By Boureima Balima and Emma Farge NIAMEY/DAKAR (Reuters) – Chad has withdrawn hundreds of troops from neighboring Niger, where they were helping local forces fight Boko Haram Islamist militants, humanitarian … Continue reading Chad Withdraws Troops from Fight Against Boko Haram in Niger.
In 2015 Bolo Haram officially became the deadliest terror group known to man, knocking off ISIS from the number one spot. A spot ISIS has vowed to reclaim. We have … Continue reading Nigeria: Its Time to Look East or Perish.
He is the Commander-in-Chief of one of Africa’s most powerful military, head of APC political party and precides over Africa’s richest and most dynamic economy. He precides over arguably the … Continue reading The Fabulous Life of Nigeria’s President.
While long range missiles are all the rave now, good ole cannons which pose a deadly threat to low flying aircarfts and enemy morale are still a force to be … Continue reading All you need to know about Nigeria’s ZSU-23-4 Shilka System.
In August 2014 the Nigerian government lost N2.5 billion to Chad in a scam so elaborate it makes Bernie Maddox look like an apprentice comparatively. But how is this possible? … Continue reading How the Nigerian Government Was Scammed N2.5 Billion by Chad.
Nigerian Air Force has over the last two years purchased new training aircrafts for pilots. Just recently the NAF inducted 10 Pakistani made Super Mushak into its fleet of trainer … Continue reading The Nigerian Air Force Training Command. Where Combat Pilots Are Forged.
AZEBAIJAN The Azebaijan Air Force has concluding a deal with China for three Squadron (thirty six) of JF-17. SUDAN The Sudanese Air Force is reportedly negotiating to buy twelve JF-17’s … Continue reading Where is Nigeria’s JF-17 Multirole Fighter?
MOGADISHU, Somalia, Oct. 18— Stripped naked, chained to a table and bound hand to leg in pitch darkness, Pvt. Umar Shantali of Nigeria, who was captured by Somali militia forces in … Continue reading Forgotten Facts : Nigerian Soldier, Despite Ordeal, Show No Wrath Toward Somalis.
February 25,1993 a company of UN peacekeepers came under a burst of sniper fire opposite the Sahafi Hotel, where foreign journalists are staying. This prompted a sustained barrage of wavy … Continue reading Forgotten Facts – The Day U.S and Nigerian Soldiers Jointly Kicked ASS in Somalia. PART TWO.
OPERATION RESTORE HOPE. Somalia achieved its independence from the Italian administered territory of Somaliland in 1960, and like most African countries after Independence Somalia got embroiled in what could be … Continue reading Forgotten Facts – The Day U.S and Nigerian Soldiers Jointly Kicked ASS in Somalia.
2016 was a year full of stunning captivating photography of the Nigerian armed forces.From army battle tanks on land to warships at sea to warplanes and infantry . These are … Continue reading The Nigerian Military’s Most Riveting Pictures in 2016/2017.