Peace may come into the banditry torn Southern Kaduna as Army Special Forces arrive base.

Ray of peace shines in the horizon as the Nigerian Army Special Forces to quell the incessant killing in Southern Kaduna have arrived their base Friday morning.

The implication is that the operations there ceases to be a police operation as the troop approved by the Defence Headquarters to halt the senseless killings and restore peace in Southern Kaduna have arrived Kafanchan ahead of their deployment to the various flash points in the area later today.

They were received at Sector 7, the headquarters of Operation Safe Haven, by the Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Mr. Samuel Aruwan.

Addressing the troops, the Commissioner charged them to take the battle to the bandits and ensure that peace and security are restored to southern Kaduna.

He also thanked the Defense headquarters for graciously approving the deployment of the troops to Southern Kaduna, and however, assures the support and cooperation of the state government in making the operation a huge success.

Aruwan also called on non-state actors, especially residents of the affected communities to give their maximum support to the troops during the period of the operation through intelligence sharing mechanism.

The Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces and President of the Federal Republic, Retired Major General Muhamadu Buhari had been holding series of talks with his Service Chiefs on how to halt terrorism and banditry in the Northern region of Nigeria.

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