How Nigerian Troops Foiled Attack On Niger Community By Suspected Boko Haram

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Nigerian troops foiled attack on Niger Village. Nigerian troops foiled attack by armed men suspected to be Boko Haram terrorists on Pandogari Community in the Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State. According to a report by Sahara Repoters, gallant Nigerian troops showed bravery and courage in securing the community which was reportedly attacked by armed men numbering about a hundred of them. The armed men who rode in on their motorcycles were said to be fully armed with military gadgets. The report has it that their intention was to attack…

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The Nigerian Army Logo, Components And Their Meaning

The Nigerian Army Logo

Before we delve into the meaning of the Nigerian Army Logo and its components, let’s take a look the how the force was created; A Brief History Of The Nigerian Army: The history of the Nigeria Army dates back to the year 1863 when the Imperial Governor of Lagos, Lt Glover of the Royal Navy put together a team of 18 men form the Northern part of the country to secure the British trade routes around Lagos. This small unit grew into what would later be the Hausa Constabulary and…

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How Boko Haram Attack Nigeria Army

“How Boko Haram Attack Nigeria Army” is an article that focuses on “how Boko Haram fights.” The article looks at the Defense strategy and positioning of Boko Haram terrorists, using the May 2015 Nigeria military offensive into Sambisa Forest as a case study. Since 2009, Boko Haram has been committing widespread human rights abuses in large parts of north-eastern Nigeria. In December 2013, the group extended its attacks to other countries surrounding Nigeria, namely, Cameroon, then the Niger, and Chad. As Boko Haram attacks worsens, multilateral counter-insurgency measures were instituted…

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Challenges Faced By Women Serving In The Military

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The challenges faced by women serving in the military can also be described as the stresses of military deployment faced by women. The stresses of deployment affect both sexes, but some are either mildly or markedly different for women. These include certain female health and gynecological issues, nursing, and pregnancy. Separation from small children, isolation, the possibility of sexual assault, and risks of combat or being taken hostage are concerns for both genders. All of these issues should be addressed before and during deployment to ensure optimal individual and unit…

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Cameroon Soldiers Invades Nigerian State, Harass Residents

Cameroon soldiers invades Nigerian State of Taraba. Nigeria’s territorial sovereignty has once again been violated as Cameroon soldiers were said to have invaded Taraba state, harassing and intimidating residents. According to the Chairman of Kurmi local government area, Amamzalla John Danladi Joseph, the foreign soldiers have been going about harassing and intimidating the villagers, pretending to be searching for their citizens who had fled into the Nigerian communities. It would be recalled that Cameroon are currently facing a civil war following the quest for self independence by Ambazonian agitators in…

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Nigerian Troops Fighting Boko Haram Celebrate Victory (Video)

Nigerian Troops Fighting Boko Haram In northeast Nigeria

Nigerian Troops fighting Boko Haram in the Northeast part of Nigeria were captured in a video dancing and jubilating to victory songs after defeating some members of the dreaded terrorist group. BAMA, NIGERIA — “See the motor wey we collect,” shouted a jubilant Nigerian soldier as his colleagues of the 28 Task Force Battalion Kumshe, danced and waved their rifles in the air to celebrate the victory over Boko Haram/ISWAP Terrorists in Kumshe and Bama axis, Northeast Nigeria. A video that captured the victorious moment can be seen below (Viewers discretion…

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Operation Hadin Kai: Big Blow For Boko Haram Terrorists As Nigerian Troops Kills Scores

The Nigerian Army troops of Operation Hadin Kai (OPHK) alongside their Cameroonian counterparts deployed at the Forward Operating Base (FOB) Wulgo, on 18 October 2021, dealt a deadly blow to Boko Haram/ISWAP Terrorists in the area. The encounter led to the extermination of several Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists, while 4 others reportedly got killed in IED Explosion. Below are photos of damages on the side of Boko Haram/ISWAP Terrorists; The fierce battle took place at Wulgo after terrorists attempted to infiltrate the camp of the gallant troops of operation Hadin Kai,…

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Meet Afghanistan’s Taliban Elite Special Forces Unit (Photos)

Taliban elite special forces unit

Taliban Elite Special Forces Unit, is an elite military unit of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, described in some accounts as special operations forces or shock troops. They have been more visible after the recent takeover by the Talibans Here’s how it all began; According to NCTC (National Counterterrorism Center) The Taliban is a Sunni Islamist nationalist and pro-Pashtun movement founded in the early 1990s that ruled most of Afghanistan from 1996 until October 2001. Prior to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on United States soil, the Taliban built a safe nest for al-Qa‘ida…

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The Nigerian Army Confirms Death Of Deadly ISWAP Leader Al-Barnawi

The Nigerian Army chief, General Lucky Irabor has authoritatively confirmed that top Islamic State And West African Province (ISWAP) leader, Abu-Musab Al-Barnawi’s is DEAD and remains dead. “I can authoritatively confirm to you that al-Barnawi is dead. As simple as that. He is dead and remains dead,” General Lucky Irabor told reporters, without providing any more details as to how or when the dreaded ISWAP leader had died. It would be recalled that Al-Barnawi’s death was first reported in September with ISWAP disputing the clams. This time ISWAP is yet…

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