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Boko Haram: Malian Defence Chief Extols Nigerian Military, Seeks Cooperation

ABUJA (Sundiata Post) – The Deputy Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) of the Malian Armed Forces, Brigadier General Didier Dacko, has commended the Nigerian Armed Forces for what he described as their exceptional role in peace keeping and high professional conduct in all military operations in the sub-region, Africa and around the globe

Dacko made the commendation when he visited the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin at the Defence Headquarters, Abuja.

The Malian Defence Chief, while praising the Nigerian Armed Forces for its leadership role in the West African sub-region,also stated that he was in DHQ to “understudy the Nigerian Armed Forces winning strategy against the dreaded Boko Haram Terrorists”.

According to him, this is to enable his country can replicate same in tackling the security challenges in Mali.

Responding, Olonisakin assured of the Nigerian Armed Forces readiness to partner with any country in the sub-region to curb the menace of terrorists and reactionary forces.

He, however, urged the regional security forces to evolve new strategies in intelligence gathering and sharing to unmask and defeat terrorist elements working against the progress of the continent.

The CDS noted that the regional security forces must synergise to tackle the common enemy who are hell bent to destabilise the region.

He also expressed willingness to support the actualisation of an operational African Standby Force.

Olonisakin further called on the regional forces to close ranks and bridge the gap to achieve the vision of having a terrorist free region.

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