1. Taiwan Republic of China Armed Forces The Taiwan Republic of China Armed Forces combines the mighty strength of the Army, Police, Navy, and Air Forces all rolled into one powerful elite special force. Their most notable achievement (and the main reason the group was combined) was to reclaim Taiwan’s land from the People’s Liberation Army of the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
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The number one citizen of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari was the main attraction earlier today, as he attended the passing out parade and commissioning of 68 Regular Course Armies, Navy, and Airforce in Kaduna state. Image credit: BBC Pidgin According to BBC News Pidgin, President Buhari while addressing the force men, promised that the federal government will do everything possible within the law to protect citizens from Boko Haram terrorists, Bandits, kidnappers, and other criminal elements.
The security of any country depends on the strength of its Army, Navy and the Air Force. That's why a considerable amount of money is budgeted to them. Countries around the world are spending billions to increase external forces, avoid external attacks and protect their respective nations.
Earlier yesterday, the President of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari, travelled down to Kaduna state to attend the Passing Out Parade and Commissioning Ceremony of 68 Regular Course Army, Navy and Air Force in Kaduna State that is scheduled for today, 9th October 2021. Although, the original intention of the President is to attend the event but his presence in Kaduna state is indeed a message to the wise one.
Wasiu Alabi Pasuma aka "Oganla 1" has taken to his official social media handle to celebrate his mother and daughter as they add another year today. It's a double celebration for the popular Fuji musician. And he has taken to his verified social media account to express excitement.
The Nigerian Navy is on its way to become the biggest Navy in the region following the recent upgrade, training, and procurements carried out by the Nigerian Navy in the past few months. Most of these procurements are Ships, boats, and facilities which will ensure safety across the Nigerian waterways.
Pictures of the new high-speed boats which was delivered to the Nigerian Navy emerged online after it touched down the Nigerian Navy’s water. This came after the Nigerian Navy vowed to maintain peace, security, and order in the Nigerian waterways following the prevailing activities of sea bandits and pirates along the Gulf of Guinea and other neighboring coastal areas.
In a time such as this in the history of Nigeria when our peaceful coexistence and unity as a country is under threat and look as though we have come to the end of living as one Nigeria, President Buhari in his statement on Saturday during the Passing Out Parade for Cadets of 68 Regular Course (Army, Navy and Airforce) in Kaduna State, send a message to all Nigerians that is needed for us to grow as a country.
As a reminder, a retired Commodore of the Navy, Kunle Olawunmi, was on Channels Television to grant an interview on the insecurity situation NigerIa about a week ago. And in his statements during the programme, while condemning the attack on NDA, he criticised the manner with which the institution's gates are usually flung opened on Fridays for free entry of people.
Piracy attacks have taken place in the Gulf of Guinea more than the Horn of Africa and as such, offshore oil platforms are reliant on the Nigerian Navy to respond to piracy attacks day and night 24/7. These offshore oil and gas platforms are clustered in Nigeria's Exclusive Economic Zones, which extend 200 nautical miles from our coastline.
In August 2020 the Nigerian Navy announced plans to fit NNS Unity F92 and Centenary F91, a Type 056 Corvette with offensive anti-ship capability. In April 2021, the Navy also announced plans to acquire a new frigate to replace NNS Aradu as the flagship of the Nigerian Navy.
Today's Headlines: Over 8,000 Boko Haram Have Surrendered; Sanwo-Olu Tasks Navy On Internal Security
(Photos Credit: Google) ‘Over 8,000 Boko Haram terrorists have surrendered’ The Acting General Officer Commanding (GOC), 7 Division, Brig.-Gen. Abdulwahab Eyitayo, says more than 8,000 Boko Haram terrorists have so far surrendered to troops (Photos Credit: Vanguard) He said the terrorists surrendered from their enclaves in Sambisa Forests, as well as other hideouts.
According to a report by Arise TV, the remaining six Super Tucanos aircraft are en-route from the United States to Nigeria. They are being flown by a group of American pilots and are expected to stop over in some cities to refuel on their way. Photo: Pilot Paul Atkinson prepares an A-29 Super Tucano for a flight to Nigeria on Thursday after refueling at Worcester Regional Airport.
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According to a report from Sahara Reporters, Kunle Olawunmi, a retired Nigerian Navy Commodore, has arrived at the Military Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) in Abuja, just days after the agency declared him wanted. The former Navy commander arrived at the agency's office on Tuesday with his lawyers Femi Falana (SAN) and Abubakar Marshall.
Following the declaration by the Nigerian Army that a retired Nigerian Navy Commodore, Kunle Olawunmi, was wanted, the retired Navy Commodore has arrived at the Military Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) in Abuja to honor the call. Commodore Kunle Olawunmi || Sahara Reporters. In a denied claim, the Nigerian Army has declared him wanted for his anti-Buhari comments during an exclusive interview on Channels TV.
Photos Credit: People Gazette Insecurity: Nigerian Army moves weapons into Abuja ahead of October 1 The Nigerian Army has urged residents of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) not to panic as it moves heavy military equipment across the capital ahead of Nigeria’s 61st Independence celebration.
After several comments that had been earlier deemed controversial by some Nigerian press, the issue of the Retired Nigerian Navy Commodore, Kunle Olawunmi, has since gotten even more controversial after his supposed visit to the Military Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) in Abuja on Tuesday had a 'friendly chat' with his colleagues.
Navy neutralises unspecified number of gunmen in Anambra It was a bloody Saturday for some Anambra State gunmen after men from the Nigerian Navy stationed at Navy Junction, Awaka, neutralised them in a gun duel. Photo Credit: Nigerian Tribune According to the video recording of the incident, the gunmen were all killed in the gun duel while traveling in a red Toyota Highlander SUV with registration number NSH 248 AE.
Abiodun seeks collaboration with Navy to curb crime in riverine areas Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun has called for collaboration with Nigeria Navy in combating the high rate of insecurity in riverine areas of the state. (Photos Credit: Vanguard) The governor, who made the call when he received the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC), Western Naval Command; Rear Admiral Jason Gbassa, in Abeokuta, disclosed plans by his administration to have Nigeria Air Force base and a training school in the state.