Soldiers Fighting Boko Haram Get Morale-boosting Visit From COAS

Boko Haram

The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt-Gen Kenneth Minimah, has embarked on an operational and morale-boosting visit to troops in the frontline fighting the war against Boko Haram in Borno and Adamawa States.

This is contained in a statement signed on Thursday in Abuja by the Director of Army Public Relations (DAPR), Col Sani Usman, which noted Minimah visited the operational areas on Wednesday June 10, during which he addressed and encouraged the troops of 7 Division Strike Group (7 DSG) and 121 Special Force (SF) Battalion that comprised the Armed Forces and Nigerian Army Special Forces located in Pulka,

He said that the Army Chief also addressed troops of 26 Task Force Brigade in Gwoza, 28 Task Force Brigade and 174 Battalion in Mubi.

The COAS commended them for their performances, and thereafter addressed the troops in which he said that he came to thank and
commend them for their valour, which turned the tide against the Boko Haram terrorists and their accomplishments thus far.

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