President Muhammadu Buhari has said his regime remained committed to winning the war against terrorism and other forms of insecurity.
He added that his regime would stop at nothing to ensure citizens have a new Nigeria free from insecurity before bowing out of office.
The president made this known at the unveiling of locally produced 700 Ashok Leyland troops carrying vehicles in Abuja today.
He, however, commended the military’s efforts at ensuring peace and stability in the country, promising that he would ensure their labour won’t go unrewarded.
It could be recalled that over the year’s president Buhari said his government had win war against the menace with the efforts of security forces.
The Minister of Defence retired Major General; Bashir Magashi said the process of transforming the armed forces had been difficult because of the security and economic challenges confronting the nation.