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Nigerian Army Building Military Camp In Enugu Not Ruga Settlement – Army


The Nigerian Army has exposed a charge that it is building a Ruga settlement at Igbo-Etiti people group in Enugu State.

Abubakar Abdullahi, Acting Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, revealed this in an assertion on Wednesday.

Abdullahi added that there is no arrangement to build up Ruga settlement in any piece of the South-East zones by the military.

He anyway said a tactical preparing office is being developed locally.

The assertion read, “The 82 Division Nigerian Army has noted with most extreme concern, a ridiculous charge that the Division of the Nigerian Army is as of now building a Ruga Settlement at Igbo-Etiti people group of Udi Local Government Area, Enugu State.

“However this inducing broadcast radiates from a source dispossessed of believability, there is need anyway to introduce the realities unmistakably for any kind of family down the line. It should be underlined that Nigerian Army Engineers are not developing any Ruga Settlement in any piece of Nigeria.

“Maybe, the Engineers are at present developing a tactical preparing office at Igbo-Etiti Community of Udi Local Government Area, Enugu State. Upon finish, the office will oblige troops during preparing and help to work on their productivity in securing honest residents across the South-East.

“Any counter account circulated on the venture is a noxious deception pointed toward impelling people in general against the Nigerian Army.

“Individuals from the general population are along these lines encouraged to negligence such false and bogus data radiating from this previously mentioned media or any data source.

“The Nigerian Army stays a sound establishment that joins the nation and has no spot for ethno-strict opinions. We will keep on completing our protected assignments equitably the nation over and remain absolutely objective.”

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