President Muhammadu Buhari has sent a tough warning to bandits, saying that “the clock of your ultimate destruction is ticking as you will no longer have a place to hide.”
Buhari said this while reacting to the killing of over 30 people in Goronyo in Sokoto State on Sunday by bandits.
This was contained in a statement by Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, on Monday.
President Buhari said that “the days of the bandits are indeed numbered because the military capabilities of our forces are being boosted by the acquisition and deployment of advanced equipment.”
According to him, “the bandits are living in the fool’s paradise of invincibility, but reality will soon dawn on them harder than ever before.”
President Buhari added that “the bandits are currently under desperate pressure because of the intense and sustained air and ground operations against them in their hideouts by our security forces.
“The cowardly attacks on innocent people by the bandits show a rearguard action of criminals under pressure. But they will have no place to hide and our gallant security forces will not relent in the current offensive to defeat these callous enemies of humanity,” the President emphasized.
He appealed to all Nigerians “not to despair because this administration is determined more than ever before to protect Nigerians from murderous criminal gangs that have no respect for the sanctity of life.”
The President extended his sympathy to the families of the victims of the Goronyo attack and called on the people to continue to be patient with the military strategies on how to deliver the crushing blow to these bandits.
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