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Army launches Operation Crocodile Smile IV in Ondo

By TVC News Nigeria
18 November 2019   |   4:06 pm
The Nigerian Army has launched Operation Crocodile Smile lV in Ondo State, towards tackling various crimes in the state. At the launch of the exercise in Okitipupa, the General Officer Commanding, GOC of 2nd Division, Nigerian Army, Ibadan, Major-General Anthony Omozoje warned criminals to steer clear of the state.

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