The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has declared its intention to meet with Rev. Timothy Daluk, the Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the Mangu Local Government Area of Plateau State, according to reports in PUNCH. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
This comes after the chairman recently leveled accusations against the Nigerian military, stating that they were involved in overseeing the state’s Christian killings and property devastation.
In a viral video, Rev Timothy Daluk stated, “I am here to report the situation happening in Mangu Local Government for the whole world to understand.
What is happening in Mangu at this particular point in time, the military are the ones sending our people away for the militia to burn their houses.”
Responding to these allegations, Major General Edward Buba, the Director of Defence Media Operations, highlighted that the Defence Headquarters is taking steps to engage with Rev Timothy Daluk to substantiate the claims made in the video.
“It is not unusual for emotions to cloud people’s judgment when they have been confronted with a very traumatising experience,” said Major General Buba.
He emphasized that the military will continue to discharge its duties professionally and in line with the best international standards.
The Defence Headquarters expressed its commitment to investigating the allegations thoroughly, aiming to unravel the truth behind the accusations.
Major General Buba stressed the importance of addressing such serious claims to ensure transparency and uphold the credibility of the military’s operations. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>