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‎SPONSORED BY BUY656.COM: ABUJA-President Muhammadu Buhari last night charged the Nigerian Army to ensure that the country remained one and strong indivisible entity despite threats of secession in some quarters. The President also received the captured flag of Boko Haram terrorists from the Sambisa forest from the Theatre Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole, Maj. -Gen. Lucky Irabor of the Nigerian Army‎. Buhari spoke at the 2016 Regimental Dinner organized by the Presidential Brigades of Guards in Abuja. The dinner was an annual event to mark the end of drilling year. It also provides the rare opportunity for officers to interact with their commanders.‎  

Speaking at the event, President Buhari who went down memory lane, remembered his ordeal which he said would have cost his life. But despite the development, the president said he had a good time, serving the army for 25 years. He charged the military to ensure the unity of the country, saying it was sacrosanct.

Presdient Buhari receives Boko Haram captured flag from Chief of Army Staff. Gen.Tukur Buratai He said: “I belive you are here because you want to be here and you cannot complain. We will do our best to build the national institutions in the country. “All these political madness in the country where in the north east, the Niger Delta or in the East. “There are 250 ethnic groups, so keeping Nigeria one is a task that must be done. So, even for personal reason you must make sure this country stays one and remain strong.” Speaking on the state of the economy, president Buhari recalled his position on the devaluation of the Naira, hike of the petroleum products among others. According to him, he rejected similar advise by the IMF, World Bank to devalue the Naira as a military Head of State. “I refused and gave my reasons and the next thing I knew I was removed and detained for three and half years. “As a civilian president I will do my best and I’m telling you all these because you are part of the leadership of this great country and God willing we will remain great”, he said.

Also speaking, the Chief of Army Staff. Gen.Tukur Buratai said underscored the function of the brigade of guards, saying that apart from providing security to the president, they also provided security for the FCT. He also reminded the officers to need to maintain discipline at all times even in 2017, promising not to give up in the north east until the insurgents were completely wiped out. Buratai also promised to restore calm in other troubled areas of the country, however assuring that the army would remain apolitical. Handing over the flag to the president earlier, Irabor in whose command the Boko Haram stronghold, “Camp Zero”, in Sambisa forest was eventually captured disclosed that ‎about 1,240 suspected Boko Haram terrorists were arrested during a mop-up operation by troops inside the Sambisa forest.

The highlight of the event was the ‎commissioning of the PMB Gymnasium at the Scorpion Mess in W.U Bassey Cantonment By President Buhari. Dignitaries who graced the Dinner were the representative of Senate President, ‎Senate Leader, Ali Ndume, Federal Capital Territory Minister, the National Security Adviser, Chief of Defence Staff, Service Chiefs‎, the Inspector General of Police, Presidential Aides, among others.

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Saturday, 31 December 2016 13:40

234NAIRA: Permsec with 45 cars revealed

SPONSORED BY 234NAIRA.COM: A Nigerian  former permanent secretary or permsec who retired with brand new 45 SUV cars has been revealed. He is Dr. Godknows Boladei Igali, formerly of the Ministry of Power. He is from Bayelsa state. According to theEconomic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) which is investigating Igali has found the vehicles recovered from him were actually 47, apart from 100 motorcycles.

Godknows Boladei Igali It was revealed that the 47 Sports Utility Vehicles and 100 motorcycles were bought for former President Goodluck Jonathan’s campaign in the 2015 general election and that sum of N1.5 billion with which the vehicles were acquired was allegedly sourced from the diverted N27 billion insurance premium of deceased workers of Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN). The EFCC was said to have intercepted the vehicles and motorcycles after an alarm was raised by an artisan, who was called in for repairs. An EFCC source said that there was “overwhelming evidence” against the former Perm Sec.

Another source said the vehicles were seized from several secret locations. More than 100 motorcycles parked at a facility in Mabushi Area of Abuja were also confiscated by the EFCC. The confiscated items include SUVs, Toyota Coaster buses, Toyota Hilux trucks and 16-seater buses. According to EFCC investigation, all the vehicles were supplied by Kaduna based Dilly Motors, the paper said. The cash was allegedly laundered by Igali through Baseworth Insurance Brokers in order to cover his track. Igali was earlier this year arrested by the Commission and made a statement after which he was released on administrative bail.”

