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Gen. Buratai: Securing Nigeria In The Face Of Insurgency

By Mike Msuaan The war against terror assumed a disturbing dimension especially with the commando manner and sophisticated weapons coupled

Security Is For All But Not Everyone’s Business

By Prof Ahmed Danfulani There has been a propagation of mischief in the polity with regards to the tenure of

Like Buratai Like Napoleon Bonaparte

By Mike Msuaan History is replete with accounts of wars right from the divinely sanctioned wars fought by the Israelites

One Year Scorecard: Governor Buni Is God’s Gift To Yobe — Gadaka

A renowned grassroots politician, who is also the serving state treasurer of All Progress Congress (APC) Yobe state chapter, Alhaji

One Year Anniversary: As Governor Inuwa Yahaya Walks The Talk

By Ismaila Uba Misilli  “We are not unmindful of our promises to the good people of Gombe State. This administration

How Buhari’s 5 Years Inspired Military To Top Form

By Richard Murphy The President Muhammadu Buhari led administration has saved Nigeria from imminent collapse, by revamping the military’s institution

Nigeria’s 5 Years Of A Turnaround Under Buhari

By Abe Kolawole It was then military president, Ibrahim Babangida after several failed attempts to revamp the Nigerian economy while

Worship In Sacrifice

By Tope Aisoni Worship is the expression of reverence and adoration for a deity or superior being, force, entity etc.

Effective Military Coordination As A Key Towards Ending Terrorism

By Best Agbese The history of the Boko Haram crisis in Nigeria dates back to 2009 when the sect began

My Encounter With The Humility And Wisdom Of Gen Buratai

By A.E Ameh In the military, we are faced with several challenges. We are always on the go in the

The Choice Of Gambari And The Wisdom Of PMB

By Philip Agbese The news of the appointment of Prof. Ibrahim Agboola Gambari to replace late Patriot Abba Kyari as

Why Buratai Cannot Lose This War! (Opinion)

By Idris Abubakar The narrative that the rambunctious and puffy leader of the Boko Haram terrorists group, Abubakar Shekau, has

Mama Buratai: Exit Of A Mother Who Gave Her Son To The Nation

By Abubakar Tsav Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Yusuf Buratai on Tuesday,  lost his mother, Kakah Hajiya Hauwa

Adieu, Mama Buratai In Heavenly Bliss!

By Adam Biu “But let them sleep Lord, and I mourn a space;For, if above all these, my sins abound,‘Tis

Shuaibu Ibrahim’s Twelve Month – Innovative Strides In NYSC

By Emmanuel Obeni The measure of a man and his relevance to society is not his affluence, but how much

The Pandemic And The Country’s Future

Nigeria’s decision to ‘unwind’ the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown in the capital, Abuja, Lagos and Ogun States refers.  As we strive

General Buratai, Nigerian Army And The Place Of Patriotism

By Nkechi Odoma Assessing a phenomenon comprehensively at every point and dimension of history is quite difficult. It is impossible

Agbada: Yoruba’s Fading Legend

The popular Agbada is usually worn with a sewn cap known as Filá. The duo did wonders on ceremonies: a

ASF France: Nigeria Can Do Without Interference From Self-Seeking Organizations

 By Ahmed Badamosi The Avocats Sans Frontières France (Lawyers Without Borders France), ASF France, has added its name to the

Buratai: A Strategist And His Magic Wand

By Charles Robert Two American generals have been celebrated over the years for their gallantry and superior strategies at the battlefield.The

Nigerian Army As Africa’s Pride On Anti-terrorism

By Best Agbese In the last one decade, Nigeria has been a country troubled by insecurities. It is assailed by

Unnecessary Hoax About Chad’s Fight Against Terrorism

By Nkechi Odoma After an exciting display of photoshopped actions by President Idriss Deby, in a manner which glaringly spited

X-raying Nigerian Army’s Unmatched Record In Counter-terrorism

By Richard Murphy In August 2015, UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon, had cause to commend Nigeria’s effort towards counter

Military: Why Falsehood Cannot Prevail

By Adamu Kabir Falsehood, though a social discordance, has become trade for some unscrupulous elements of the society. More worrisome

