Col. Sani Usman
26 Nov 2016
Panic gripped residents of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) yesterday when a message about the purported arrest of some suspected suicide bombers by soldiers at Nyanya went viral.
24 Nov 2016
The Nigerian Army has denied engaging in a mass killing of pro-Biafra protesters, describing an Amnesty International report which stated otherwise as 'unfounded' and 'unfortunate'.
31 Oct 2016
The Nigeria Army says suspected Boko Haram terrorists ambushed and killed five soldiers, three vigilantes and one Civilian JTF in Borno on Saturday.
31 Oct 2016
In a statement on Sunday, the Army Spokesman, Col.. Sani Usman, named the drugs’ supplier as Kadiri Umate, 35 and the fuel supplier as Fantoma Lasani.
7 Oct 2016
Troops have foiled an attempt by three female suicide bombers to attack a military location at Gwoza in Gwoza Local Government Area of Borno on Thursday.
8 Sep 2016
The Nigerian Army has arrested some suspected agitators in the Niger Delta, a wanted Boko Haram chief and other insurgents.A statement by the spokesman of the Nigerian Army, Col. Sani Usman...
15 Aug 2016
Three persons have been declared wanted by the military for alleged links with Boko Haram and for concealing information on the whereabouts of schoolgirls abducted by the sect two years ago.
14 Aug 2016
Troops of 35 Battalion, 1 Brigade Nigerian Army, on Friday, killed a suspected cattle rustler and armed bandit on Tsambe-Fafare road, Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State.
13 Aug 2016
Troops of 35 Battalion, 1 Brigade Nigerian Army on Friday killed a suspected cattle rustler and armed bandits on Tsambe-Fafare road, Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State.
13 Aug 2016
But for the revelation of a suspected Boko Haram member, Nigerian soldiers would have run into mines and Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) laid on their pathway used by the insurgents in Borno State.
4 Aug 2016
The Islamic State (IS) terrorist group has announced the emergence of Abu Musab al-Barnawi, who was previously the spokesman of the Boko Haram insurgents, as the new leader of its deadly Nigerian affiliate.
1 Aug 2016
The military also recovered arms and ammunition after a successful repulsion of insurgents at the Camerounian border town, 119 kilometres southwest of Maiduguri, the state capital.