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Military Will Soon Crush Bandits, Kidnappers In North West – Air Force Chief

  The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Isiaka Amao, on Wednesday vowed that kidnapping and banditry in the North West will soon be over. Speaking during an operational visit to the Nigerian Airforce Base in Kaduna State, he warned the criminals to prepare for the worst. He stated that the military would go after … Continue reading Military Will Soon Crush Bandits, Kidnappers In North West – Air Force Chief Read Full Story

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Military base, school, healthcare centre burnt in fresh B-Haram attack

…Troops kill 2 bandits in Kaduna, rescue 4 kidnap victims …Nigerian leaders not telling truth about banditry …Methodist Church …Urges eminent people to rise, defend Nigerian child By Ugochukwu Alaribe & Ibrahim Hassan Gunmen suspected to be Boko Haram insurgents, yesterday, attacked Katarko community in Gujba Local Government Area of Yobe State. This came as
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Insurgency: CDS, Service Chiefs storm Maiduguri again

As the military intensified the fight against insurgency in Borno, the Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Lucky Irabor, and Service Chiefs have arrived in Maiduguri, for the second time in one month to assess the situation on ground. Addressing troops, on Saturday, at the headquarters of “Operation Lafiya Dole” in Maiduguri, Irabor lauded them for
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EU trains military, police, others on border security

Patrick Odey, Uyo The European Union through its ECOWAS commission partners and the leadership Initiative for Trañsformation and Empowerment has organised capacity training for Nigeria military, police and paramilitary agencies. The training programme is aimed at equipping the operatives with modern methods and strategies of border management (air, land and sea) as well as strategies […] Read Full Story

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Military, ABU to collaborate  on made in Nigeria warfare equipment

By Ibrahim HassanWuyo A military team from Defence Headquarters led by Major-General Victor Offiong was at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria on an evaluation visit, for possible collaboration on made in Nigeria warfare equipment, international security, defence technology transfer and other defence related research efforts. The leader of the delegation, Major-General Victor Offiong,who led the
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