Nigerian Army authorities celebrate latest successes against ISWAP/Boko Haram terrorists. However, it is important to note that the conflict in the North East of Nigeria has been ongoing for over a decade, and despite various military offensives, the terrorist groups have been able to maintain a significant presence in the region.
As pressure continues to mount on the Buhari administration following the security advisory issued by the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and other foreign missions to their citizens about Nigeria and the subsequent evacuation of nonessential staffers, the Nigerian Army says its troops continue to intensify the onslaught against terrorist groups in the Northwestern part of the country.
The Nigerian Army Cyber Warfare Command Thursday, 6 October 2022 conducted a social media sensitization lecture for troops of 81 Division Nigerian Army in Lagos.
The General Officer Commanding (GOC) 3 Division Nigerian Army and Commander Operation SAFE HAVEN (OPSH), Maj. Gen. Ibrahim Ali, has warned troops that any personnel caught involved in illegal arms and ammunition deal will be decidedly dealt with.
The President, Nigerian Army Officers’ Wives Association, Mrs Salamatu F. Yahaya today Saturday 13 August 2022 donated relief materials and financial support to a newly rescued abducted Chibok school girl, Aisha Grema and three others at Maimalari Military Cantonment, Maiduguri.
Troops of the Nigerian Army’s Joint Task Force (JTF) North East (NE) Operation HADIN KAI (OPHK) have been charged by their obviously furious Theatre Commander, Maj. Gen. Christopher Musa, to neutralize all terrorists elements marauding and hibernating in any part of the North East region of the country.
Why Nigerian troops must remain apolitical, loyal, disciplined — GOC 81 Division
Nigerian Army says its troops were ambushed on the way by bandits while responding to a distress call in Shiroro.
The Nigerian Army has dismissed as mischievous institutional blackmail, reports by some online media, alleging that serving officers and soldiers of the Nigerian Army are planning to storm Abuja, to protest over unpaid emoluments, poor working conditions, and other allegations it considers unsubstantiated.
“Given, the spate of insecurity in the region, the question would be, was the issue reported to the unit covering the area? Did the Methodist Church take the NA into confidence while negotiating the ransom with the kidnappers?”