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Now in Service — China’s J-20 Stealth Fighter

Fifth-generation fighter marks its official entry into the PLAAF China’s Chengdu J-20 stealth fighter has officially entered service with the People’s Liberation Army Air Force. “China’s latest J-20 stealth fighter has been officially commissioned into military service, according to Wu Qian, spokesperson for the Ministry of National Defense on Thursday,” reads a

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis is Escalating

Here’s How It Could Be Resolved By Richard Moncrieff Editor's noted: Moncrieff in this article originally published in African Arguments, suggests that improving decentralisation countrywide would appeal to Anglophone protesters in Cameroon, but without seeming to give them special treatment. On 22 September, massive protests across Cameroon’s Anglophone regions brought

Nigerian Troop Kill Boko Haram Terrorists in Lake Chad Area

Confiscate logistics    Jude Johnson    The troop of 242 Battalion of 8 Task Force Division, Nigerian Army have intercepted and killed several Boko Haram terrorists in Lake Chad region of the North East.   Deputy Director of Army Public Relations (DDAPR), Col. Timothy Antigha, on Friday, said the forces have continued to deny the remnants

Python Dance II: Nigerian Military Sustains Major Operations in 6 Geopolitical Zones

Restates loyalty to civil rule, constitutional role    Jude Johnson    The Nigerian military has said their troops are engaged in one major operations or the other in all the six geopolitical zones of the country similar to the controversial Operation Python Dance 11 (Egwu Eke II) in the South East region.   The Director

Biafra: UK asks Nigerian govt to produce Nnamdi Kanu

Say IPOB not a terrorist organisation  Jude Johnson        The Government of United Kingdom (UK) has demanded from the Nigerian government the status and whereabouts of Biafran movement leader, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu- a Nigerian and British citizen.   Kanu who is the leader of proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has not been seen in public

Intersociety cautions Buhari against planned exit from 90 Intr’l organizations

Babatunde Opalana   A civil society group, the Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law has cautioned the Buhari administration to have a rethink over the plan to exit Nigeria from 90 global organizations as it portends greater danger for the development of the nation.   Reacting to an announcement on

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