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Sunday, September 17, 2017

Army to launch Operation Crocodile in S’South, S’West

As Operation Python Dance in the South-East region continues to generate controversy, the Nigerian Army said on Saturday that it would launch an operation, Crocodile Smile II, which would cover the South-South region and some parts of the South-West.




The Director, Army Public Relations, Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman, said this in an interview with Signature TV on Saturday:

The army spokesman noted that “encouraging feedback” from the South-East after Python Dance I made the army commence Python Dance lI.

He said, “Look, this is the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The Nigerian military belongs to Nigeria and they have a duty to exercise in any part of the country. It is so sad that some people try to politicise these issues. They should have exercised patience and seen how this exercise would go.

“We had Operation Harbin Kunama II covering the North-West and parts of the North-Central this year. As soon as we are done with Egwu Eke II (Python Dance), we are also going on Crocodile Smile II that will cover the South-South and some parts of the South-West of the country.

“Operation Python Dance II came about based on the encouraging feedback we received as a result of Python Dance I held last year. This is especially because of the crimes during the ‘ember’ period in the region. You know that the South-easterners, who are enterprising and industrious people, have to return to their places at the end of the year.

“Unfortunately, some criminal elements take advantage of this period to perpetrate crimes. We have armed robberies, kidnappings, and communal clashes. But the Christmas of 2016 and New Year 2017 were the most peaceful in that part of the country, and that is attributed to the field training exercise, Python Dance I.”

Edited from Punch

29 comments:

  1. Cant wait for operation monkey tail.

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  2. The Nigerian Army should do anything possible to restore peace in the South East.Even if the need be to bring Python dance 3 I don't mind.

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  3. Military regime is coming back indirectly/gradually.
    Trying to excuse what they did...smh

    chim-oma a.k.a. Miss Kapusu

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    1. At a point I wanted military to take over but with the way these set of military are handling things,I jump and pass abeg

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  4. Crocodile smile 1 silenced d creeks, but some are still there, at ikpukulu, smoking gbana,waiting for d next pay check.

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  5. Election is coming. They are quietly deploying troops so that elections can be manipulated systematically. Oga forget, we can see through it!

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    1. They don't need to manipulate anything with soldiers All they need to do is to inform the INEC Chairman whose name to announce so think with your brain

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    2. Make Dem no catch you o because everything na hate speech to this APC government.

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    3. Nobody's manipulating anything. Government need to keep you miscreants away. Ok

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    4. Don..I have been noticing your comments and I marvel at the way you talk and insult people. What is it really? Do you really enjoy the things you say? You find it very easy to call people miscreants. Well..its no fault of yours. Internet warrior.

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  6. Let them take it easy with smiling and dancing oh

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    1. A military that is smiling and dancing is that one a serious military?

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  7. Dont understand all these operation wareva. They should sha do it in peace is all I know unless some miscreants want to show demselves.

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  8. This goes deeper than what we are all thinking.

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  9. I hope the military will launch an operation 'Drogon Dragon Dracaris' in the North soon. #yimu

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  10. Yes, the exercise is needed in the south east. It's a crucial situation and need same response. Go Army!

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  11. Who knows the next dance, anyways if all these will bring peace and protection in the country

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  12. We need peace but they should do it without 'unnecessary' killing of innocent civilians. Most people are nonchalant because it's not directly affecting them. God bless Nigeria.

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  13. What I find funny is the types of animals names they use.
    Phyton,crocodile mmmmmmm why them like crawling things like this biko the next one should be lion dance,leopard dance this names sounds better

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  14. Misplaced priorities. We need operations like Operation Zero/ Reduced Unemployment, Operation Uninterrupted Power Supply, Operation Reduction of Politicians Allowances and other serious issues affecting this country. If the number of unemployed youths are reduced drastically, the crime rate will reduce on its own without all these killings and abuse. Look at the Niger-Delta for example. Some of the areas where oil exploration is carried out cannot even boast of access to good water. How do you expect people from these areas to be happy? They govt should address the issues holistically and forget the use of force.

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  15. I can't wait for operation crocodile smile. It took care of Akpabuyo and Bakassi militants who had driven elected officials from their domains, extorted monies from the dwellers and just caused general mayhem. Nobody complained then even when there were accusations of military brutality, as minority that we is abi? Crocodile smile 2 should come and take care of these Calabar south miscreants. At least, the military won't walk on egg shells as regards any cultist and kidnapper. Hopefully, sanity will be restored to Calabar south.

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