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The Ovie of Ewu Kingdom in the Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State, Clement Ikolo, Urhukpe 1, has surrendered himself to the police. This decision comes on the heels of the Defence Headquarters declaring him and seven others wanted on Thursday at a briefing in Abuja in connection to the killing of military […]

The burial ceremony for the 17 military personnel killed in Delta State is underway. On March 14, military personnel comprising four officers, and 13 soldiers were gruesomely murdered by some irate youths in the Okuama community during a peace mission. Here are their profiles as contained in the programme of events for the slain personnel’s […]

The Indigenous People of Biafra criticized the Nigerian military for declaring its Head of Directorate of State, Chika Edoziem, wanted, along with other individuals referred to as “bandits” and “terrorists.” The pro-Biafran group stated that including Edoziem's name with other “bandits” and “terrorists” is disrespectful to the IPOB global community. This information was shared in a statement […]

The Defence Headquarters reports that soldiers have killed 106 terrorists and captured 103 in various missions across the country in the past week. The Director, Defence Media Operations, Maj. Gen. Edward Buba, shared this information while providing an update on the operations in a statement on Friday in Abuja. Buba mentioned that the troops also arrested 22 perpetrators in the process.

The Defence Headquarters on Monday promised that there would be appropriate responses and severe consequences for the killers of its personnel in Delta State. No less than 15 military personnel were killed during a communal clash over a land dispute in Bomadi and Okuoma communities in Delta State. The personnel were part of the 181 Amphibious Battalion […]

The names and photos of the Nigerian Army commander, three officers, and 12 soldiers who were killed by attackers in Delta community have been disclosed. The Defence Headquarters shared their photos and names on X account on Monday. The deceased soldiers, serving with the 181 Amphibious Battalion, were on a mission to calm community conflicts in […]