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http://laprovence.sk/familjarnosty/701 Enenche, who made the appeal on Wednesday at his maiden interaction with Defence Correspondents, however, urged them to continue to report the truth.
source url He said the appeal was necessary because Nigeria must remain a corporate entity where peace and tranquillity prevailed at all times.
http://www.airlinetest.com/?milyokrt=menschen-kennenlernen-fragen&4db=28 Enenche, who was appointed to the post on March 1, reminded newsmen that negative reports would not only affect the image of the military but also that of Nigeria.
go to site “Remember that the armed forces are the backbone of the country. What has caused other nations to disintegrate has happened to Nigeria, but it remains one united country because of the armed forces,’’ he said.
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