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Nigerian military

15 Apr 2020
The leadership of the Nigerian military debunked reports claiming some Chadian troops are on Nigerian territory.
12 Aug 2019
Nigerian military probes killing of 3 police officers by soldiers
21 Oct 2018
The House of Representatives on has ordered the Nigerian military to halt the continuous illegal arrest of Plateau citizens.
17 Oct 2017
Nigerian Military to hold a 4-day seminar to tackle security challenges.
10 Jul 2017
How Nigerian military intercepted supplies to Boko Haram.
19 May 2017
Alleged military graft - Nigerian military refutes transparency international's claim.
18 Jan 2017

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