Nigerian Defence Headquarters
Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) and its partner, Transparency International – Defence and Security (TI-DS) have said that nearly N5.4trn have been unaccounted for in the defence sector in the last 15 years.
Nigeria's Defence headquarters on Sunday, December 1, denied claims that it was recruiting former Boko Haram terrorists into the military.
A breakdown of the N10.7 trillion 2020 budget presented by President Muhammadu Buhari, on Tuesday, October 8, has shown Defence getting N100 billion.
The report of the board of inquiry was contained in a statement sent by the Defence Headquarters and signed by the director of defence information, Colonel Onyema Nwachukwu on Tuesday, October 8.
The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) on Tuesday, August 27, replied some Borno communities that wrote President Muhammadu Buhari over alleged rising insecurities in the state.
The operations of the investigative panel set up by the (DHQ) to probe the killings of three policemen and arrest of Wadume were reportedly disrupted due to alleged bickering between the Nigerian Army and the police.