The U.S. government has approved a U.S.$600 million sale of high-technology attack planes and equipment to Nigeria. The U.S. hopes to aid Nigeria in their fight against Boko Haram and other extremists, despite concerns about human rights abuses by Nigerian security forces.
Military Commended for U.S. Bomber Jets Purchase to Fight Terror
This Day, 11 August 2017
Concerned Professionals Congress (CPC) has lauded the Nigerian military led by the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin, for securing the recent… Read more »
Boko Haram - Centre Hails Trump Over Sale Approval of Aircraft to Nigeria
Vanguard, 7 August 2017
The Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency (CESJET) has hailed the United States President, Donald Trump over the approval of the sale of 12 Embraer A-29 Super Tucano… Read more »
U.S. Approves Sale of N219 Billion Attack Planes to Nigeria
Premium Times, 4 August 2017
The United State government has approved the sale of 12 high-tech attack aircraft worth N219 billion ($600 million) to Nigeria's Air Force for the fight against the violent… Read more »
U.S. Approves Super Tucano Attack Planes for Nigeria
This Day, 4 August 2017
After years of foot-dragging, the US State Department has finally approved a $593 million sale to Nigeria of A-29 Super Tucano attack planes with associated parts, training,… Read more »
A-29 Super Tucano.
Nigerian Defence Headquarters has reacted to a United States State Department report on counter-insurgency efforts against Boko Haram terrorists in the north-east. Read more »
U.S. President Donald Trump's administration has agreed to sell high-tech aircraft to Nigeria for its campaign against the armed group Boko Haram. Read more »
U.S. Senators Cory Booker and Rand Paul have cited multiple incidents in which the Nigerian military had flouted the laws of war, leading to concerns around how these additional ... Read more »
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