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APC insists no part of Nigeria under terrorists’ control

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has insisted that terrorists not management any a part of Nigeria’s territory.

The celebration suggested Nigerians to cease politicising safety points.

John Akpan Udo-Edehe, Secretary, APC Caretaker Committee, made the decision in a press release on Friday.

The scribe famous that other than assaults on gentle targets, Boko Haram and its associates had been degraded.

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Udo-Edehe mentioned efforts of safety companies, notably the Armed Forces, to maintain the nation protected, must be appreciated.

“We should always slightly help their efforts to additional degrade the capability of terrorists and different felony components.

“We invite Nigerians to rededicate themselves to the patriotic name contained in our Nationwide Anthem – ‘The labours of our heroes previous, shall by no means be in useless.”

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January 15 the day put aside to honour navy veterans, those that fought and died within the nation’s civil warfare and inner operations.

Being a former British colony, Nigeria previously noticed November 11 as Poppy Day in honour of the tip of the First World Struggle.

After the federal government’s victory over Biafran troops on January 15, 1970, the day was moved off the Commonwealth of Nations calendar.

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