EFCC was finalising plans to arraign Igali in court. EFCC source said: “We have substantial evidence against Igali. He is going to face trial any moment from now. “In profiling Igali, our detectives discovered that he is a kinsman of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan and he assisted the Gooodluck/Sambo Campaign Organisation with vehicles by diverting public funds for such illegality. “Actually, Igali had made useful statement and our detectives have spent the last five to six months to conduct diligent investigation. “There is a prima facie case against him. It is left for the ex-Permanent Secretary to prove his innocence in court.”

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SPONSORED BY BUY656.COM: In saner climes, people dissociate themselves from people with criminal records. But in ours today, people take pride in being known as friends and supporters of corrupt politicians whose malfeasance have brought untold misery and agony to many Nigerians.

The euphoria that engulfed Delta State a few days ago as jubilant supporters of James Ibori, former governor of Delta State, took to the streets in celebration, shortly after the news of his release from a UK prison broke, confirms the stance of Professor Wole Soyinka on the “death of common sense” in Nigeria.

Sometime in August 2015, a religious crusade was organised to intercede for the release of Ibori, I recall. The invitation card to the crusade ridiculously read: “Crusade! Crusade!! Crusade!!! Rise Up Deltans For A Grant Bail And Release Prayer For Our Amiable Brother, Redeemer And Daddy. Enough Is Enough.”

Praying for a thieving “redeemer” then sounded more like one of the social media jokes. However, the celebration that followed Ibori’s release from prison seemed a proof that the prayers of many Deltans where answered.

But, why rejoice over the release of a hopeless pen robber whose heist and abuse of high office took away part of the future of a generation?, many wondered. Why won’t they celebrate their own?, I responded on a number of occasions. Those asking would need to look back to when it began to rain.

Please don’t get me wrong. Condemning those celebrating Ibori’s release is fine. But, the sad thing is that Ibori is not the first criminal turned celebrity, and he will certainly not be the last in Nigeria.

Moreover, if some yam-head Yorubas could jettison their much cherished omoluabi creed, shamelessly adorn themselves in Aso Ebi to attend a special thanksgiving service in honour of Bode George, a People’s Democratic Party chieftain who was sentenced to time in Kirikiri for fraud, shortly after his release in 2011, why should some slavish Deltans not celebrate their own Ibori, an international ex-convict?

Not too long ago, we saw how some northern talakawas sheepishly thronged the airport to welcome erstwhile governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido and his two sons shortly after they were granted bail from Kano prison for alleged contract kickback rackets.

Although the National Bureau of Statistics ranked Jigawa State among one of the poorest states in Nigeria in 2013, seven years after Lamido assumed office as governor, yet, “Lamido is the best thing that has happened to Jigawa State”, his cheering supporters had claimed then. If such encomium was good for Lamido, why is it not OK for Ibori?

What about former governor of Bayelsa State, Diepreye Alamieyeseigha, who was jailed for money laundering? Have we forgotten how his puppet, former president Goodluck Jonathan granted him presidential pardon in 2013?

That’s not all.

In spite of the fact that Wikipedia put Alamieyeseigha’s loot in cash and asset at some $3.2 billion, still an insolvent Bayelsa State that could not pay the salaries of its workers gave him a state burial on his demise.

Again, if Bayelsans could celebrate a corrupt Alamko, a man who bled the State raw, in death, why should Deltans not celebrate a living, even if thieving, “redeemer” in Ibori?

Let’s face it, that some riffraff protested that the Code of Conduct Bureau should stop the trial of Senate President Bukola Saraki on false asset declaration; that some morally bankrupt persons protested against the possible probe of the former minister of Petroleum, Deziani Allison Madueke; that a bunch of shameless women protested against the freezing of former first lady, Patience Jonathan’s $15 million; and the fact that some debased never-do-wells brazenly crafted the #BringBackCorruption and gave it flight on social media, evinces that fools are gradually outnumbering sane people in our society. It also reveals how well corruption has permeated our society.

