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Nigerian Army

6 May 2019
Japan donates $329 to the Nigerian Army.
12 Apr 2019
Order Nigerian Army to vacate our lands, FCT community leader begs Burutai.
31 Mar 2019
What Wike told Nigerian Army's fact-finding panel on alleged political interference.
26 Mar 2019
Nigerian Army meets Wike over interference in Rivers elections.
15 Mar 2019
Kaduna PDP accuses Nigerian Army of supporting APC to win assembly elections.
13 Mar 2019
The European Union observer mission says Nigeria's elections needs serious reforms as the elections were marred by the involvement of military personnel. The Nigerian Army has denied the alleged involvement of its men in the violence that erupted in some states during the country’s governorship election.
13 Jan 2019
The Nigerian Army on Friday in Kaduna buried 13 slain soldiers and one officer who died on December 24, 2018.
20 Dec 2018
The Nigerian Army has come down hard on humanitarian agencies Amnesty International and UNICEF, accusing both of working to destabilise the country.
16 Nov 2018
Submit list, locations of the appropriated project for oversight, National Assembly tells Nigerian Army.
31 Oct 2018
Nigerian Army, Shiites clash in Abuja.
28 Apr 2018
How Nigerian army, police watch as killings worsen in Benue, others.
13 Feb 2018
Al-Makura believes Nigerian Army's exercise 'cat race' will end herdsmen attacks.

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