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Nigerian Military Is Monitoring Movement Of Fleeing Bandits- John Enenche

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The Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Maj.-Gen. John Enenche has come out to say that the military high command has put measures in place to prevent inter-state movement of fleeing armed bandits from the North West.

John recently revealed this while giving update on military operations across the country at a news conference in Abuja.

According to him, after the increased offensive and military onslaught against armed bandits in the Northwest and North Central parts of Nigeria, there have been concerns that the bandits will be looking to move to other states, but the military is on top of the situation.

He added that the Nigerian public should keep providing credible information to the Nigerian Military.

His words, “I am to affirm that, the Armed Forces of Nigeria is totally committed to tackling all the security challenges in the country until normalcy is restored.

β€œHence, the public is requested to continue to provide credible information to the Nigerian Military.”

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There Nigerian Armed Forces are the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Its origins lie in the elements of the Royal West African Frontier Force that became Nigerian when independence was granted in 1960.

In 1956 the Nigeria Regiment of the Royal West African Frontier Force (RWAFF) was renamed the Nigerian Military Forces, RWAFF, and in April 1958 the colonial government of Nigeria took over from the British War Office control of the Nigerian Military Forces.

The Nigerian Navy (NN) is the sea branch of the Nigerian Armed Forces. The Nigerian Navy command structure today consists of the Naval Headquarters in Abuja, three operational commands with headquarters in Lagos, Calabar, and Bayelsa.

Training command’s headquarters are located in Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria, but with training facilities spread all over Nigeria. There are five operational bases, five forward operational bases (with two more soon to come on stream), two dockyards located in Lagos and Port Harcourt and two fleets based in Lagos and Calabar.


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