That this barbaric culture of celebrating criminals cuts across our religious, regional and ethnic spheres tellingly shows how close we are to the edge of the cliff. By implication, it is an encouragement for other pen robbers to continue with their malfeasance, since the society always honours them, even after they have been convicted.

In saner climes, people dissociate themselves from people with criminal records. But in ours today, people take pride in being known as friends and supporters of corrupt politicians whose malfeasance have brought untold misery and agony to many Nigerians.

Why are we like this?

Ironically, those celebrating corrupt politicians are those who would bestially hack down petty pickpockets at the slightest opportunity. If I may ask, how are the Iboris of this world different from Lawrence Anini, the notorious armed robbery gang leader who terrorised the old Bendel State? I could imagine Anini weeping uncontrollably in his grave, wishing he had carried out his heists with the pen like his counterparts in politics.

But I digress.

We have seen how debased the supporters of Ibori are. Nonetheless, Nigeria being what it is, we shouldn’t be taken aback if some irresponsible folks call for a state pardon of Ibori or if some charlatans in cassock liken him to the biblical Joseph or Nelson Mandela of South Africa, who both left the prison to become prime minister and president of their respective countries, forgetting that Joseph and Nelson Mandela were never imprisoned for being a thief like Ibori was.

Celebrating Ibori and other criminals like him tells more about our sick society and not them.

By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

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SPONSORED BY BUY656.COM: The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Thursday said laboratory result of the suspected fake rice showed that the product was not plastic but rice contaminated with micro organisms.

The Acting Director General, NAFDAC, Yetunde Oni, said this at a news conference in conjuction with the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in Abuja.

Oni said the seized rice was unsatisfactory and therefore unwholesome for human consumption, stressing that the consignment would be destroyed upon handover by the NCS.

She explained that the product branded ”Best Tomato”, was in 25kg bag, without NAFDAC number, batch number, date markings and details of the manufacturer.

She said that `floating’ was negative, sedimentation was positive, cooking was normal, odour was normal, colour was off-white and E-coli was within specification.

She said lead and cadmium were not detected, pre-ashing was normal, ash, moisture and mould were within specification but coli form was above maximum limits.

Oni called on the public to report suspicious cases about all NAFDAC regulated products to any of the offices across the nation for prompt regulatory action.

She also said that the following numbers could be contacted for enquiries: 08013630600, 09094262773 and 08033112282.

The Comptroller-General, NCS, Col. Hameed Ali, said irrespective of the outcome of the laboratory analysis, customs would remain vigilant and alive to its responsibilities.

Ali, who was represented by the Deputy Comptroller-General, Tariff and Trade, Umar Iya, said NCS was guided by intelligence reports.

”Intelligence reports indicate that several metric tonnes of expired and dangerous rice are still lying in wait in warehouses in neighbouring countries and the target of the products is the Nigerian market”, he said.

Ali said that the NCS would intensify patrols to ensure that such economic saboteurs do not succeed.

He urged warehouse owners and transporters across the country not to accept such smuggled products in their facilities or vehicles respectively.

He warned that both the smuggled products and means of conveyance were liable to seizure.

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SPONSORED BY X365TV.COM: The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), accusing the administrations of former vice-chancellor of the University of Ilorin ( UNILORIN) Professor Ishaq Oloyede (now JAMB registrar) and his successor, Professor Abdulganiyu Ambali of N2 billion fraud.

ASUU in the petition made available to reporters in Ibadan described the UNILORIN management as highly corrupt, saying the institution has been using the pretext of keeping a stable academic calendar to silence whistleblowers while perpetrating enormous fraud.

The Union called on EFCC to do a diligent and thorough investigation of the allegations.

ASUU accused the management of pension fraud, fraudulent and unremitted deductions, extortion of students, contracts inflation and kickbacks as well as unlawful payments to ex-principal officers of the University, even after they have left the said offices and have been working elsewhere.

While speaking with reporters in Ibadan on the development, the Ibadan Zone Chairman of ASUU, Dr Ade Adejumo, asked EFCC to investigate the monumental fraud perpetrated by the administration of Oloyede and the incumbent which have consistently repressed the voices of opposition against the frauds.

ASUU further alleged that Oloyede in 2011, doubled the amount of pension being deducted from staff under the false pretext that the previous deductions were lower than prescribed by law.

