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‘We Don’t Have Capacity To Defend Schools Against Terrorists,’ – Nigerian Army

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On Friday, the Nigerian military said it doesn’t have enough workforce to have a huge security presence in all Nigerian schools to avoid terrorist’s invasion or abduction of pupils.

Defence Spokesperson, Brigadier General John Agim, who was a guest on Channels Television Breakfast Programme, said due to the huge land mass, especially in the Northern East which is volatile to attacks, it is difficult to deploy troops to schools.

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“The military doesn’t have the manpower to deploy (troops) to all the schools. It is not possible. People don’t know the land mass that we have in the North East and the number of troops that are deployed in that place. The land mass is very large” he said.

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