BOKO HARAM: The Horrifying Field Ordeal Of A Nigerian Military Combatant [Must Read]

As the country faces an almost implausible mission to defeat the dreaded and deadliest insurgent group it has ever perceived in recent decades, a military combatant who is still nursing his excruciating wound from the presumably despicable voluntary servitude to his fatherland spoke to Vanguard exhaustively on Saturday about his

France Reacts Furiously To The Capture Of 8 Nationals Involved In Terrorism In Nigeria

The Nigeria Military informant have confirmed the apprehension of about eight French nationals, caught fighting under the terror group Boko Haram. ThisDay publication has it that the Cameroonian army had apprehended these fighters and are insisting on trying them, but France is against this idea.

GoodNews: Nigeria Army Surrounds Over 6,000 Boko Haram Members In Borno State?

According to report reaching us from a reliable source, an estimated 6,000 members of the dreaded insurgent group have been encircled by the Nigerian Forces in Madagali and Gulak area of Bornu state. A correspondent twitter user with the account name @DonKlericuzio made this disclosure.

PDP Alleges Edo Govt Plan to Sell Army Barracks

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Edo State has raised alarm over what it described as the alleged plot by the state government to sell the Nigerian Army Barracks in Ikpoba Hill, Benin City, due to alleged lack of funds for capital development. State Chairman of the party, Chief Dan

Group Questions Buhari’s Qualification, Gives INEC, Army 7 Days Ultimatum To Respond

The Advocacy for Societal Rights Advancement and Development Initiative (ASRADI) has summoned the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act to demand from the Nigerian Army (NA) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) details of the All Progressives Congress’ presidential candidate, General Muhammadu. Buhari (rtd.)

News: United State Discontinues Training of Nigerian Military

    According to a statement released yesterday, the United State government has discontinued its training of the Nigerian military, They said it was terminating the third phase of the training which was designed to help build capacity for Nigerian military to counter Boko Haram activities, following a request by