The Chief of Army Staff, Lt General Taoreed Lagbaja says the sit-at-dwelling order within the South-East has ended. He said this in Abuja on Tuesday, September 12 in the course of the COAS mixed second and third quarter-convention.We have equally heightened our efforts in containing criminalities perpetrated within the South East Region by the Indigenous People of Biafra and Eastern Security Network. Through Operation Udoka, our troops have, in collaboration with different related stakeholders, put an finish to the notorious sit-at-dwelling order that has virtually crippled socio-financial actions within the Region, Lagbaja mentioned. Law-abiding residents of the area now go about their companies and on a regular basis life. Similarly, our joint efforts with numerous authorities businesses have quelled makes an attempt by criminals to disrupt financial actions within the South West area.On insurgency, the military chief mentioned the actions of Boko Haram and different terrorists have been curtailed.He additionally mentioned the Nigerian Army has established Special Forces models to sort out insecurity throughout the nation.To this finish, troops welfare and that of their households will stay predominant in all our efforts. I intend to consolidate all present welfare preparations to boost the effectively-being of our troops and their households as this can hold them centered on their duties.In addition to offering befitting residing quarters for our personnel, we will make sure the newly launched Affordable Home Ownership Option for All Soldiers Scheme designed to supply inexpensive and excessive-high quality publish-service houses for our troopers, Lagbaja mentioned. The publish Sit-At-Home has ended In South-East – Army Chief appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.