By Intersociety (Onitsha Nigeria: 12th October 2017)-The greatest threat facing the Nigerian Army, its integrity and professionalism (if any) as well as its general acceptance and factorization into the multi ethno-religious Federation of Nigeria is its present lopsided composition; designed and executed by the present Buhari/Osinbajo Administration since 29th May
Says Python Dance medical outreach, not poisonous Denies alleged ‘Monkeypox’ vaccination By Joan Ejembi The Anambra state Government said on Wednesday, that it has prevailed on the Nigerian Army to call-off a medical outreach it embarked upon in the state which has resulted in panic in the area. This is coming as the Army
Demands troops redeployment from S/East Joan Ejembi The foreign fact-finding mission on the activities of civil-military relations in Nigeria has indicted the country’s military over the conduct and activities of its troops in the controversial exercise codenamed Egwu Eke II (Python Dance II). Information revealed that Rapid Response Fact-Finding Mission (RRFFM) from
Calls for calm, to publish contact phone numbers Jude Johnson The Nigerian Army is set to flag off Exercise Crocodile Smile II on Friday, October 13, 2017 in three Divisions encompassing South South and South West part of the country. The Director of Army Public Relations (DAPR), Brig-Gen. Sani Usman, on Tuesday, said the
By Babatunde Opalana Theatre Command Operation Lafiya Dole of the Nigerian Army has described as false a news article published online by Almardanews.com(AMN), in which it was alleged that one Chris Tomson claimed ISIS had in an ambush against Nigerian Army convoy, executed 30 soldiers on Friday afternoon. Colonel Onyema Nwachukwu, Deputy
Military launches Operation Crocodile Smile II in Rivers State Jude Johnson The General Officer Commanding (GOC) 82 Division Nigerian Army, Maj-Gen AB Abubakar has overseen the deployment of troops for the ongoing but controversial Operation Python Dance (Egwu Eke II) in parts of the South East Nigeria. This is coming as the
The Nigerian Senate has begun probing into the controversial dismissal of 38 officers of the Nigerian Army in response to the petition filed by one of the affected officers, Lt-Col. Abdulfatai Mohammed. Mohammed’s petition, which was received by the Senate through Ovie Omo-Agege, APC-Delta, on July 19, was referred to the
As ex-DMI seeks legal redress Babatunde Opalana The Justice B.A. Adejumo of National Industrial Court of Nigeria sitting in Abuja on Wednesday fixed November 15, 2017 for ruling a case of preliminary objection raised by the defendants in a suit brought before the court by ex-Director of Military Intelligence (DMI) Brig-Gen.