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It’s Wrong To Say Election Was Militarised, Says Gen Buratai, COAS

The Nigerian Army has been in the eye of the storm over the conduct of soldiers deployed to provide security during the 2019 elections. The soldiers have been roundly accused in several quarters of committing infractions, including partisan interference in the electoral process, that seriously undermined the credibility and sanctity of the elections. In fact, […]

El-Rufai, Buratai lays foundation for Military base in Southern Kaduna (PHOTOS)

Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai together with the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Gen. Tukur Buratai laying the foundation stone for the establishment of Forward Operational military base at Kafanchan in Southern Kaduna, today.

Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, Chief of Army Staff, Nigeria , Army

 Buratai: And the Eagle Perches on Africa

By Okanga Agila He is one remarkable Nigerian soldier. Even his opponents agree that he has paid the proverbial dues in the service of the nation. No doubt, Nigeria is endowed with soldiers, who are famed in multiple ways. The United Nations amply attests to this by its uncommon extension of accolades and awards to […]

Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, Chief of Army Staff, Nigeria , Army

Leave Buratai And Our Military Alone By Muhammed Ladan

Let me first of all start with acknowledging the efforts of our fallen heroes as we celebrated them last Friday and also pray for God’s protection to our troops in the front line.  As a Nigerian who has seen the brutality of insurgency, and the weakness of our military during the last regime, I can […]
Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, Chief of Army Staff, Nigeria , Army

Buratai Not Distracted By Calls For Probe – Army Spokesman

The Nigeria Army has said that the Chief of Army Staff (CoAS), Gen. Tukur Buratai will not be distracted by “evil machinations”, which will “surely fall back” on the bearers. In the light of the ongoing probe into the abuse of the $2.1 billion meant for procurement of arms, which has seen the Economic and […]