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Katsina communities pen letter of appreciation to COAS Buratai over improved security

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The Faskari communities of Katsina State have applauded the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. Gen. Tukur, over the improved security situation in the area.
This was contained in a letter dated December 2, signed by Alhaji Aminu Tukur Usman, the ‘Sarkin Yamman Katsina’ and addressed to the COAS.
According to the District Head, the entire district and Local Government now enjoys a new lease of life, thanks to the launch of the Nigerian Army Super Camp IV.
He wrote, “On behalf of the good people of Faskari Communities, I hereby write to extend our appreciation over your contribution waboutthe improvement of the general security situation in the entire District and Local Government in particular.
“The timely intervention through the establishment of the Nigerian Army Super Camp IV is indeed commendable and well appreciated by us”.
The traditional ruler also hailed the Army Chief for approving payment of compensation to farmers as well as rehabilitation of the health facility in the community.
“Similarly, we also recognise and appreciate your approval of the payment of compensation to farmers whose farmlands/crops were affected by the work in the Nigerian Army Super Camp IV and the ongoing rehabilitation of our health facility as an implementation of corporate social responsibility under your good office,” the letter added.
” At this juncture, the people of Faskari within and outside Nigeria are proud to be associated with you and your excellent officers and men. May God Almighty reward you abundantly amin”.
Recall that the COAS had in July  lagged off a Special Army Super Camp IV in Faskari Local Government Area of Katsina State.
The establishment of the super camp was part of the activities marking the Nigerian Army Day Celebration 2020 and the commencement of “Exercise Sahel Sanity 2020” to curb banditry and other forms of crimes plaguing the communities in the North West.

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