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We will not tolerate cowardice – Nigerian Army warns personnel

The Nigerian Army has warned that it will not tolerate acts of cowardice from its personnel deploy in operations as sanction awaits those found exhibiting such.

Nigerian Army begins online registration of 77 regular recruits

The Lagos State Government on Thursday informed interested indigenes of the State that the online registration for the 77 Regular Recruits Intake screening exercise for Trades/Non Tradesmen and women into the Nigerian Army that commenced from 29th of December 2017 will end on the 9th February 2018.

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