Unveiling The Hidden Agenda of Nigeria’s Enemies

By Isaiah Ojomo The coronavirus pandemic has indeed brought the world to its knees. Countries in the world have adopted

Much Ado About Derby, Chadian Rebels And Boko Haram

By Evang Sunday Attah Last week, Chadian soldiers,  angered by an offensive on their men by the terrorist Boko Haram

Pantami: Understanding The Shining Star And His Detractors

By David Onmeje It is a truism that opposition and robust criticisms suckle democratic wheels and allow governance flourish on

Why North East People Love Buratai

By Mohammed Ali The Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen Tukur Yusufu Buratai is from Borno State in the North-Eastern

Growing Confidence In War Against Insurgency

By Sunday Attah  There is no such thing as crisis of confidence in the current war against insurgency in Nigeria.

Is NEMA Making Progress On Her Mandate?

By Bridget Agada The management of disasters in Nigeria has come under public scrutiny in recent times. This is especially

Armed Forces Service Commission Bill: Will The Senate Bow To Pressure?

By Lawrence Audu There was an interesting topic that dominated public discourse recently. It raged with some putting in arguments

The NASS, Obnoxious Bills And The Rest Of Us

By Akintunde Babafemi We all know that the National Assembly, NASS wields enormous powers as conferred on them by the

Understanding AI’s Fuss With Nigeria

By Edward Omaga Amnesty International seems to have its operational headquarters in Nigeria. The organization loves Nigeria because the Nigerian

No Twist In President Buhari’s Popularity Index

It was a mark of President Muhammadu Buhari’s rising profile and towering popularity that a young man who was excited

General Buratai In The Eyes Of The People

By Abe Kolawole It was Plato who, during the Golden Age, when history was rising as a major sign of

As Emir Sanusi Becomes History!

By Abiodun Komolafe To Nigerians, that the 14th Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, has been dethroned is incontrovertibly established.

NEMA: Understanding The Samaritan In Maihaja

By David Onmeje “We instinctively tend to limit for whom we exert ourselves. We do it for people like us,

Anti-Service Chiefs Bill: Senate As Joker

By Dan Amor As expected, the usually selfish and self-centred Upper Chamber of the Nigerian bi-camera legislature took its peculiar

Much Ado About Nothing On Service Chiefs Tenure

By Idoko Ainoko To say that Nigeria remains the best place on earth is no longer news. Despite all the

The Continuous Success Of The COAS And Why He Remains The Best For Now

By Gift Ogar It is no longer news that the COAS as the leader of the counter – insurgency operations,

Meeting TY Buratai, The Workaholic Army General

By Elvis Attah He is unassuming, unlike soldier. Nothing in his countenance betrays the brashness and ferocity of Army Generals.

Foreign NGOs And The War Against Insurgency

By Ibrahim Abubakar For so long, the Nigerian military has consistently raised alarm over the untoward role foreign media and

Enter NASS, Africa’s Shrine Of Hypocrisy

By Anthony Obekpa Nigeria is an unfortunate country on many flanks. There is nowhere this misfortune is expressed more pungently than

PMB and Sun Tzu’s Art of War

By Philip Agbese Like Chinese revered war veteran, strategist and tactician, Sun Tzu, once asked the world albeit rhetorically; “Can

Gen. Buratai And Why The Awards Still Keep Coming

By David Longpet Henchman of the counter-insurgency operations in Nigeria and the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt. Gen. Tukur

How Governor Inuwa Yahaya Is Addressing Basic Education Challenges In Gombe

By Ismaila Uba Misilli When Governor Muhammadu InuwaYahaya assumed the mantle of leadership in Gombe State, he knew there would

Nigeria’s National Assembly Under Security Siege

By Yemi Itodo Without prejudice to the importance of security to law, order, stability and the overall wellbeing of the

Nigeria: Where Lawmakers Jettison Conscience

BY CHIDOZIE OGBONNYA Having deliberately stayed away from discussions around the financial and other benefits of Nigerian lawmakers both at

Buhari, Our Service Chiefs And Their Abiding Loyalty

By Kolawole Abe A silent and resilient reminder of unforgettable events to leaders in most climes of the world is