Right from when nuclear research began, developed and deployed, it brought to the fore the destructive capability of nuclear weapons, while its peaceful application was also sought years later. Many countries of the world, including the then apartheid South Africa, either began to develop their own nuclear weapon program or invested heavily into research for […]Read More African Nuclear Weapon Technology.
Little is known about the Ghanaian military. Ghana is easily amongst one of Africa’s most peaceful and politically stable countries, and has never really had to employ the use of her military, making the Ghanaian army one of the least combat experienced in Africa. One look at the Ghanaian Army you see a country that, […]Read More What Ghana’s Army Look Like Compared to Nigeria.
When Nigeria and 14 other West African countries signed the Treaty of Lagos in 28 May 1975, creating the Economic Community of West African States – ECOWAS, it was greeted as the most ambitious and comprehensive economic and political union ever signed in Africa, an innovative feat in economic trade governance. Since then the policies […]Read More Why Nigeria Should End its Special Relationship With Ghana
AIR BADE 201, Agadez Niger. Riding from a barren stretch of African scrubland, a half-finished drone base represents the newest front line in America’s global shadow war. At its centre, hundreds of Air Force personnel are feverishly working to complete a $110 million air field that will be used to stalk or strike extremists deep […]Read More Shadow Wars: It’s Time to Start Worrying.
The U.S. military is encircling Nigeria with a chain of air bases, drone bases and surveillance facilities. The latest link: a $150 million drone base airstrip Niamey, Niger Republic and Garoua, Cameroon. The U.S. Air Force is planning to lease 33 acres of land on the island for the next 50 years to build a […]Read More Why Nigeria is being encircled by military bases.
The reason for the rise of a resurgent and powerful Boko Haram in Nigeria , tuareg rebels in Mali, AQUIM and al-Qaeda in the Sahel, ISIS in Libya, general break down of law and order in North Africa etc can all be traced to one singular dynamic, the French inspired NATO bombardment of Libya to […]Read More A Unified African Military Command.
Nigerian Military Contingent & Officers of NIBATT 36 & 37 receive UN Medals.Read More Service and Sacrifice: Thank You Nigerian Peacekeepers
In 2015 Boko Haram overtook ISIS to become the worlds deadliest terrorist group. Boko Haram, which was founded in 2002 as an Islamist movement against Western education and morphed into an armed insurgency in 2009, has rapidly expanded its scope and ambitions over the past couple of years, achieving international notoriety in 2014 by kidnapping more than 200 schoolgirls. Much […]Read More Boko Haram’s Accomplices.