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About 411 members of the Boko Haram sect were killed in an air strike carried out by the Nigerian military on Saturday, October 21 in northern Borno state.
The Army Council has approved the promotion of 123 senior officers, including 66 Lieutenant Colonels and 57 Majors to the next rank for being outstanding.
The Boko Haram terrorists attacked the Nigerian Army's commanding officer near Bulabilin, a village along the Maiduguri/Damboa highway in Borno state.
The army council has approved the accelerated promotion and commissioning of Master Warrant Officer Garba Abdullahi to the rank of captain for his gallantry.
The Nigerian Army, 32 Artillery Brigade in Akure, Ondo state has vowed to find and punish those who spread rumours of an alleged planned vaccination of kids.
An indigene of Irigwe chiefdom in Plateau has alleged that security men were culpable in an attack by suspected herdsmen on the community that caused 29 deaths.
This was made known by the General Officer Commanding (GOC), 82 Division Nigerian Army, Major General Adamu Baba Abubakar on Saturday, October 14, 2017.
The Nigerian defense headquarters has on Saturday, October 14, explained the reason behind the medical outreaches the military in different locations.
The federal government has been ordered by the ECOWAS Court of Justice to compensate Wing Commander Danladi Angulu Kwasu for the death of his son, Elshadai.
The reports had suggested that the soldiers were ambushed by ISIS fighters helping some Boko Haram members, loyal to them in a recent encounter in Borno.
The social media has overtime provided platforms for all manner of reportage, which went into the public space, unregulated, uncensored and unedited.
Nigerian army troops of the 6 Division in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, on Monday said they are expected to begin Operation Crocodile Smile 2 in the Niger Delta.
Delegates from the two countries' armed forces and commercial military stakeholders are said to be meeting this week to discuss military co-operation.
The Pan Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere has warned the federal government against deploying soldiers to the southwest region to defeat badoo cult.
The federal government has been reminded on the need to secure the release of the three UNIMAID staff in the custody of Boko Haram since Tuesday, July 25.
A suspected kidnappers den operated by alleged militants has been uncovered by men of the Nigerian army following a raid to rescue two soldiers in Rivers state.
The Nigerian Army says it will conduct more exercises to sharpen personnel skills and prepare them to tackle emerging security challenges in the country.
NAIJ.com came across a post shared by an Igbo soldier fighting Boko Haram, warning Biafra agitators not to cause trouble for Igbos living in the north.
Comrade Timi Frank called on President Muhammadu Buhari to consider the political implications of unleashing the Nigerian military on an entire region.
A former minister of education, Dr. Obiageli Ezekwesili, has faulted the deployment of military to the southeast by the federal government of Nigeria.
Chief Uwazurike joined the apex Igbo cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, in calling on the federal government to withdraw soldiers from the southeast.
It will start fully from September 15 to October 14 in Abia, Anambra, Cross River, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo states and it is also known as Exercise Egw Eke II.