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Ex-governor lauds army for shielding Adamawa community from terrorists


[FILE PHOTO] Adamawa

Former governor of Adamawa State, Boni Haruna, has praised the gallantry displayed by the army in repelling attacks on his Michika community by suspected Boko Haram terrorists.

The former minister of youth development recalled with pain how his community had been at the receiving end of constant Boko Haram attacks.

“It is quite worrisome for Michika to once again experience such attacks when the people have almost settled to rebuild their lives after the 2014 invasion,” he said.

He noted that the terrorists overran Michika and the entire northern part of the state during the 2014 invasion.

“I wish to most profoundly commend the Nigerian army and other security agencies for their prompt and gallant response to the attack in Michika, my community, [on March 18] by suspected Boko Haram insurgents,” he added.

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