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10 Feb
Nigerian Army tests capability of officers to occupy strategic positions
14 Nov 2020
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6 Oct 2020
The Nigerian Army has sent a strong warnings to hoodlums on the waterways in Ondo State, ahead of the October 10 Governorship election in the state.
28 Aug 2020
The Nigerian army says it has "full control" of a northeastern town where sources say hundreds of people have been taken hostage by jihadists. Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) fighters stormed the town Kukawa on Tuesday and seized hundreds of residents who had only just returned after fleeing their homes for nearly two years, according to locals and militia sources.
18 Mar 2020
Wadume: Court orders Nigerian Army to produce indicted officers for arraignment
4 Dec 2019
Legislator accuses Nigerian Army of illegal sale, disposal of seized oil products
18 Nov 2019
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.
16 Nov 2019
How Nigerian Army defended 2020 budget
4 Nov 2019
Nigerian Army partners Nollywood to tell military operation stories.
31 Oct 2019
The Nigerian Army has flagged off Operation Crocodile Smile IV in Delta state.
19 Aug 2019
Five soldiers of the Nigerian army are buried after they were killed in clashes with jihadist group Boko Haram. This is the first time the army has organized a public funeral for soldiers who fell fighting against Boko Haram.
3 Aug 2019
As a way of building Military- Civil Relations, the Leadership of the Nigerian Army has inaugurated projects in host communities.

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