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‘Crocodile Smile’ Not To Stifle #EndSARS Protest – Army

The Nigerian Army has expressed that the soon to start “Activity Crocodile Smile” isn’t implied smother the continuous #EndSARS fights in certain states in the nation.

The Nigerian Army made this known in an announcement on Sunday by the acting Director of Army Public Relations, Sagir Musa.

The military kept up that the “Activity Crocodile Smile” is a customary armed force activity that holds each October to December.

It prompted honest Nigerians to approach their legal exercises unhindered.

The announcement read to some extent, “The consideration of the Nigerian Army (NA) has been attracted to some online media stuff illegitimately censuring the Army and its Leadership over the declaration of Exercise CROCODILE SMILE VI especially the Cyber Warfare Component of the Exercise. The current year’s Exercise CROCODILE SMILE is booked to begin from the twentieth of October to the 31st of December 2020 has no relationship with any legitimate dissent under any appearance at all.

For the records, Exercise CROCODILE SMILE is a yearly exercise in the NA Calendar/Forecast of Events which generally holds from October to December of every year.

“In this manner, to now intimate that it is an activity intended to smother the progressing ENDSARS fight is no doubt exceptionally misled. Exercise CROCODILE SMILE VI has nothing to do with the progressing fight and the NA has never been engaged with the continuous dissent in any structure at all. Up until this point, the military has acted expertly since the common dissent began once again fourteen days prior.

“The military therefore orders all honest Nigerians to approach their legitimate exercises unhindered as the Exercise has nothing to do with ENDSARS fight, yet a yearly function set out to prepare NA officials and warriors in its endeavors to guaranteeing wellbeing and security of Nigeria and her residents.”

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