Nigerian Military News
The Nigerian Air Force on Wednesday, October 17, said about 158 officers including men are undergoing training to become pilots and acquire skills to tackle the Boko Haram insurgency and other security challenges in the country.
President Muhammadu Buhari, on Saturday, October 13, at the pipping of the 65th regular cadets of the Nigeria Air Force reminded members of the Armed Forces to protect Nigeria’s democracy and subject themselves to civil authority.
The Chief of the Naval Staff, Vice Adm. Iboke-Ete Ibas said the Nigerian Navy inducted 57 new officers to join its fight against crude oil theft, sea piracy in the Niger Delta and insurgency in the North East, an official said.
A supermarket located in Ajah, Lagos, has allegedly fallen victim to the trickery of a Nigerian scammer. The young man bought items worth N90,000 and made payment for them using fake currency. More on Legit.ng.
Nigerian Navy in a statement sent to Legit.ng, cautioned prospective applicants for its 2018 Direct Short Service Commission to be wary of activities of fraudsters demanding money to facilitate their enlistment into the service.
The Nigerian Army has announced that three of its officers and two of its soldiers were sanctioned with demotion by the General Court Martial (GCM) sitting in Maimalari cantonment Maiduguri Borno state over some offences.