As a way of reinforcing a culture of self-reliance, the Nigerian army have in recent years intensified efforts in the area of Research and Development via strategic partnering with local companies in the process. One of the fruits of this endeavour is the recent induction into service of the first indigenous MRAP into service, ARA […]Read More Made in Nigeria: Say Hello to Proforce’s ARA MRAP
Two hundred thousand men under arms. Two hundred and fifty tanks, lots of artillery, attack drones, ISR aircrafts. One of the distinguishing characteristics of the Buhari presidency has been his commitment to revitalizing Nigerian army. President Mohammadu Buhari : “We must evolve viable mechanisms for near-self-sufficiency in military equipment and logistics production complemented only […]Read More Infantry. Inside the Transformation of an Army
A man has shot dead two female police officers and a civilian in the eastern Belgian city of Liège. The gunman also took a female cleaner hostage at a school before being killed by police. Four other police officers were also injured. The man’s motive is not yet clear but the incident is being treated […]Read More Liege shooting: Two police officers and civilian dead in Belgium
Nigeria must leave the International Court of Justice (ICJ) if it is to have any hope of landing a decisive victory over Boko Haram. The ICJ is nothing more than a quasi leftist political correct, confused and deluded organization being used by the West to put a check on Nigeria’s war effort. For years Nigeria […]Read More It’s Time for Nigeria to Leave the ICJ.
In July 2011, the Nigerian government unveiled plans to make telecommunications companies dedicate toll-free phone lines so civilians could report Boko Haram activity. Months later, insurgent spokesman Abu Qaqa threatened to attack service providers and Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC) offices. “We have realized that the mobile phone operators and the NCC have been assisting security […]Read More A study of Boko Haram’s public communications offers hint on its strategy.
Nigeria is at a moment if transition. Thanks to the extraordinary sacrifices of our men and women in uniform Nigeria has responsibly ended the political impasse and restored democracy in the Gambia. Boko Haram has been put on a path to defeat and progress is being made in modernizing the Nigerian military. At the same […]Read More Sustaining Nigeria’s Leadership.
The Nigerian Air Force headquarters is one of Nigeria’s most fascinating military facilities. This new NAF complex was opened in 2016. The wing provided for new operations room, expanded conference room, additional offices and new floor accommodating the office of the Chief of the Air Staff. Exquisite office design. United States Ambassador presents letter of […]Read More Take an amazing look inside the Nigerian Air Force headquarters.
The Nigerian Air Force and Nigerian Army have had a unique and turbulent relationship since 2013, when the campaign against the Boko Haram insurgency took a turn for the worse. Nigeria’s military leadership found it challenging to embrace the evolution of combined arms warfare while an over zealous drive by aviation proponents within the Nigerian […]Read More Armed Helicopters: How the Nigerian Army Fought its way into Attack Aviation.
Inside this building lies the heart of one of Africa’s largest and most powerful armed forces. In the main room the all in one Lectern from connected to four 80 inch LED displays. Palm zoom and tilt cameras are remotely controlled to view and record different sections of the room. Multi touch screen is […]Read More Inside Nigeria’s Ultra-modern Defence HQ