Gov Zulum recruits 400 initial batch Civilian JTF into army, Ohanaeze, Afenifere kicks

The recruitment of four hundred fellows of the Civilian Joint Task Force in Borno State into the Nigerian Military has spat distinguished socio-cultural groups representing completely different areas of the nation in opposition to one another on the proprietary or in any other case of the move.

Whereas the Arewa Consultative Forum is totally in support of the choice, groups both the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Afenifere, the Middle Belt Forum, and the Pan Niger Delta Forum are in opposition to it on the assumption that only individuals from a selected area of the nation are enlisted into the Military.

The Nigerian Military had on Wednesday assimilated 400 members of the civilian JTF into its fold to help in fighting the battle in opposition to Boko Haram terrorists.

The lads, amongst who’re hunters, are being joined into the Nigerian Military’s supper camp strategy in Borno State, the disastrous strike by the insurgency.

Governor Babagana Zulum, who charged the 400 men before the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai, stated they created the initial batch to be drafted by the Military.

Based on him, different CJTF members will probably be becoming a member of the Military soon.

The CJTF arose in 2013 to assist the safety forces within the struggle in opposition to Boko Haram and to guard native neighborhoods against assaults by insurgents and was regularized by the Borno State Government via an alliance with the army.

The CJTF fellows had been called up, trained, kitted, deployed, and reimbursed month-to-month stipends to encourage them. Read full