A group, Coalition for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights (CALSER), has stated that the Nigerian Army’s Super Camp Strategy was the “perfect morale booster in the final push to victory against Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists.”
The group gave the commendation after deploying a team of researchers to transverse the length and breadth of the North-east.
Speaking at a press conference on Monday in Abuja, the group’s convener, Princess Ajibola, said “this strategy has recorded massive dividends, especially with the army’s top shots, led by the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, always at the trenches.”
CALSER showered praises on Buratai “who has made it a mandatory exercise to consistently pay routine visits to the theatre of operations to boost the morale of the troops.”
Ajibola said, “The Coalition for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights wishes to applaud the efforts of the Nigerian Army in the fight against terrorism in Nigeria with the introduction measures and strategies aimed at ensuring the return of peace and tranquility in the North-east.
“The Coalition for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights deployed a team of researchers to transverse the length and breadth of North-East Nigeria to put issues in proper perspectives for members of the unsuspecting general public.
“This periodic assessment is in line with its strategic objective of appraising the operations of the Nigerian Army in the fight against terrorism in Nigeria.”
Continuing, she said, “We consequently wish to state that the Super Camp Strategy of the Nigerian Army has indeed provided that needed boost in the fight against terrorism in Nigeria. This is cognisant of the fact that in the periods that the Coalition for Africa Liberation and Socio-Africa Rights deployed its team of researchers to the fields, it noticed the presence of some top brass of the Nigeria Army in the trenches with the troops.
“This is also on the heels that the Super Camp strategy of the Nigerian Army has proved to be that avenue with which the Nigerian Army has continued to advance in multiple gains in the fight against Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorist group in North-East Nigeria.
“We wish to state that an example should be taken from the leadership strides of the Nigerian Army where the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, has made it a mandatory exercise to consistently pay routine visits to the theater of operations to boost the morale of the troops and as well as encouraging them to give in their best in the final push for the decimation of the remnants of the Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorist group.”