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Military revamps, commissions primary health centre in plateau

Nigerian Military

The Nigerian military has commissioned the Rim Primary Healthcare Centre revamped by the Defence Headquarters in Riyom Local Government Area of Plateau State, as part of it’s Civil Military Cooperation activities ( CIMIC).

The Defence Headquarters medical team in conjunction with Headquarters Operation Safe Haven medical team also conducted a 2-day medical outreach in ZangonKataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

This was disclosed by John Enenche, Coordinator, Defence Media Operations (DMO), in Abuja.

The Coordinator also disclosed that the Headquarters Operation Safe Haven fostered several stakeholders meetings in various parts of Plateau and Kaduna states including Bokkos, Bassa, Mangu, Jos, Barkin Ladi, and Riyom Local Government Areas of Plateau State, as well as Jama’a and Zangon- Kataf Local Government Areas of Kaduna State.

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In addition to CIMIC activities, Eneche said troops in the North-central zone, have continued to sustain intensive clearance operations against armed bandits and other criminals.

He said in the last one week, troops of Operation Safe Haven raided suspected Sara Suka criminals’ hideouts at Jenta Adamu, Rikkos, and Gangare Yan Doya area of Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State.

Enenche said the troops stormed the hideouts and arrested 14 suspects while 12 knives, 4 daggers, 4 mobile phones, two swords, assorted charms, a large quantity of substances suspected to be Cannabis Sativa, amongst other illicit drugs were recovered.

He further discosed that the troops raided another suspected drug peddlers’ hideout within Barkin Ladi Area of Plateau State, where a most wanted drug dealer was arrested with a large quantity of substance suspected to be Cannabis Sativa.