Kaduna Error: Bombing Target

Kaduna Error: Bombing Target

Learning from Mistakes: Military’s Commitment to Zero Occurrences

After the accidental bombing in Kaduna, the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) wants to make sure it never happens again. They promise to be extra careful before launching any more airstrikes. Major Gen Edward Buba, the Director of Defence Media Operations, said that 81 people died and 70 were injured in the incident.

CAN Calls for Technological Enhancement to Prevent Recurrence

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) thinks the armed forces need better surveillance technology. They want the military to have more accurate surveillance technology and intelligent devices. CAN President, Archbishop Daniel Okoh, sends condolences to the victims and asks everyone to not make the incident political. He says it’s important to keep civilians safe and prevent accidents with better surveillance technology.

Ohanaeze Condemns Incident and Calls for Thorough Investigation

Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide is very upset about the accidental bombing. They want a thorough investigation to find out what happened. Dr. Alex Ogbonnia, the National Publicity Secretary, wants President Tinubu to make sure the people responsible are punished. Ohanaeze is very sad about the tragedy and wants justice for the victims.

US Advocates for AI Deployment to Reduce Accidental Bombings

The United States government thinks the Nigerian military should use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to prevent accidental bombings. They say AI can help make sure bombs hit the right targets and follow international humanitarian laws. Paul Dean, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, thinks AI can improve precision and make sure the military follows the rules.

Tinubu Promises Accountability and Reconstruction in Kaduna

President Tinubu promises to punish the people responsible for the drone bombing. He is very concerned about the victims and wants to rebuild Tudun Biri village. The Fulako Initiative will help rebuild houses, clinics, schools, and other things the village needs.

ACF Calls for Redeployment and Independent Investigation

The Arewa Consultative Forum wants the military officers involved in the incident to be moved to different positions. They also want an independent investigation to find out what happened. Prof. T. Muhammad-Baba, the National Publicity Secretary, thinks the investigation should be transparent and the results should be made public, except for things that could harm national security.

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Islamic Forum Demands Thorough Investigation and Compensation

A group called the Islamic Forum wants the government and the Chief of Army Staff to do a thorough and independent investigation. They want the people responsible to be punished if it wasn’t a mistake. They also want the families of the victims to be compensated for their loss.

Civil Society Organization Appeals for Justice and Transparency

The Civil Society Organisation on Community And Humanitarian Enhancement Initiative (CSCHEI) wants justice and transparency. Mr. Kunle Yusuff, the Director General, wants an independent investigation to find out what happened and who is responsible. He also wants the affected families to get compensation and support.

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