In November 2014 the Personal aid to Chadian Strongman Idris Derby, Mr Barracat Gnoti was caught by border guards with 19 anti-aircraft missiles meant for Boko Haram. Mr. Gnoti who … Continue reading The Price of Complacency. MI-35 Helicopter Gunship Downed.
It would seem the clandestine operation to keep Nigeria mirred in domestic strife is being fastracked just when Amnesty Internationals week-long effort in working to destabilize Nigeria’s anti-terror efforts appears to be … Continue reading Malian Militia’s Invade Nigeria.
Could the season of appeasement by the Nigerian military be over ? SINCE the attack on a Nigerian army base that saw over 150 Nigerian soldiers killed and stacks of … Continue reading Breaking: Get out of Nigeria, Army warns Amnesty International
Amnesty International recently made another shocking claim about the Nigerian army committing war crimes. Between 2015 and now the has been 17 separate claims by Amnesty International accusing the Nigerian … Continue reading How Amnesty International Supports Terrorist Groups.
When it comes to advanced missile technology and rocketry no country in Africa comes close. South Africa has decades of experience developing missile and rocket technology. Besides the obvious big players … Continue reading Missile Technology : South Africa is Decades Ahead of the Rest of Africa.
In 2016 Nigeria’s quest to counter Boko Haram’s asymmetric warfare tactics with technology was taking off on steam. Nigeria was taking the world by surprise. It just sent into orbit … Continue reading Egypt Leads the Pack : Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles.
Months ago Nigerians were being rounded up and deported with gusto. In a summit in Oxford England Ghana’s President famously begins a speech with a 20 minute monologue on corruption … Continue reading Ghana’s President “Superpower Wannabe” Strikes Again !!
In today’s modern battlefield, airpower is functionally inseparable from land and battle space information. The Nigerian Air Force being a defence-oriented force is essentially a Tactical Air Force, and not … Continue reading PART II: Rebuilding Readiness.
The Nigerian military has a history of neglecting its internal domestic warfare capability and doctrine in favor of focusing on conventional warfare and projecting power. Emphasis was placed on logistic … Continue reading PART 1: The Nigerian Military’s Urgent Need for Rebalancing.
In 2014 Boko Haram terrorists carried out numerous attacks on Nigerian army positions only to flee back the border into northern Cameroon. The Nigerian Air Force introduced for the first … Continue reading Nigerian Attack Jets Strike Boko Haram Fighters inside Chadian Territory.
“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results” – Albert Einstein. President Buhari’s trip to Chad for consultations with Idris Derby … Continue reading Mr President: It’s Foolish to Repeat Ineffective Actions.