The Nigerian security forces have been asked by Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) to maintain the current pace in the country’s conflict with insurgency.
Insurgents, kidnappers, and other criminals have recently been placed on the run after being targeted by members of the Nigerian Army, Police, and Department of State Services (DSS), according to MURIC.
The Islamic organisation asked Nigerian security services not to give criminals a chance to hide in plain sight in a statement released on Sunday by the director of MURIC, Professor Ishaq Akintola.
The statement read in part: “A new trend has emerged in the Nigerian security architecture. We have observed the new energy and change of strategy in the campaigns conducted by men of the Nigerian Army, the Police and the Department of State Services (DSS).
“They have turned on the heat on insurgents, kidnappers and other criminals in recent times, thereby putting them on the run.
“We find it necessary to make our observation public in view of the tornado of criticisms directed at the Nigerian security agencies in the recent past.”
MURIC also gives kudos to Nigerian troops, saluting men of the Nigeria Police and the DSS who feed others with intelligence with information.
It added, “We urge them all to sustain the tempo. We must give criminals no breathing space.”
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