Category Archives: Millitary

Nigerian army sets up board, detains 6 soldiers over alleged brutality of woman

The incident on 12 March, according to the Division’s spokesperson, , Lt.-Col. Olaolu Daudu, happened in Odoguyan, Ikorodu area of Lagos. It involved soldiers of 174 Battalion and the woman attacked has been identified in various reports as Ruth Orji. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 16 March 2017


Ministry rejects Amnesty report on Nigerian military

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has rejected the Amnesty International report on the Nigerian military. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 6 March 2017

Army releases 1,250 cleared Boko Haram suspects

The Nigeria Army on Monday said it has released 1,250 Boko Haram suspects who have been cleared of no links with insurgency Full story


Posted by Amaka, 9 January 2017

Army takes Boko Haram war to another level, 1400 suspects arrested

Major-General Leo Irabor has revealed that Nigerian troops have in the last eight days arrested 1400 civilians as they move to end the Boko Haram insurgence in the northeast. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 5 January 2017

No more secrets in Nigeria Military – Spokesman

The Acting Director of Defence Information, Defence Headquarters, Abuja, Brigadier-General Rabe Abubakar, has assured that the Nigerian military will no longer keep necessary information away from the public. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 5 January 2017

Nigeria: How Crisis in Unilag Accelerated 1966 Coup – Ben Nwabueze

Arguably, Legal luminary, elder statesman, and chairman of The Patriots, Professor Ben Nwabueze, SAN, 85, is the oldest senior advocate in the country. Of the 13 SANs crowned in 1978, he is one of the two still alive. The other is Chief Richard Akinjide, SAN, who Nwabueze claims is younger than him. Both are 85, but while Nwabueze was born in March, Akinjide was born in November. Full story


Posted by Hussaini Ali October 25, 2016

Court Martial demotes Major-General Falola to Brigadier-General

A Special Court Martial has demoted Maj.-Gen. Patrick Falola, to Brigadier-General for admitting students for clinical training without permission from higher authorities. Full story


Posted by Hussaini Ali 11th September, 2016