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Nigerian military reshuffle amid serious security concerns

By Guardian Exclusive
28 January 2021   |   11:05 am
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has, finally, replaced the long-serving military chiefs long after critics and groups called for their sack owing to their inability to curb the growing insecurity in the country.⁣ ⁣ The Guardian’s Senior Security Correspondent, Sunday Odita gives his take on the “highly long overdue” changes in this chat with Adetoke ‘Laolu-Ogunranti.⁣

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