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Soldiers destroy militia strongholds in Nasarawa, arrest spiritual leade

Soldiers of the 177 Guards Battalion, Keffi, have destroyed strongholds and camps used by militia groups terrorizing the people of Nasarawa state and surrounding areas.

Troops arrest five suspected militia in Nasarawa, recover arms

Troops of the 177 Guards Battalion of the Nigerian Army arrested five suspected militias at Ugyi town in Toto Local Government Area of Nasarawa state and recovered some arms from them during a raid.

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