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The Nigerian military has embarked on Operation Crocodile Smile in the Niger Delta region but it is not limited to combat mission alone.
Rundunar soja ta ‘Operation Crocodile Smile’ ta samu cikas sakamakon hadarin kwalekwale daya rutsa dasu a tafkin Brass, karamar hukumar Bras.
The Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, paid a visit to Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state on Monday, September 5, at the government house.
Troops of Operation Crocodile Smile have suffered a major loss as four soldiers have reportedly drowned in Bayelsa state.
The Nigerian army has continued with its Operation Crocodile Smile by offering free medical service to the people in the Niger Delta..
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The Nigerian army has explained that its ongoing operation Crocodile Smile is not targeted at attacking militants.
Nigerian soldiers on operation Crocodile Smile have combined their training with humanitarian services by providing free health care.