Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State has extolled the Army for tackling insecurity across the country.
He said the cooperation of civilians and the military was the best way to foster and strengthen a healthy society.
Fubara said this at the weekend during the 6 Division Combined West African Social Activities (WASA) at the 29 Battalion Parade Ground, Port Harcourt Barracks.
The Secretary ably represented the governor to the State Government (SSG), Dr. Tammy Danagogo.
“Let me take this opportunity to commend the officers and soldiers of this division for your sacrificial contributions to the maintenance of peace and order in Rivers State.
“The state will continue to support and collaborate with the Army in all its activities. Be assured of our full support in all your operations.
“The cultural displays and performances witnessed here today are clear testimonies of the diversity and strength of Nigeria as a nation.
“As you begin your activities for 2024, it is my hope that you will approach these activities with renewed zeal, vigour and commitment,” he said.