The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sodique Abubakar, after
commissioning a medical laboratory at the NAF 81 Maritime Group in
Benin City, Edo State, vowed that the days of the Boko Haram sect
in Nigeria were numbered adding that provisions made for the
Nigerian Air Force in the 2016 budget would improve its operations
and completely defeat the terrorists.
He said:
“We are at the tail end of the war against Boko Haram. One
of their enclaves, Alagarnu, has just been taken over. I was
in the North-East a few days ago and I believe that we are
at the tail end of this operation.” “The last time we came, we
didn’t have a laboratory.
But today, we have a well equipped laboratory.
Professionalism is not just about training and equipping the
soldier but also taking care of the welfare of the soldier.
“A professional soldier can also fall sick. That is why we need
to provide a laboratory, which we have done.”

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