The Defence Headquarters has tasked on journalists on the necessity for due diligence of their reportage in different to not mislead the general public.
Coordinator, Defence Media Operations Main Common John Enenche in a response to a publication in some sections of the media with the caption: ”It isn’t our responsibility to unravel Boko Haram sponsors” and attributed to him mentioned it was utterly taken out of context.
Common Enenche defined that unraveling sponsors of Boko Haram, Bandits and different felony teams is the collective accountability of the Intelligence fusion centre, the place each the Defence Intelligence Company, Division of State Service and Nationwide Intelligence Company work in concord, whereas kinetics of operations is dealt with by related elements of the Navy.
”Additionally it is on file that these companies and the Armed Forces of Nigeria work collectively in all of the Theatres of operations within the nation.
”Recall additionally that just lately, the Chief of Defence Workers even had Nationwide safety assembly engagements with the assorted Heads of those safety companies and the Service Chiefs with a view to re-strategising the continuing conflict towards felony components. The Coordinator was quoted out of context by some media sources.
”The publication is deceptive and may due to this fact be disregarded. It’s kindly suggested that Journalists put in due diligence, to bundle tales in the correct context earlier than speeding to publish.
”We’ll stay accessible to the media for corroboration in addition to verification of related information objects.” He added