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AGATU TO NAF OFFICERS: “Avoid illicit affairs with our girls or face gods’ wrath”

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AGATU TO NAF OFFICERS: "Avoid illicit affairs with our girls or face gods’ wrath"

The chairman said the advice was imperative owing to the fact that ” your body is not wood, but I advise you not to get swelled by your emotions, if you are in love with them, notify their parents of your intentions, but avoid illicit sex with them”.

 

The Chairman of Agatu Local Government Area of Benue State, Mrs. Comfort Alhassan, has advised officers of Nigeria Air Force on Quick Response Mission in the council area to avoid illicit relationship with village girls or face the wrath of gods.

Alhassan told the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Agatu during the activation of the 21 Quick Response Wing of NAF in Agatu that any illicit sexual relationship with the girls would spell doom for the soldiers.

NAN reports that the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, was in Agatu to activate the 21 Quick Response Wing of the NAF situated in the local government to deal with cases of insurgency in the area.

NAN reports that in 2016, the entire the local government area was sacked by herdsmen who forced their way into the place, displaced farmers and set houses ablaze.

The chairman said the advice was imperative owing to the fact that ” your body is not wood, but I advise you not to get swelled by your emotions, if you are in love with them, notify their parents of your intentions, but avoid illicit sex with them”.

She, however, commended the Federal Government for situating the quick response wing of the Air force to her local government council, saying, ” now we can sleep with our two eyes closed”.

She promised to support the soldiers by providing their food needs, adding that “whatever their needs, they should ask of us”.

Alhassan also commended the Federal Government for drilling a borehole within the vicinity of the military facility to supply water to the host community and assured that the facility would be protected.

(NAN)

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