Nigeria: Buratai Asks Army Officers To Launch Spritual Warfare Against Insurgents

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The Chief of Army Staff, Lt General Tukur Buratai has enjoined Army Officers to be active military operations and also move closer to God through spiritual warfare.

Buratai who disclosed this at the decoration of 39 newly promoted major-generals, said a spiritual warfare seminar organised by the army recently is to seek God’s intervention for victory in combat operations.

He said God’s intervention is visible during the recent EndSARS protests where no major casualties were recorded at the Lekki Tollgate.

He said the Amry will continue to protect every law-abiding Nigerian anywhere in the country.

Dandal Kura Radio International reports that a military intelligence officer, Ahmed Taiwo, who appeared before Lagos Panel on EndSARS on behalf of the Nigerian Army, is among newly decorated Major General.
While encouraging troops on the importance of combat operations, Buratai also asked them to move closer to God.

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