Engineer Joe Igbokwe, an assistant to Lagos State governor on Drainage and Water Resources, has taken to his Facebook page where he posted some pictures of Super Tucano aircraft bought by the Nigerian government. Recall that last month, the first batch of A-29 Tucano aircraft was received by Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya (Chief of Army Staff), Major General Bashir Magashi (Honourable Minister of Defence), and Marshal Oladayo Amao (Chief of Air Staff).
Insecurity has recently become one of Nigeria's most serious problems. Even though President Muhammadu Buhari has been doing whatever he can to ensure that every Nigerian is satisfied and that their assets are secure, some people have tried to sabotage the President's good intentions. Boko Haram and bandits have been terrorizing civilians in the north, while suspected ESN/IPOB agents and kidnappers have been disrupting the peace in the south. Air Marshal Oladayo Amao, Nigeria's Chief of Air Staff, has issued
Mixed reactions have trail the remark made by the Chief of Air Staff, Oladayo Amao during a church service in Abuja, indicating that God has been helping them in the fight against terrorist and Boko Haram in the country.This statement was made by the Service Chief during at NAF Base on Sunday in Abuja in an inter-denominational church service to mark NAF’s 57th-anniversary celebration.
Insecurity has been one of the major problem that Nigeria is facing recently. Even though the President, Muhammadu Buhari has been trying his best to make sure that every Nigerian stays happy and properties are safe, some people has decided to make sure that the good plans of the President doesn't work out well. In the North, majorly, Boko Haram and bandits has been terrorising the peace of the citizens while in the South, alleged ESN/IPOB operatives and kidnappers has been the ones disturbing the peace of the
Uzodinma To Reactivate Poverty Alleviation Bureau Imo State Government has stated its commitment to stimulate moribund Skills Acquisition Centres in the State and position them for effective service delivery. The Commissioner for Entrepreneurship and Skills Acquisition, Hon. Ikechukwu Umeh, who disclosed this during a facility tour of Skills Acquisition Centre within the premises of the State Bureau for Poverty Alleviation, said that arrangements were being made to secure other Skills Acquisition Centres in
Nigeria Air Force (NAF) inducted three newly acquired JF-17 Multi-Role Thunder Aircrafts in Makurdi Airfield, Benue state in a NAF Day Induction 2021 ceremony to mark the 57th anniversary of the Air Force on 20, May 2021. The Honourable Minister of Defence Major General Bashir Magashi (Rtd) who represented President Mohammadu Buhari was among the top dignitaries that graced the ceremony.
Flight Lieutenant Abayomi Dairo is still the man of the moment after he successfully ejected from a Nigerian Air Force Alpha Jet that was brought down by armed bandits and also managed to evade them before he was rescued. Nigerians have been commending the Lieutenant for his courage and his colleagues at NAF base were proud of him.
The Chief of Army Staff, Major. General, Farouk Yahaya, has revealed that the only way the military can win the war against terrorism and banditry is through a tactical approach, where all services personnel work in unison. He explained that the war against terrorism will not be won alone except with the cooperation of other security agencies of the armed forces.
Babajide Otitoju, a veteran journalist has thank God for his mercy after NAF (Nigerian Air Force), Alpha jet aircraft crashed when returning from a mission via Kaduna and Zamfara state. Kudos to Abayomi Dairo who is the pilot of the air craft, he ejected from the aircraft.
The first batch of A-29 Super Tucano aircraft have arrived Kano, today 22 July 2021 at about 12.34pm. On hand to receive the aircraft were the Honourable Minister of Defence, Major General Bashir Magashi (Rtd), Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya and Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Oladayo Amao.
The Nigerian Air Force has revealed that they are expecting twenty (20) fighter jets from the United States and China before the ending of the year 2021. This information was disclosed by the chief of air staff, Oladayo Amao in Kaduna State at the Nigerian Air Force military training during the passing out parade of 1,031 recruits on Friday.
We Will Get Rid Of Terrorist Soon – Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Oladayo Amao the Chief of Air Staff of Nigeria has assured Nigerians that terrorist, bandits and other insurgencies will be eliminated in no distant time by the Nigerian Air Force.
As we all know, the Nigerian Air Force (NAF), received the first batch of 6 A-29 Super Tucano Aircraft in Kano State Today.Bashir Magashi, minister of defense; Faruk Yahaya, Chief of Army Staff; and Oladayo Amao, Chief of Air Staff, inspecting the new aircraft in Kano State after its arrival.
God Helping Us Against Boko Haram - NAF The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) says God has been helping it fight against Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorists as it reaffirms its commitment to continue to protect the nation’s territorial integrity against any form of threat.The Chief of Air Staff, Oladayo Amao, said this in his remarks at an inter-denominational church service to mark NAF’s 57th anniversary celebration at the Protestant Church, NAF Base on Sunday in Abuja.
Today's Headlines: S'East Govs Condemn IPOB, No Hiding Place For Bandits In Next One Month–NAF Chief
S'East Govs Condemn IPOB Photo Credit: Daily Trust Members of the South East Governors' Forum have distanced themselves from secessionist movements in the region and elsewhere in the country. They also condemned the violence that erupted as a result of the agitations, which resulted in the deaths of people and the destruction of property.
Insecurity is one of the major problems facing Nigeria in recent days. Although President Muhammadu Buhari has tried his best to ensure that all Nigerians are happy and secure, but instead, some evildoers have tried to oppose his administration and set the atmosphere into a panic one. In the north, Boko Haram and bandits in particular have threatened security, while in the south IPOB security operatives known as ESN has been accused of disturbing the peace of the society. Air Chief of Staff Oladayo Amao has
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Chief of Air Staff, Oladayo Amao said in his remarks at an inter-denominational church service that God has been helping them to fight against Boko Haram and Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorists.Amao made this known on Sunday at the NAF’s 57th-anniversary celebration at the Protestant Church, NAF Base in Abuja.
Today's Headlines: Army Alone Can’t Solve Security Threats: COAS, UN Reacts To Abduction Of Students
Army Alone Can’t Solve Security Threats – COAS Chief of Army Staff, Maj Gen Farouk Yahaya, on Wednesday said the security challenges affecting Nigeria can not be tackled by the land forces in the military only. Yahaya made this claim when he visited the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Oladayo Amao, at the Nigerian Air Force Headquarters, Abuja.
Insecurity has been one of the main problems facing Nigeria recently. Even though the president, Muhammadu Buhari has done his best to make sure that every Nigerian stays happy and that the properties are safe, some people have decided to make sure that the president's good plans don't work out well. In the north, mainly, Boko Haram and the bandits terrorize the peace of the citizens while in the south, the agents and suspected kidnappers of ESN / IPOB are those who disturb the peace of the population. The Chief
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has set up a committee to investigate multiple crashes involving its aircraft in the country according to the report. The latest development was made known by the NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore, Edward Gabkwet, via a statement on Tuesday.