Home » COVID-19 » COVID-19: Gov Sanwo-Olu shares good news with Lagosians
COVID 19 Gov Sanwo Olu shares good news with Lagosians - COVID-19: Gov Sanwo-Olu shares good news with Lagosians

COVID-19: Gov Sanwo-Olu shares good news with Lagosians

Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni has counseled the Nigeria Navy for repelling the Boko Haram assault on Gujba on Saturday.

He stated the willpower of the safety forces in pursuing the insurgents would change the narratives within the combat towards insurgency, with constructive outcomes.

In a press release issued on Sunday Buni famous that, “the resilience and gallantry of the navy is extremely commendable and should be appreciated to spur them to do extra”.

🎴Read Also▶️
'With Ize-Iyamu Edo might be in protected arms'

He referred to as on Nigerians to all the time recognize and assist the safety operatives in view of the overwhelming safety challenges throughout the nation.

The Governor assured the assist of the federal government and other people of Yobe State to the safety, stressing “it is a collective combat that we’re all concerned”.

“Authorities will proceed to supply the required assist for us to have peace within the State,” he stated.

🎴Read Also▶️
Bandits give up as Nigerian Military destroys terrorists' hideouts, captures logistics' provider [PHOTOS]

Buni referred to as on the folks to all the time present helpful and well timed data on suspicious actions of their communities to authorities authorities and the safety forces for proactive measures.

He additionally regretted casualties recorded and wished these injured fast restoration, whereas assuring that authorities would offer emergency assist to the victims.

Within the meantime, Governor Buni has directed the State Emergency Administration Company (SEMA) to supply the wanted help to the folks and supply authorities with the element of the destructions suffered from the assault for vital motion.

🎴Read Also▶️
Champions League: Real Madrid suffer COVID-19 blow ahead of Inter Milan clash

Recalled that, on Saturday night, gunmen believed to be Boko Haram insurgents attacked Gujba city.

Sources from the city confirmed that the assailants set ablaze a faculty and development work gear belonging to Levant development restricted.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *