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“Both women are heroes who have excelled in their work in various fields of security. ”

The Kaduna state government has told BBC Hausa that it has received the first batch of 100 of the 300 female soldiers deployed on the Kaduna- Abuja highway to provide security.

The Nigerian army announced on Wednesday the deployment of 300 female soldiers on the road to confront the hijackers on the road.

The women were recruited into the 1st Division of the Nigerian Army in Kaduna State, and the Women’ s Army joined them to work together.


Kaduna State Governor Nasir El- Rufai welcomed the delegation, the first group to stay at his residence in Kakau on Abuja Road.

El- Rufa’ i said the safety problem plaguing the road would soon be a thing of the past as women would work to eliminate it.

He assured them of the full support of the Kaduna state government in the performance of their duties.

In an interview with Hausa, Kaduna State Internal Security Commissioner Samuel Aruwan said that all the women were heroes who had excelled in their respective fields.


“The Nigerian army will deploy 300 security personnel in the future, but on Wednesday we received the first batch of 100 soldiers, the rest will arrive in Kaduna in a few days, ” Aruwan said.

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He added: ” The armed forces and the armed forces will be a force to be reckoned with and a support for those in the air and ground services. ”
Many parts of Kaduna state have recently bid farewell to peace due to bandit attacks, and the Kaduna- Abuja highway has also become a death trap for travelers.

Asked about his claim that the road was safe, he said: ” No one is saying that a bottle does not pay for soap. It is obtained by perpetuation. ”


Mr. Samuel Aruwan said that there was a lot of information that could not be explained in the media, but that there was no doubt that these female soldiers would contribute even more to the fight against kidnappers and hostages along the way.

Many parts of Kaduna state have recently bid farewell to peace due to bandit attacks, and the Kaduna- Abuja highway has also become a death trap for travelers.

The kidnappers kidnapped several travelers on the road and killed many of them.

Many Nigerians on the road have avoided women, preferring to take the train and the elite fly to escape the kidnappers.


Following the route means reaching a safe destination or being stranded leading to encounters with armed men entering the bush in search of rescue.

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Security forces and governments have repeatedly said they are working hard to keep the peace on the road, but that has not stopped the kidnappings.

But security experts say the measure could reduce or eliminate roadblocks if, over time, 300 female soldiers are given the proper equipment and rights.

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