For most Nigerians who don't know, the Nigerian Military also has a section of its special forces, who are well trained and heavily armed against enemies, such as the Boko Haram terrorists.In fact, this special forces are so good at warfare and are so well armed and equipped that the Boko Haram terrorists who have been captured have confessed that they are the most feared group of the Nigerian Army.
It is arguably no doubt that Nigeria Army has always placed great interest on thorough training because it realises that effectiveness of Military services to the community is a direct reflection of the performance of the individual member of the armed force.Unless the average army personnel has been well prepared for his duties by adequate training, he cannot be expected to perform well.
Lai Mohammed Blames Protesters, Journalists For Twitter's Choice Of Ghana Lai Mohammed, Nigeria's minister of media, has blamed journalists and last year's #EndSARS protestors for Twitter's decision to establish its African headquarters in Ghana.The microblogging site announced earlier this week that it will establish its Africa headquarters in Ghana.
On the 15th of April, 2021 President Mohammadu Buhari spoke to newsmen after after returning from UK. According to reports from Naija News, the President spoke about the new Inspector General of Police and the performance of the Chief of Army Staff. Speaking about the new IGP, Usman Baba President Mohammadu Buhari said: “They gave me some names and he happened to be the one chosen. He knows his job and he has been in it for a long time, he went through all the training, he has the necessary experience. So
Citizens of Nigeria have harshly criticized the Nigerian Police Force, alleging that the government fails to adequately equip and execute the force, prompting many Nigerians to place their entire security confidence in the Nigerian Army. The reason for this is that the Nigerian Army appears to be more organized than the Nigerian Police Force, that the Nigerian Army appears to be better equipped than the Nigerian Police Force, that the Nigerian Army commands more respect than the Nigerian Police Force, and that
Today's Headlines: Osinbajo Cautions Against Covid-19 Vaccine Nationalism, Another Attack In Nsukka as police confirm murder, injuries
1.Osibanjo cautions against Covid-19 Vaccine nationalism: Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says the principle of fairness must be applied by leaders in addressing challenges in health, the economy, and other issues.Osinbajo’s spokesman, Laolu Akande, in a statement on Wednesday in Abuja, said that the vice president spoke at a virtual forum organised by a leading American Christian University, Liberty University.
We have like 3 branch of armed forces in Nigeria and each have their roles to play in the defending the country.The Nigerian Army defends the country against attacks on land, the airforce defends the country against attacks on air while the Navy defends against attacks on sea.
JuicyNewss will be talking about the first female major-general in the Nigerian Army and her name is Aderonke Kale.Aderonke Kale is a Yoruba woman.She is a Nigerian army psychiatrist who became the first female major-general in the Nigerian Army.
A Brave Nigerian Navy Personnel who goes by the name AK Bala has been getting complimentary messages on social media after people realized the smart move that this soldier took in order to regain his freedom from his Kidnappers’ den.After many people read how Officer AK Bala escaped the Kidnappers den, a lot of people said that Officer AK Bala is indeed a Brave Soldier whose training counts.
The country is currently been bedeviled by terrorism, from Boko Haram terrorists, Banditry and the recent one, 'unknown gunmen'.About two weeks ago, gunmen stormed a Correctional Center in Imo State to free over 1,800 prisoners who were yet to complete their jail term.
Kaduna state is located in Northwestern Nigeria - this state is tagged the 'centre of learning', perhaps due to the educational institutions present in the state.In this article, we shall be featuring 4 Military Institutions of learning that are located only in Kaduna state.Check them out!
Stories of neglect and poor welfare for fighting troops of the Nigerian Army on the front lines in theaters of operation across northern Nigeria, have been with us almost from the inception of the counterterrorism war in the region.
The Nigerian Army has been reported to had vowed to take a drastic actions to avenge the death of their 11 personnel in Benue State, Nigeria.
The immediate past Minister of Interior (during Buhari led administration from 2015 to 2019) and the former chief of Army staff(during Umaru Yar'Adua tenure from 2008 to 2010), Lieutenant General Abudulrahamah Dambazu (rtd) has warmers against the activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IBOP) and the Odua People's Congress (OPC) pushing the country to a state of war.
A former Minister of Interior, Lt.-Gen. Abdul-Rahman Dambazau (rtd), has said the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the O’odua People’s Congress (OPC) are similar to the Terrorists group, Boko Haram.Dambazau said this while delivering a lecture to participants of course 5/2021 at the Army War College in Abuja on Friday.
Lieutenant General Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau is a retired Nigerian Army general and politician who served as Chief of Army Staff between 2008 and 2010 and also in President Muhammadu Buhari's Cabinet as Minister of the Interior from 2015 to 2019.In November 2015, he was appointed Minister of the Interior by President Muhammadu Buhari.
1.Egypt: The Egyptian army were much respected in Africa and they army has a higher ranking in Africa, they soldiers train to keep up their strength and endurance.2.Algeria: It is the second most powerful military in Africa, after Egypt.
235 people killed during Easter holiday in South Africa The Transport Minister of South Africa, Fikile Mbalula on Thursday said the country recorded 235 deaths on its roads during Easter celebration.
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.
When you think of the military, one of the first images that probably comes to mind is boot camp.Otherwise known as "basic training," it's the military's way of preparing you mentally and physically for life in the armed forces.