The United Kingdom has communicated fulfillment with the triumphs recorded so far by the Armed Forces of Nigeria in the handling of Boko Haram rebellion in the North East and guaranteed to team up with Nigeria for further achievement.
The United Kingdom Assistant Chief of Defense Staff, Rear Admiral Simon James Ancona made this expression when he lead a designation of the UK Ministry of Defense and Engagement on an affability visit to the Nigeria Chief of Defense Staff, General Gabriel Olonisakin.
Rear Admiral Ancona repeated that the way the Nigerian military stifled the Boko Haram terrorists has further put the Nigerian Armed Forces specifically and the country when all is said in done on a positive radar of worldwide evaluation list. He complimented the military and partnered security offices for theirtheir doggedness and sacrifice that have led to the decimation of the murderous terrorists group and called for sustenance of the onslaught to wipe insurgency from territory.
The senior military officer vowed that the UK Armed Forces would keep on working intimately with their partner in Nigeria towards reinforcing the limit of the Nigerian military to be more strong and responsive in the release of their protected order.
The UK team leader clarified that the assignment was in Nigeria as a follow-up to assortment of provincial and worldwide security matters talked about before in the year at a Peace Keeping Conference held in the UK.
The visit, he said, would encourage reinforce and enhance the memorable and congruous reciprocal relationship between the two awesome countries, assuring the CDS that British unexpected in Nigeria would dependably dwell with surviving principles and operations command of troops in Nigeria.
In his reaction, General Olonisakin communicated his significant appreciation to the UK Government for all the help the Nigerian Armed Forces have enjoy from the UK. He however requested for more grounded tie in insight sharing, military equipment, labour limit building and preparing in counter Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and Deep Penetration Detection Devices (DPDDs)