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Army organises seminar for Warrant Officers

Babatunde Abiodun The Nigerian Army recently organized a one-day seminar for Warrant Officers of the Nigerian Armed Forces and their equivalents in the Police and other Para-Military agencies. The seminar with the theme “Warrant Officers and Mentorship” was aimed at complementing certain basic courses and refresher programmes necessary for training Warrant Officers

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Capt. Hashim Abdullahi   1. ARMY RESCUE 46 CAPTIVES, DESTROY FORTIFIED BOKO HARAM CAMP IN SAMBISA The Nigerian Army on Tuesday said its troops had rescued 46 captives and destroyed a highly fortified Boko Haram insurgents’ camp deep inside Sambisa forest as part of its ongoing “clearance operation” . Col. Onyeama Nwachukwu, the

Security: Group scores military high, says peace is returning

Jude Johnson                      A rights group under the aegis of Global peace and life rescue initiative (GOPRI) has commended the military on the achievements and the show of sportsmanship in their various operations all across the country.   According to a statement from the Executive Director, Amb Melvin Ejeh, since President Muhammadu Buhari

Buhari, military operations and battle against insecurity

  By Christopher Yakubu   Since President Muhammadu Buhari assumed the reins of leadership in May 2015, the army has carried out quite some operations as it continues to protect the nation’s territorial integrity.   Operation Lafiya Dole (North East Nigeria)   Operation Lafiya Dole is the army’s code name for the war on terror in Nigeria’s

Army 38: Court backs Gen. Ijioma against Buratai, Nigerian Army

Fixes February 8 for hearing  Babatunde Opalana The National Industrial Court of Nigeria (NICN) sitting in Abuja has ruled that Major General Ijioma Nwokoro Ijioma has the right to challenge his compulsory retirement from the Nigerian Army.   The trial Judge, Justice Edith Agbakoba on Wednesday, ruled against the preliminary objection to the

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