areas of the State. We will not be distracted by baseless accusations and remain steadfast in our commitment to restoring peace and security. We strongly caution individuals involved in making malicious comments against the military to cease from such acts. Henceforth, any person found spreading falsehoods will face constitutional redress, regardless of their status in society.

In conclusion, the statement said the Defence Headquarters sincerely appreciates the law-abiding citizens for their support and cooperation and assure the public of its unwavering dedication to preserving peace and security in the country.

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