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Full List: 41 Nigerian Air Force officers redeployed in major shake up

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has announced a major shake up in its hierachy of leadership with the redeployment of 41 Senior Officers, mostly of the ranks of Air Commodores and Air Vice Marshals.

Nigerian Air Force releases posting, redeployment of 41 senior officers

​In a bid to strengthen the security and maintain peace and unity of the country the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on Sunday released the postings and redeployment of a total of 41 senior officers.

Nigerian Air Force promotes 50 senior officers

The Nigerian Air Force, NAF, Council has announced the promotion of its spokesperson and 49 senior officers to higher ranks.

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The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) yesterday said Boko Haram had been substantially degraded in the past three years as an organised sect.

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