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FG sets in motion manhunt for coup instigators

The Nigerian military reveals it is on the lookout for individuals who delight in instigating a coup in the country through fake news.

Nigerian Defense Headquarters (DHQ), made this known in a statement on Sunday thus revealed that the nation’s military never received any request to topple President Bola Tinubu-led Federal Government as being insinuated in some quarters.

The complete statement signed by Director, Defence Information, Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, follows thus:

” The Defence Headquarters is concerned about a false and disturbing social media report twisted to state that the Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN) received a request to effect a change of leadership in the country.

We want to use this opportunity to reiterate that the AFN never received nor made such a declaration at any time to anyone or any group. We believe this statement came from those who do not wish the nation well.

It is surely the wicked imagination of a few who are not happy with the progress and well-being of our dear country.

The AFN is very comfortable with democracy and remains loyal to the President, Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria His Excellency President Bola Ahmed Tinubu GCFR.

The military is always willing and ready to defend the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

We urge those peddling such falsehood to desist from such or face the law. The Military and indeed other security agencies are on the lookout for these agents of doom. We must all join hands to strengthen our democracy.”

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