Security: Kaduna Biu Community Commends Nigerian Army, Gen Buratai

The Biu Community in Kaduna State has commended the Nigerian Army under the examplary leadership of the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Yusufu Buratai for tireless and laudable efforts in ensuring security for Nigeria. They expressed this on Saturday in Kaduna at a ceremony organised to console him on the death of his mother which occured recently. Speaking on behalf of the community, Alhaji Bawa Garba (ABG), who is the patron of the association in Kaduna, said that Gen Buratai’s commitment to the peace, security and unity of…

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Security : How Monguno Is Dragging The Service Chiefs Behind

By Emmanuel Okoye One thing you cannot take away from the National Security Adviser (NSA), Major General Mohammed Babagana Monguno (rtd), is the fact that he is not totally unaware of the challenges hampering the security of the nation. The retired Major General and old boy of Kings College, Lagos, who is experienced in military intelligence though an Engineer by training, most times is able to identify security challenges in the nation. But the problem is whether he would do anything about the problem other than blame others for what…

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NSA TELL THE PRESIDENT WE ARE ALSO ANGRY

By: Abdullahi Gwamna The yesterday’s media briefing by the National Security Adviser (NSA), Major General Babagana Mohammed Monguno (retired) shortly after the President’s meeting with security chiefs over state of affairs in the country was obviously prearranged. It has also raised a lot of concern and interest. Although, I don’t want to contradict the NSA on whether indeed he was conveying the exacts words of Mr. President and gave true account of what transpired at that important meeting, nonetheless, I find it too hard to believe that he was conveying…

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NSA TELL THE PRESIDENT WE ARE ALSO ANGRY

By: Abdullahi Gwamna The yesterday’s media briefing by the National Security Adviser (NSA), Major General Babagana Mohammed Monguno (retired) shortly after the President’s meeting with security chiefs over state of affairs in the country was obviously prearranged. It has also raised a lot of concern and interest. Although, I don’t want to contradict the NSA on whether indeed he was conveying the exacts words of Mr. President and gave true account of what transpired at that important meeting, nonetheless, I find it too hard to believe that he was conveying…

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