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2018: More Crocodile Smile, Python Dance coming – COAS Buratai

The Nigerian Army will conduct more exercises in 2018 to assist civil authorities to deal with internal security challenges in parts of the country, the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, has said.

Nigerian Army offers free medical aid to 7,000 people in Cross River

More than 7,000 people including women and children have benefited from the Nigerian Army’s free medical services in ten villages across Cross River State of the southern region of the country.

Operation Python Dance: 106 criminals arrested, 26 guns recovered – Nigerian Army

The Nigerian Army said on Monday that its troops arrested 106 suspected armed robbers, kidnappers and cult members during the just concluded Operation Python Dance in the five South-East states.

Operation Python Dance ends in South East

The General Officer Commanding, 82 Division Nigerian Army, Major General Adamu Baba Abubakar, represented the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, to formally declare the end of Exercise EGWU EKE 11, also known as Operation Python Dance II.

Nigerian Army restates aims of Operation Python Dance, says exercise ends Oct. 14

The 82 Division of the Nigerian Army said that its Field Training Exercise Codenamed Exercise EGWU EKE (Python Dance) II, currently going on the South-eastern part of the country will last till 14th October 2017.

Operation Python Dance to be staged every year in South-East – Army

The Nigerian Army on Sunday said Operation Python Dance, which is currently going on in the South-East, would be staged in the region every year.

Operation Python Dance ends October – Army

Nigerian Army High Command has said that a Field Training Exercise Codenamed Exercise EGWU EKE (Python Dance ) II, which started on 15th September and will last till 14th October 2017.

IPOB: Politicians attempting to set people against military in South-East – Nigerian Army

The Nigerian Army has accused some unnamed politicians of attempting to cause crisis between its personnel and people in the South-east zone for their selfish interest as it launches exercise “Python Dance II.”

Operation Python Dance, forceful military occupation of Igbo land – ADF

The group reminded the army that the duty of the military is to protect the country from external aggression, pointing out that the maintenance of internal security falls on the jurisdiction of the Nigerian Police and not the army.

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