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Nigerian Army Takes Premium Times To Court - CHANNELS TELEVISION;

Nigerian Army Takes Premium Times To Court - CHANNELS TELEVISION

CHANNELS TELEVISIONNigerian Army Takes Premium Times To CourtCHANNELS TELEVISIONNigerian Army Takes Premium Times To Court The Nigerian Army has instituted a legal action against an online publication, the Premium Times over its failure to retract and apologize over what it called “false, subversive and malicious publications ...and more »

Army to train Immigration personnel on border patrol - Daily Trust;

Army to train Immigration personnel on border patrol - Daily Trust

Daily TrustArmy to train Immigration personnel on border patrolDaily TrustThe Nigerian Army is to train personnel of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) on border patrol and other areas to enhance the efficiency of the Service to curtail border crimes. The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, gave the ...and more »

Nigerian Army, PREMIUM TIMES Lock Horns Over Scandalous Reports On Buratai - The Whistler;

Nigerian Army, PREMIUM TIMES Lock Horns Over Scandalous Reports On Buratai - The Whistler

The WhistlerNigerian Army, PREMIUM TIMES Lock Horns Over Scandalous Reports On BurataiThe WhistlerA major controversy is brewing between the Nigerian Army and Premium Times Services Limited, publishers of PREMIUM TIMES, over damning reports the latter published on its platform against the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai. PREMIUM TIMES had ...and more »

Nigerian Army threatens legal action against Premium Times (PHOTOS) - YNaija

Nigerian Army threatens legal action against Premium Times (PHOTOS)YNaijaThe Nigerian Army has threatened legal action against online newspaper Premium Times for what it called “false” and “unsubstantiated” stories published by the firm. In a letter dated December 22, 2016 and signed by Major General I.M. Alkali for the ...and more »

Nigerian Army writes PREMIUM TIMES, talks tough, threatens legal action - Premium Times;

Nigerian Army writes PREMIUM TIMES, talks tough, threatens legal action - Premium Times

Premium TimesNigerian Army writes PREMIUM TIMES, talks tough, threatens legal actionPremium TimesThe Nigerian Army has written PREMIUM TIMES, threatening to sue the paper for what it termed unwarranted serial provocative, unauthorised, libelous and defamatory publication” against the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, a Lieutenant General, and ...and more »

Army redeploy 6 major generals, 5 brigadier generals in new shakeup - Vanguard;

Army redeploy 6 major generals, 5 brigadier generals in new shakeup - Vanguard

VanguardArmy redeploy 6 major generals, 5 brigadier generals in new shakeupVanguardABUJA-A new shakeup in the Nigerian Army has seen six major generals and five brigadier generals redeployed to various formations of the Army. Also, the routine exercise which came barely four weeks after the promotion of some top officers, had two ...and more »

Massive shakeup in the army as top generals are redeployed - News24 Nigeria;

Massive shakeup in the army as top generals are redeployed - News24 Nigeria

News24 NigeriaMassive shakeup in the army as top generals are redeployedNews24 NigeriaAbuja - The Nigerian Army has effected a major shake-up in its personnel structure as over 14 senior offices have been redeployed. The exercise, approved by the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, on January 9, 2017, affected six major generals, five ...and more »

Buratai Shake-up as Army Chief redeploys top generals - Pulse Nigeria

Buratai Shake-up as Army Chief redeploys top generalsPulse NigeriaIt was gathered that redeployment affected exercise affected six major generals, five brigadier generals, two captains and one major. Published: 09.06; Dimeji Akinloye. Print; eMail · Chief of Army Staff, Maj. General Tukur Buratai play. Chief of Army ...and more »

EXCLUSIVE: Shake-up in Nigerian Army; top generals redeployed - Premium Times;

EXCLUSIVE: Shake-up in Nigerian Army; top generals redeployed - Premium Times

Premium TimesEXCLUSIVE: Shake-up in Nigerian Army; top generals redeployedPremium TimesThe Nigerian Army has either appointed or redeployed no fewer than 14 officers to different military units across the country. The exercise, approved by the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, on January 9, 2017, affected six major generals, five ...and more »