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Innoson Motors Present Made in Nigeria Military Vehicles to the Army

The Nigerian Army has received specially designed super military vehicles made in Nigeria by Innoson Group. The Chairman of Innoson Group Chief Dr Innocent Ifediaso Chukwuma OFR today at the Tactical Headquarter of Operation Lafiya Dole, Maimalari Barracks Maiduguri, Borno State presented the vehicles to the the Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen T Y Buratai. Dr Chukwuma said the latest Innoson IVM G12 was designed solely for military operations and will

Scores feared dead in Kano

Scores have been reportedly killed following a violent clash between security agents and members of Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) popularly known as Shi’te in Kano. The incident which occurred at Tamburawa General area along Zaria Road occurred around 8.00am when hundreds of Shi’te are on annual trekking to Zaria. Security sources in Kano told Vanguard that several hundreds of others are injured following heavy resistance encountered by the police. Already,

Lt. Col Mohammed Abu Ali saluted for gallant service

Lt. Col Mohammed Abu Ali who was killed by Boko Haram terrorists left behind a young wife and child. Ali and four other soldiers were killed late on Friday, November 4 by Boko Haram insurgents after a fierce battle, a statement by Army spokesman, Colonel Sani Usman announced.Ali, a recipient of the Chief of Army Staff Award for exceptional bravery and excellence, led the army units that recovered Gamboru-Ngala, Baga

BREAKING! 240 Boko Haram terrorists surrender to MNJTF

The Nigerian military said 240 members of Boko Haram group surrendered on Monday, October 31 – The terrorists, the military said surrendered to a force operation by the Multi National Joint Task Force – The terrorists also surrendered alongside their family members to the military. The Nigerian military on Monday, October 31, said 240 members of the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist group surrendered to the Multi National Joint Task Force. A

Female suicide bombers suspected in deadly Nigeria blasts

Female suicide bombers are suspected to be behind the twin explosions that rattled the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri on Saturday near a refugee camp and a fuel depot, officials said. The attacks targeted the city's Bakassi Internally Displaced Persons camp and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corp.'s Mega Filling Station, the Nigerian army said in a statement. At least nine people were killed and 24 injured in the two explosions, according to