“For the avoidance of doubt, the legal minimum prescribed by Pension Act at the time was 7.5 of emoluments and the staff were already paying even above this minimum. By way of comparison, in federal universities such as University of Lagos( UNILAG) and Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife the sum of N20,124.62 is deducted from each professor as pension contribution per month.

“However, at UNILORIN the sum of N40,206.42 is deducted monthly for the same “pension contribution”. Contrary to law, the extra deductions did not derive from any agreement with the workers; indeed, the forced deductions were protested to no avail. For the avoidance of doubt, the pension law does not empower an employer to forcefully deduct above the minimum from any employee. ”

“But the management pushed out the argument, through their cronies that whatever amount is deducted for pensions would be automatically doubled and that the deductions were, therefore, “for our benefit.” The import of this is that government is being made, perhaps unknowingly, to pay double the amounts prescribed by law, to the Pension Fund Administrators and the subscribers, thereby constituting an unwarranted extortion or drain on the treasury. The quantum involved in this fraud is in billions and is continuing”

The petition also alleged a fraud of N1.5billion naira jointly perpetrated by the immediate past Vice-chancellor and the incumbent on fraudulent and unremitted deductions from staff salaries.

“Having given the impression of assisting the workers by extorting more from the treasury than the law prescribes, the UNILORIN authorities now set out to defraud the same workers by making additional deductions from their salaries under false pretext.

“From May 2012 to December 2013, the University of Ilorin Administration deducted further sums ranging from about N9,000 – N20,000 monthly from each staff claiming these to be “arrears of extra-deduction.” However, these extra deductions never reflected in the pension statements of the staff concerned to date. The quantum involved in this fraud is in the neighbourhood of N1.5 billion.

“Our preliminary investigations revealed that billions of naira have been so extorted from about 35,000 students including Sandwich students over the past years.The group of graduating medical students actually wrote to the authorities to demand a refund but they were ignored.”

The union, therefore, asked EFCC to investigate the allegations and rescue the institution from the entrenched fraudulent activities.

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SPONSORED BY X365RADIO.COM: Chelsea can take another step towards English football history when they host Stoke City on Saturday, as the Premier League’s jam-packed festive schedule rumbles into 2017.

Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Boxing Day was their 12th in succession, leaving them two wins short of Arsenal’s overall top-flight record of 14, set over two seasons in 2002.

With each win, Antonio Conte’s side have looked more and more like champions-in-waiting, but with half the season still to go, Chelsea’s players are desperately trying to ignore the hype.

“It’s unbelievable because it’s very difficult to do that in the Premier League, but the team are very compact on the pitch and that’s the right way,” Spanish forward Pedro Rodriguez told the club website.

“Bournemouth are a good team and it was very difficult. Stoke are also a very good team, but we must take it game by game.”

Scorer of two goals against Bournemouth, Pedro will be suspended for the visit of Stoke, which should see top scorer Diego Costa — banned on Boxing Day — return to the starting XI.

Midfield lynchpin N’Golo Kante is also available again after suspension.

Stoke fell to a 4-1 defeat at Liverpool on Tuesday, having gone ahead through Jonathan Walters, and left-back Erik Pieters has urged his team-mates to show more belief against the leading sides.

“Sometimes we have a good 20 minutes, sometimes we have a good second half, but in patches we have been bad — we need to learn to control the game,” said the Dutchman, whose side are 13th in the table.

“It’s difficult because it has to come as a group. It’s a team sport. But I think we have shown we can do it in spells and we don’t have to be afraid of big teams.”

Liverpool’s victory took them back to second place, six points below Chelsea, and they will stage the biggest game of the New Year weekend when third-place Manchester City visit Anfield on Saturday.

City trail Liverpool by a point, having won their last three matches, and manager Pep Guardiola was in attendance to watch Jurgen Klopp’s team overcome Stoke.

– Cech in the chase –
“It’s a difficult game for both teams, but exciting and the best thing is it’s at Anfield,” said Klopp, who sparred with Guardiola’s Bayern Munich during his successful spell as Borussia Dortmund coach.

