Nigerian army launches operation ‘Egwu Eke two’ in the South East
09 September 2017 | 5:40 pm
Nigerian army launches operation 'Egwu Eke two' in the South East.
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Nigeria's army releases nearly 1,000 inmates that it had detained for up to four years after clearing them of having links to the Boko Haram jihadist group. A total of 983 people incarcerated in a military facility in the northeast city of Maiduguri were handed over to civilian officials for "rehabilitation and integration".
15 Mar 2020
Nigerian army affirms support for social media bill.
16 Mar 2020
The South-East National Assembly Caucus, Thursday protested the exclusion of all the five states in the zone in the list of beneficiaries of the $22.79 billion foreign loan approved for the federal government by the Senate last week.
18 Mar 2020
Wadume: Court orders Nigerian Army to produce indicted officers for arraignment
29 Mar 2020
There is a special battalion in the Nigerian Army made up of soldiers who have proven they can hold their own in combat. They are part of an elite all-women corps known as the NAWC – the Nigerian Army Women Corps.
17 Jun 2020
Nigerian Senate moves bill to control erosion in South-East
18 Jul 2020
About 380 Nigerian soldiers fighting insurgency in the North-east and other theatres of operation have reportedly written to the Chief of Army Staff, Lt,-Gen Tukur Buratai, for voluntary retirement.
14 Dec 2020
18 Nigerian Army Generals test positive for Covid -19
10 Feb 2021
Nigerian Army tests capability of officers to occupy strategic positions
13 Apr 2021
The Nigerian Army on Monday laid to rest, the remains of Captain Adeolu Adedayo and eleven other soldiers killed by bandits in Konshisha Local Government Area of Benue State.
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