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Just In: Nigeria Acquires 60 Armoured Vehicles from China to fight Bandits

Just In: Nigeria Acquires 60 Armoured Vehicles from China to fight Bandits

The Federal Government of Nigeria has imported 60 armoured vehicles from China to fight Banditry and abductions in the nation. Information Guide Nigeria

The Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Farouk Yahaya, who spoke during the commissioning of the tanks revealed that the acquisition is a sign of the government’s commitment to ensuring peace and order across the nation.

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According to POLITICS NIGERIA, Major General Victor Ezugwu who represented the Chief of Army Staff said; “It is an effort which is in line with the Federal Government’s cardinal objectives of tackling the totality of the security challenges facing our dear country Nigeria,”. jamb results

“These platforms we commission here today is in addition to other equipment brought in for the purpose and this underscores the strategic resolve to ensure that a state of normalcy is achieved across the length and breadth of Nigeria.”


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