AANI Expresses Deep Sympathy Over Tragic Incident In Tudun Biri, Commends Stakeholders And Urges Swift Government Action

The Alumni Association of the National Institute (AANI) expresses profound sorrow and extends heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims, the government and good people of Igabi LGA and Kaduna State, over the recent tragic military bombing at Tudun Biri village, Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State. Our thoughts are with all Nigerians too over this incident.

AANI National Publicity Secretary, Brigadier General Sani Kukasheka Usman (rtd), in a press statement said AANI commends the concerted efforts of all stakeholders involved in responding to this unfortunate incident. We also appreciate the swift response of the government and emergency services in addressing the immediate aftermath of the incident.

The association calls for continued medical attention and the evacuation of seriously injured victims to advanced medical facilities. Additionally, we urge the government to consider compensating the victims, recognizing the importance of providing support during these challenging times.

While acknowledging the challenges faced by our military, we advocate for a comprehensive inquiry to prevent future incidents. We believe that the military could not have intentionally targeted innocent civilians, emphasizing understanding while seeking accountability.

However, our association advocates for caution among the public, especially those advocating for sanctions against the military to prevent demoralisation of the military and jeopardising their dedicated efforts against terror.

AANI emphasised the importance of unity in the face of adversity and these trying times in our nation. Similarly, it is crucial to maintain unity and support for our armed forces and security agencies, recognizing the immense sacrifices they make in the fight against terrorism, insurgency and other criminalises such as banditry and kidnapping among others. Undoubtedly, this will contribute to enhancing the safety of civilians in conflict zones.

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