Military rehabilitates 28 schools, 14 clinics, commissions 81 boreholes
In addition to its ongoing kinetic operations, the Nigerian military has renovated 14 schools, 14 clinics and commissioned 81 boreholes across the country in the last three months.
John Enenche, Co-ordinator of Defence Media Operations (DMO) who disclosed this in Abuja, also said the military constructed road, installed transformer and solar power equipment, rehabilitated two worship centres to some host communities, in the period under review.
The Co-ordinator said this is part of the Civil-Military Cooperation Activities (CIMIC) of the armed forces, adding that the military also fostered several stakeholders and reconciliation meetings between hostile communities and carried out medical outreaches in host communities.
Ennenche also noted that troops carried out land, maritime and air operations across the various theatres of operation including; clearance, ambush, air patrols, offensive air strikes, air interdictions, anti-crude oil theft anti-pipeline vandalism operations, anti-smuggling operations, among others.
This, he said resulted in the death of at least 869 terrorists and bandits, rescue of hundreds of kidnap victims, destruction of over 70 illegal refineries in the country, among several other successes.