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Military To Begin Operation Crocodile Smile In Ogun State

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The Nigerian Army would soon introduce a fresh security operation with the code name: “Crocodile smile’’ in Ogun State.

The strategy, based on the Brigade Commander of 35 Artillery Brigade, Alamala, Abeokuta, Basil Adoke would be targeted at addressing security challenges in the state and its environs‎.

The Army boss who spoke at a reception, organised by the state as part of activities marking 57th Independent Anniversary yesterday, said the action would be set up in the next few days across the state and environs as a step up tempo targeted at miscreants.

His words: “We will start crocodile smile in Ogun State. It is a scale of exercise to step up tempo targeted on miscreants. ”

Adoke, but urged residents not to entertain any fear when the operation starts, stressing that some miscreants have already been identified and needed to be flushed out.

He said: “Though, the state is reported to be peaceful but we still have some miscreants to be dealt with, so when you see crocodile smile, don’t be afraid. ”

He explained that the security strategy would be a replica of “operation python dance” introduced in Abia State to silence criminals in the state and its environs.

Governor Ibikunle Amosun commended the efforts of the many security agencies in the state and pledged his administration’s continued support to them, stressing that no criminal will be allowed to operate freely in the state.

Amosun expressed optimism that the country would conquer all of the problems confronting it, stressing that it is a phase in life.

He said, anyone or group that would divide the country shouldn’t be allowed and called on all Nigerians to remain united.

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