In 2010 Equatorial Guinea announced a five-year, $250-million maritime security program essentially the creation of an integrated naval and air capability that will surpass that of the Nigerian Navy. Given … Continue reading Part II. Forgotten Fact: When Tensions Between Nigeria and Equitorial Guinea Almost Led to War
Nigeria’s military might was at its peak in the 80s and 90s. In 1991 the Nigerian armed forces had an active duty personnel of some 130,000 men, including 80,000 MEN … Continue reading Forgotten Fact: When Tensions Between Nigeria and Equitorial Guinea Almost Led to War (Two part series)
FRANCAFRIQUE. Has a nice ring to it. Francafrique literary meaning France in Africa molded one term refers to France is powerful and inseparable with it’s former Empire in the African … Continue reading Is Neo Colonialism Here to Stay?
The military occupation of West Africa was not a premeditated or planned event but a target of opportunity. When Tuareg Rebels took control of half of Mali in 2012 all … Continue reading Nigeria’s Role as a Tier One Military Power is in Serious Jeopardy