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No arms fund missing under my stewardship, says Buratai

“Interestingly, NSA Babagana Monguno has denied making such accusations. We, therefore, urge members of the public to discountenance any such misquoted narrative suggesting sleaze on the integrity of Rtd Lt Gen T.Y. Buratai.

Reward for Success: Olowu of Kuta honours Tukur Buratai with thanksgiving

“Kuta and Buratai family, we have struck a cord that cannot be broken. We are still thinking of what we can do in this community to immortalize him apart from naming the bailey bridge built in Kuta kingdom. We are not a friend of COAS office alone, we are friends for life,”

Breaking: Buratai, Olonisakin, others confirmed as non-career ambassadors

Nigerians had condemned their nomination, noting that it was a plan to shield them from prosecution by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for alleged abuses committed by the Nigerian military under their watch.

Be ready to move to Sambisa, Buratai tells recruits

It is not yet late, if you have any doubt if you are not ready for discipline and loyalty at any point, then you can stand up and go. There is no room for laziness and indiscipline in the army and no room for malingering.”

Army chief, Buratai poses with snake in his farm, keeps mum on Katsina abduction

"The Chief of the Army Staff visited his snake farm today," Musa wrote on a Whatsapp platform, showing Buratai's pictures, despite the army's spokesman not forthcoming on the steps taken by the military to rescue the abducted schoolboys.

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The Nigeria’s Predicament: nepotism, corruption and calamitous tragedy of leadership

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