The Theatre Commander, Operation Hadin Kai, Maj.-Gen. Christopher Musa, says the Nigerian army won’t permit the Islamic States West African Province (ISWAP), a international terrorist group, to have a robust footing in Nigeria.
Musa said this in an interview with newsmen on Wednesday, in Maiduguri
In response to him, ISWAP is a international terrorist organisation that’s funded by international people and doubtless some locals and that they’ve international management which implies they don’t have any stake in Nigeria.
“It is rather clear that ISWAP are foreigners coming to invade our nation which we are going to by no means permit to occur.
“That’s why I need to encourage these of them, particularly these members which can be with them to drag out and perceive that they don’t have any stake in what these guys are doing.
“They don’t want the nation effectively they don’t want themselves effectively and we are going to by no means permit any foreigner step an inch on floor in Nigeria,” he mentioned.
The theatre commander said that the army had suggested the governments on the necessity to undertake the system of involving the victims in dialogue on the dealing with of the surrendered terrorists.