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Insecurity: Nigerian Army deploys officers to Kwara communities

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In a swift effort to beef up security in the state, the Nigerian Army has deployed its troops to Edu in the northern part of Kwara State.

The security agents are deployed in order to smoke out criminal forces using the major forests in the local government area as fortresses.

The state government under the leadership of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has continued to partner and support the military and relevant security agencies so as to ensure maximum security in the state.

Recall that about four months ago, EVENTNG reported that the Nigerian Air Force launched a joint operation with other sister security establishments along the Eyenkorin-Peke-Okolowo area in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital.

The operation which was tagged ‘Exercise Apejopo Idi’ (meaning gathering of the eagles) aimed at utilising NAF ground and air assets to comb the bushes and vulnerable communities within the Eyenkorin-Peke-Okolowo area.

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