The Borno Youth Vigilante Association, Civilian JTF, has forwarded
a formal letter of appreciation to Dr. Peregrino Brimah, founder of ENDS.ng,
Every Nigerian Do Something, for his and the organisation's support in their
war against Boko Haram terror. In the letter signed by the overall chairman of
the thousands-men association, Abba Aji Kalli, the Youth Vigilantes thanked Dr.
Brimah for the support given which has boosted their moral, and encouraged
them to put "more energy, strength and power into fighting
terrorism and insecurity and making the citizens of Borno more law abiding
at all cost."
The Youth further thanked Dr. Brimah of ENDS, saying the
support will be forever written "in gold" for future generations and
such support is necessary in helping them tackle the terror crises that has
devastated the socio-economic structure of Nigeria as a whole with e
north-east most particularly.
The ENDS organisation donates self-defense and communication
tools like walkie-talkies, tasers and pepper spray, and other valuable
equipment for the intractable war against Boko Haram, like torchlights. ENDS
has also recently donated battery-powered blow-horn community alarms and
hand-held, pocket horn alarms to most affected outskirt villages like
Gamboru-Ngala, Bama, Kala-Balge and the like, to increase community alert speed
and response time in the advent of recurrent terror attacks. Other classified
costly anti-terror equipment have also been transferred to the Civilian JTF as
well as cash donations. ENDS also assists with advice and strategies against
terror, and news media messages, activism and publicity for the affected people
of the northeast, informing Nigerians and the global community of the plight of
the people in the northeast, those fighting against terror and the
victims, displaced, abducted, orphaned and all others.
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