1.General Yakubu Gowon (31 years Old) He was born on October 19th, 1934.Following the assassination of foremost fashionable Aguiyi-Ironsi, the second Nigerian president and the primary army head of the country on July 29, 1966, Gowon took over.He became the 3rd President of Nigeria and the youngest head of state ever on August 1, 1966, before his 32nd birthday on October 19th.
Every Country need Army because they are the people who are ready to give their lives for their citizens, that is why Army are highly respected in different Countries.The duty of the Army is to serve and protect their Country and the Nigerian Army are good at their job, in different Countries in the World, Army has logo and that logo stands for something very important to the Country.
Nigerian Army university Biu was established in early of October 2018, also Started admitting students on 12 November 2018.Nigerian Army university Biu now is the one of the competitive institutions in Nigeria, in just two to three years of establishment.The university to date have been matriculated 2776 students, one thousands and sixteen (1016) are now in level 3, one thousands seven hundred and sixty are in level 2, and the university is currently running fourty (40) academic programmes in five faculties.
Those were the words of one of the greatest warlock to have ever graced the Biafran Soil, Late Lt Colonel Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu (1933-2011) immediately after they couldn't resist the Nigerian Army from infiltrating the Igbo Soil.It is well known that, Ojokwu Was the most educated Nigerian Military personnel in those days, as he had travelled abroad for his Bachelor's and Masters degree programme which was never heard as at that time.
It is often said, that war doesn't determine who is right but who is left.The Biafran civil war has been regarded by human rights activists as a genocidal attempt, by the then-commanders of the nation.There would have been fewer casualties if only the major key players in the nation, had stayed put at the time.
The fight by Nigerian soldiers to end insurgency in the Northeast has gained new ground as the Nigerian military has made a new history today.These gallant soldiers were seen in a happy mood today after capturing another Boko Haram stronghold in Borno state today As can be seen from the video going viral on social media today, these soldiers were seen dancing, singing, and celebrating after defeating Boko Haram insurgents today.
The government of the United Kingdom has replied the federal government of Nigeria as it regards to the asylum offer the UK government granted to the IPOB and MASSOB members.According to the UK government, they made it known to the FG that the British government has a proud history of providing protection to those who need protection.
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Dear sir, I write this letter to express my thoughts to you on the recent statement you made concerning the Nigerian Army on TVC's Journalists' Hangout.First and foremost, you are a civilian journalist who surely does not have much knowledge of the workings of the Nigerian Army, hence, I find it disturbing that you make use if the slightest opportunity to urge the Nigerian Army to go and attack bandits and insurgents at their different camps.
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Politicians Propose Varsities To Impress Constituents-ASUU The Academic Staff Union of Universities has said Nigerian politicians are proposing the establishment of more tertiary institutions to impress their constituents.This remark was made by the president of ASUU, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, in reaction to the recently proposed 235 new tertiary institutions by the National Assembly.
Well, a lot of people don't really know how the famous Sokoto caliphate was created in 1804, to some people, it was just a great caliphate but they don't really know how it came about.Did you know that it was created right after the first Jihad war in 1808?
1.End SARS Protest in Nigeria: This was a social movement and series of mass protest in Nigeria, against police brutality in Nigeria.This result to Army opening fire on peaceful protesters.
There have been mixed reaction on Instagram after the Nigerian Army were seen in a viral video singing an anti Boko Haram song.According to research, the Nigeria's military is in anxiety, an organization that was once among Africa's largest and strongest regional peacekeepers, but has become a damaged Force.
The approval of the new regional vigilante group "EbubeAgu" by the southeast governors is a very welcomed idea only that it's a bit late.Much havoc had been wrecked in the region already.Many lives and properties worth a huge amount of money were destroyed by suspected Fulani herdsmen and bandits.
Marshal Idriss Déby Itno is dead.Before he died he was the president of Chad.He had been the president of Chad since 1990 making the longest ruling president in Chad, and the longest ruling president in Africa in modern times.He took power by leading a rebellion against President Hissène Habré in December 1990 and survived various rebellions and coup attempts against his own rule.
The Nigerian Army continue their good work in the fight against Insurgency in the country.At the early hours of Monday, the Nigerian Army took to it official Twitter account to announce that, they were able to conquer Boko Haram fighters in a shootout battle between the terrorists group and the military in Damasak.
Osinbajo revealed that no First Lady has captured Nigerians' imagination as Aisha Buhari Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said in the country’s history, no First Lady has captured Nigerians’ imagination as profoundly as Aisha Buhari The vice president stated that first ladies may quickly fade into obscurity, when the curtains of time
The Nigerian army is arguably one of the best land force in Africa according to some ratings.But the manner in which it responds to the capture or killing of it's personnel leaves much to be desired.
Recent happenings surrounding the worsening security situation in the country suggest that Nigeria has evolved a system that rewards criminality and either disdains or outrightly vilifies genuine labour.Little wonder then why the crime rate has risen to an all-time peak in the history of the country.
His excellency Prof Babagana Umara Zulum, the executive governor of Borno state has visited the headquarters of the Nigerian Army in Abuja yesterday to request more cooperation from them to eradicate Boko Haram and other forms of insecurity in his state and Nigeria at large.This was revealed by Mohammed Yerima Brigadier General Director Army Public Relations.