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Nigerians Appreciate Your Sacrifices As Chief Of Army Staff, Olowu Kuta Applauds Buratai



Olowu of Kuta, His Royal Highness Oba Adekunle Oyelude Makama, Tegbosun iii

The Olowu of Kuta, Oba Adekunle Oyelude Makama, has debunked the statement credited to the former Chief of Army Staff, Lt-Gen. Yusuf Tukur Buratai (rtd.), over his ambush three times while battling Boko Haram insurgents and that his sacrifices to the nation should been more appreciated.

The Osun monarch made the clarification in a statement made available to CityMirrorNews on Tuesday.

Oba Makama said the statement was a personal opinion of Major Banjo and shouldn’t have been ascribed to Buratai.

Reacting to the misconceptions that followed the statement, the monarch said, “The Palace of Olowu of Owu Kuta wishes to state that the statement was a personal opinion of Major Banjo and not that of General Tukur Buratai.

“Gen. Buratai, for the record, is appreciative of the support and honour done him by the people of Owu Kuta and its neighbouring communities as well as the support he enjoyed from all Nigerians as Chief of Army Staff.

“Gen Buratai considers it an honour to have been given the opportunity to serve the Nigerian Army and by extension the Nigerian people. He also appreciates floods of well wishes from Nigerians since his retirement. And if he had the honour, he would gladly do it again.

“The Palace also wishes to extend to Gen. Buratai the immense appreciation of the good people of Owu Kuta Kingdom,” Oba Makama said.

Meanwhile, Oba Adekunle Oyelude Makama, has said that patriotic Nigerians appreciated the sacrifices as Chief of Army Staff, Lt-Gen. Yusuf Tukur Buratai (rtd.) as military decimated Boko-Haram under him.

The Osun monarch stated that Buratai in turn also appreciate Nigerian for their support which gave the Army the victory over Boko Haram and other criminal elements in the country.

Oba Oyelude Makam, however, stated that the thanksgiving he organised in honour of Buratai last Saturday was part of evidence to show that the contributions of the immediate past Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff was appreciated.


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