“I am really looking forward to it. They are an outstandingly good side and we are not too bad, so it will be a nice game.”

Arsenal, two points below City in fourth place, will look to build on Monday’s last-gasp 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion when they host Sam Allardyce’s Crystal Palace on New Year’s Day.

Arsene Wenger’s side had lost their two previous games and with Chelsea nine points above them, their margin for error is thin.

“If you have back-to-back losses then you have to go and make up for it in different games. Then you can catch up,” goalkeeper Petr Cech told the Arsenal website.

“There are still enough games to make up for our blip and I also think it’s impossible for our opponents to not drop points.”

Palace, held to a 1-1 draw by Watford on Monday in Allardyce’s first game in charge since succeeding the sacked Alan Pardew, sit two points above the relegation zone.

Manchester United have closed to within sight of Arsenal and will expect to record a fifth successive victory when 15th-place Middlesbrough visit on New Year’s Eve.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan netted a stunning ‘scorpion kick’ volley as Jose Mourinho’s men beat Sunderland 4-1 last time out, which was a further sign that belief has returned to Old Trafford.

“We have a lot of confidence now and we’re in good shape,” Daley Blind, who scored United’s opening goal, told MUTV.

“We need to work hard and keep that feeling up and win games. Of course we want to keep this run going and we’ll work hard to do that.”

Chastened champions Leicester City, three points above the drop zone, will hope to chase away some of the storm clouds overhead when they host a West Ham United team who are seeking a fourth successive win.


Friday (2000 GMT):

Everton v Hull

Saturday (1500 GMT unless otherwise stated):

Chelsea v Stoke, Leicester v West Ham, Liverpool v Man City (1730 GMT), Man Utd v Middlesbrough, Burnley v Sunderland, Southampton v West Brom, Swansea v Bournemouth


Arsenal v Crystal Palace (1600 GMT), Watford v Tottenham (1330 GMT)



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SPONSORED BY BUY656.COM: Serena Williams has used the social media platform Reddit to announce that she is engaged to its co-founder, Alexis Ohanian.

The tennis star made the announcement in the form of a poem.

She said he took her to Rome, where they first met, to propose to her – and she said yes.

It caps off a year in which Ms Williams won her seventh Wimbledon singles title and 22nd Grand Slam singles title, but dropped to world number two ranking.

Reddit is a social media community where users group around topics, news articles and discussion points, rather than around people they know in offline life.

Mr Ohanian founded it in 2005 alongside a college friend, Steve Huffman.

Ms Williams posted to r/isaidyes, a forum where users share their stories of wedding proposals, saying he had taken her to the table in Rome where they first met, where he got down on one knee and “said four words”.

One Reddit user responded by joking that the score was love-love.

Mr Ohanian and Ms Williams had kept their relationship quiet on social media and in the world of celebrity gossip, but rumours began to circulate last year that they might be romantically linked.

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• Troops arrest 1, 240 Boko Haram suspects

SPONSORED BY BUY656.COM: The Nigerian Army yesterday said it had recovered Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau’s Qur’an and flag in Camp Zero, the Boko Haram’s headquarters in Sambisa Forest.

The Theatre Commander of Operation Lafiya Dole, Major-Gen. Lucky Irabor, who said this while giving update on the ‘Operation Rescue Final’ in Maiduguri, added: “We believe that the Holy Book and the flag were abandoned by Abubakar Shekau while he escaped.”

The Book would be taken to the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Burutai, for onward presentation to Mr. President,” Irabor said.According to the theatre commander: “We have also made a lot of arrests. Boko Haram members are fleeing the warfront.

“We, therefore, warn residents of the state to be wary of people hiding in and around their houses. We are also warning residents to report any suspected Boko Haram members hiding in their houses to the relevant security agencies and any failure to do that would tantamount to supporting and sympathising with the sect’s activities,” Irabor said.

Irabor said troops arrested about 1, 240 suspected Boko Haram terrorists during a mop-up operation by troops inside the Sambisa forest.He stated that 413 of the suspects were adults; 323 were female adults; 251 male children, while 253 were female children. The theatre commander said that the suspects were apprehended during a mop-up operation against the sect members in the forest.

