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MILITARY

War on Terror: Why Is the Nigerian Army Losing Its Troops to Frequent Ambushes?

The Nigerian Army (NA) is losing many of its officers and men to ambushes by terrorists across theatres of operations in Northern Nigeria at an alarming rate. Just this morning, media reports again indicate that heavily armed bandits ambushed troops of the Special Army Super Camp (SASC) 4 of the Nigeria Army in Jabia Local Government Area of Katsina State while advancing to a notorious bandit leader’s camp, ‘Dangote’ at Shimfida. This year alone, from March to date, the media has reported

  2 years ago ago
War on Terror: Why Is the Nigerian Army Losing Its Troops to Frequent Ambushes?

MILITARY

Bandits Kill Nigerian Troops on Mission to Neutralize Notorious Militia Leader ‘Dangote’.

Heavily armed militias have shot to death, personnel of the Nigerian military Special Forces stationed in Katsina State. Report had it that the military men were ambushed at Jibia Local Government Area on Saturday. This was contained in a report released by PRNigeria on Sunday July 19th 2020. It stated that troops involved in the fatal operation were of the Special Army Super Camp (SASC) 4. The report noted they were “ambushed by heavily armed bandits while on their way to notorious militias leader’s camp,

  2 years ago ago
Bandits Kill Nigerian Troops on Mission to Neutralize Notorious Militia Leader ‘Dangote’.

POLITICS

JUST IN: Major News In Nigeria. Monday 20th July 2020

Kwara State has received at least 2.3 million insecticide nets to be distributed across 772,648 households in the state - one of the fruits of the N82 million counterpart funds Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq paid in the early days of his administration last year. At $4 (N1,400) unit price, the treated nets are worth at least N3.3 billion, aside the 5,000 ad-hoc staff to be engaged and paid to distribute the nets across the state, according to a statement on Sunday from the Kwara State Ministry of Health. 

  2 years ago ago
JUST IN: Major News In Nigeria. Monday 20th July 2020