3 Soldiers Seriously Wounded In A Clash With ISWAP. The Nigerian Army has confirmed a fierce engagement between its troops and terrorists belonging to the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP). (Photo Credit: Google.) A statement on Wednesday by the Director of Army Public Relations, Brigadier-General Mohammed Yerima said the troops clashed with the terrorists on Tuesday when they attempted to infiltrate Dikwa town of Borno.
Nigerian Army Flush Out Bandits In Kano Forest Photo Credit: Naija News Troops of the Nigerian Army have embarked on a clearance operation in Kano State to flush out bandits, kidnappers and other criminal elements terrorizing the North-West region. The troops in a joint operation with other security forces including personnel of Nigeria Police, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps as well as local vigilantes and hunters, stormed the notorious Falgore Forest in Kano State.
A leading commander of the Eastern Security Network (ESN), the militant wing of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has been killed along with 4 other militants in a sweet victory for Nigeria’s armed forces, an army spokesperson said.Joseph Uka Nnachi alias King of Dragons
3 Soldiers Wounded As ISWAP Fighters Attack Borno. Recently, the Nigerian Army confirmed that they were attacked by members of ISWAP in Borno state. A statement released on Wednesday by Brigadier-General Mohammed Yerima (Director of Army Public Relations) said that Nigerian soldiers clashed with the terrorists on Tuesday when they attempted to infiltrate Dikwa town in Borno.
In another round of victory, the Nigerian Army has revealed how it gallant troops foiled another attack on Imo state Police command, killing five of the assailants including a IPOB/ESN commander, 'Dragon'. Recall that in April, the gunmen had attacked the Imo State Police Command, killing pics officers and set ablaze some parts of the station structure.
Photo Credit: Google. Army Appoints Igboman As Their Spokesman The newly appointed spokesperson of the army, Brigadier-General Onyema Nwachukwu, assumed office on Wednesday with a promise to ensure a better relationship with the media. Mr Nwachukwu took over from the erstwhile director, Brigadier-General Mohammed Yerima, who had been in the saddle in the last four months.
The Nigerian military has come out today to react to rumors that some military personnel were deployed to the Ohafia community of Abia state to avenge the alleged killing of 6 soldiers in the state. According to the report we obtained from verified sources, the Brigadier General who debunked the news about the killing of 6 soldiers in Abia state by ESN operatives, noted that the information which is going viral online should be ignored by Nigerians as no soldier was killed.
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The lopsided appointments in the APC led governement has been causing divisions and tensions in the country especially in the Eastern region of the country. No strategic military or political position has been given to an Igboman since the inception of the Buhari administration in 2015. From the military to the police and down to other vital security apparatus, no Easterner is heading any of them.
Reports from Peoples Gazette, confirmed that the unknown gunmen have killed not less than 38 soldiers and 78 policemen in Imo State as bandits continue to attack security operatives and facilities in the South-East. This was disclosed by Brig.-Gen. Reymond Osaghe, the Commander of 34 Artillery Brigade, at a recent press briefing.
The Nigerian Army has revealed that the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Eastern Security Network (ESN) did not kill any soldier during a clash in Ohafia, Abia State. It was reported that six soldiers were killed during the clash with the ESN. Also, the Nigerian Army denied that no soldier was involved in a clash with the Biafra agitators.
Reports from Peoples Gazette, confirmed that the Nigerian Army says ESN and IPOB did not kill six of its members and that its troops in Abia State are not on any revenge mission Brig.-Gen. Mohammed Yerima, the Director, Army Public Relations, while issuing a report on Monday, said no military officer was killed in the Ohafia local government area.
Troops Kill 6 ISWAP members after attempted attack on Borno town The Nigerian army says six members of the Islamic State in West Africa (ISWAP) have been killed in Dikwa, Borno state. Photo Credit: The Cable The insurgents were said to have attempted to infiltrate the area on Tuesday, when the soldiers engaged them in a gunfight.
The Nigerian Army has refuted the report that some of its officials were killed in Abia state. The Army has said on Monday that none of its personnel was killed in Abia state while dismissing the purported allegations that the military have been embarking on a revenge attack on innocent residents in Ohafia local government of the state.
50 Boko Haram Members Killed By Nigerian Army. The Nigerian Army has confirmed the killing of more than 50 Boko haram terrorists in Borno, following an attack on Damboa area of the state. In a statement released on Wednesday by its spokesman, Mohammed Yerima, the Army said the insurgents were neutralised following an attack on the town, while the surviving terrorists were forced to flee.Photo Credit: Google
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Nigerian Army Reportedly Appoints New Spokesperson Photo Credit: Naija News A new Director of Army Public Relations in the person of Onyema Nwachukwu has been appointed by the Chief of Army Staff, Farouk Yahaya. According to insider sources, Nwachukwu will take over from Mohammed Yerima, who was appointed into the position in February 2021
Troops Record Huge Victory Over 'ISWAP Terrorists', See Numbers Of Terrorists Killed As Others Fled.
Troops of the Nigerian army with support of Air components on Wednesday recorded a huge victory over the Islamic State West Africa Province terrorist group. According to a statement from the Director, Army Public Relations, Mohammed Yerima, the ISWAP terrorists had launched an attack which include suicide bombing on Damboa local government area of Borno State.
Image used to narrate the story According to the news making around the media, that scores of soldiers were killed during a confrontation with ESN/IPOB in Abia state. Nigerian Army has opposed the report that said members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) killed six Nigerian soldiers during a clash in Ohafia Local Government Area of Abia state.
How We Neutralised ISWAP Attack On Borno Community, Killed Six Terrorists—Nigerian Army No fewer than six terrorists of the Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) were killed by operatives of the Nigerian Army in Dikwa, Borno State, the Army has said. A statement issued on Wednesday by the force's spokesman, Mohammed Yerima, said the terrorists had tried to infiltrate Dikwa town but were counter-attacked by soldiers who killed six terrorists and injured many others.
The Nigerian Army, on Wednesday, 2 May, 2021 said its troops of Operation Hadin Kai caused catastrophe on Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorists. According to the army, the incidence which took place at Damboa, Borno, claimed the lives of more than 50 of this terrorists.
The Nigeria Army has assigned Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu as the current Director of Army Public Relations. Brigadier General Nwachukwu was the Acting Director of Defence Information at the Defence Headquarters, before his appointment. He takes over the position from General Mohammed Yerima, who adopt duty as a spokesperson in February, NAN information.