“We are still on the trail of the terrorists and I want to assure you that all escape routes have been blocked. Within this period, also, about 30 fleeing suspected Boko Haram members have surrendered to the Niger Multinational Troops on the shores of the lake Chad and we learnt that they were taken to Difa in the Niger Republic.

“The suspects include; 24 male and six females. “We would like to use this opportunity to encourage the terrorists to give up the fight because the window is still open,” the commander said.

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Tuesday, 27 December 2016 00:04

HIRING234: West Ham demolish Swansea 4-1

SPONSORED BY HIRING234.COM: West Ham cruised to a third straight win to plunge Swansea City deeper into Premier League relegation trouble and increase the pressure on manager Bob Bradley.

Former Swans forward Andre Ayew pounced on Lukasz Fabianski’s fumble to put the visitors ahead, before Winston Reid headed in from a corner to double their lead.

Michail Antonio added a third and, although Fernando Llorente scored late on for Swansea, Andy Carroll’s firm strike sealed a convincing West Ham victory.

Slaven Bilic’s side climb to 11th in the Premier League table, while Swansea remain second from bottom but now four points adrift of safety.

Where Bradley is concerned, a seventh defeat from his 11 matches in charge leaves the American in grave danger of losing his job less than three months after his appointment.

Swansea’s supporters called for his sacking during the second half, as well as accusing the club’s directors of greed following the Swans’ American takeover in the summer.

Pressure mounts on Bradley

Having won only two of his first 10 games at the helm, Bradley admitted before the match that his future could depend on the outcome of this fixture and the home encounter with Bournemouth on New Year’s Eve.

Swansea had unravelled with scant resistance to lose their previous two games, at Middlesbrough and West Brom 3-0 and 3-1 respectively, and they were similarly vulnerable against West Ham.

Since the American’s appointment in October the Swans had conceded 25 goals – more than any other Premier League side in the same period – and their 26th was as feeble as any they have let in.

Cheikhou Kouyate only managed a weak flick from Andy Carroll’s header, but Fabianski could only palm the ball into the path of Ayew, who tapped in from close range.

The goal created a sense of anxiety inside the Liberty Stadium, and that unease turned to wholehearted hostility after Reid extended West Ham’s lead.

Swansea’s supporters booed Bradley and chanted ‘You don’t know what you’re doing’, before turning their ire towards the Swans’ board as the prospect of relegation looms larger than ever.

West Ham revival continues

Unlike their opponents, West Ham entered this match with renewed optimism after successive 1-0 wins over Hull and Burnley had eased their own relegation fears.

Those were relatively hard-earned triumphs, but they were able to cruise to victory in south Wales without playing at their fluent best.

It was a straightforward afternoon for goalkeeper Darren Randolph and his defenders, who had little to worry about apart from the occasional long-range effort from Gylfi Sigurdsson.

In attack, West Ham were clinical on the break and from set-pieces, with midfielder Dimitri Payet increasingly influential in the second half.

Carroll also proved his worth with a typically abrasive display, capped with a goal which helped maintain the Hammers’ record of winning every Premier League match in which the striker has started since returning from injury.

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SPONSORED BY 234NAIRA.COM: The Sambisa forest, beginning from 2017 will serve as training ground for personnel of the Nigerian Army, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, the Chief of Army Staff, has announced in Damasak.

Buratai was in Damasak to celebrate the Christmas with troops of 145 Battalion after the road leading to the town was reopened by Governor Kashim Shettima, three years after closure.

The army chief said that troops were already conducting a mop up operation in the forest after the last strong hold of the Boko Haram terrorists was captured.

“We are also opening up roads to the forest – Sambisa, as well as Alagarno forest. This Sambisa forest is going to be one of our training grounds.

“Next year, 2017, I have already directed that we should conduct our Nigerian Army small arms championship in that forest.

“And we are going to use it also to test fire our fighting vehicles, as well as other key equipment and weapons that requires testing firing whenever we want to induct new weapon and equipment into the Nigerian army inventory.

“It will afford us very good ground for basic tactics and indeed advance tactics, including but not limited to tactics at the Platoon, company, battalion, Brigade and even division levels.

“We are going to make it more robust to make sure that these criminals do not come back to that forest again.

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