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Nigerian Army Changes Boko Haram War Codename From Lafiya Dole To Operation Hadin Kai




The Nigerian Military introduced on Friday that the anti-Boko Haram insurgency battle within the North-East would now not be Operation Lafiya Dole however Operation Kadin Kai.


The Chief of the Military Workers, Lt Gen Ibrahim Attahiru, permitted the renaming of the operation in a launch obtained by SaharaReporters, saying this may deliver higher effectivity.

The Director, Military Public Relations, Brig Gen Muhammed Yerima, famous that the military was determined in its push to crush the Boko Haram within the North-East area.

Yerima stated, “The Chief of Military Workers has permitted the renaming of the continuing Counterinsurgency Operation within the North East from Operation Lafiya Dole (OPLD) to Operation Hadin Kai (OPHK).

“Additionally affected by the re-designation are the Military Tremendous Camps which now replicate the nomenclature of the formations and items adopted by the title of the areas they occupy whereas sub-units are redesigned as Ahead Working Bases (FOBs) adopted by the title of their areas. All these adjustments are with fast impact.

“The renaming is according to the COAS Imaginative and prescient of getting ‘a Nigerian Military that’s Repositioned to Professionally Defeat all Adversaries in a Joint Setting’. It’s the perception of the COAS that the entire defeat of insurgency is a course of that requires the participation of your entire nation utilizing all components of nationwide energy.

“He additional assured that the NA beneath his management will proceed to pursue the trail of jointness in prosecuting the counterinsurgency battle.”

Regardless of the assurances of the army, the Boko Haram in latest weeks have continued to sack numerous communities and armed forces operational bases in Borno and Yobe states, resulting in huge lack of lives and ammunition within the theatre of operation.

There have been heavy assaults in Damasak, Dikwa, Mainok in Borno in addition to in Geidam and Buni Gari cities in Yobe State, with the army seeming helpless within the face of the rising effrontery by the Boko Haram fighters who’re additionally being aided by the deadlier faction of the Islamic State West African Province.

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