Army Extends Operation Sahel to December
By TVC News Nigeria
14 September 2020 | 4:27 pm
Nigerian Army has extended its military operation Sahel Sanity to December this year. The Operation was established in June this year to tackle activities of kidnapping, cattle rustling, armed banditry and other crimes in the northwest zone of the country.
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