TWO PART SERIES PART 1 Conventional warfare is on the verge of extinction. This has become an obvious trend with innumerable adversaries engaging the Nigerian military in unconventional ways with … Continue reading Are Inter-State Conflicts Going Extinct?
With the ever increasing tactical aircraft and UAV presence in Nigeria’s traditional adversaries, and recent pledges by the United States to gradually give these countries access, and eventually full control … Continue reading Air Defence: The Need for Improvisation.
Fourteen African countries continue to pay colonial tax to France 50 years after their independence. This system is an abomination destined to keep African countries poor forever! Here are some excerpts from … Continue reading The 11 Components of the French Colonial Tax in Africa
It’s no secret that Nigeria’s technological revolution since the return of democratic rule in 29 May, 1999 has been reflected in space. In addition to Nigeria’s growing economic power and … Continue reading The Surprising Scale of Nigerias Space Program.
Like democracy, our West African allies are our worst option except for all the others. They need us need and we need them—let’s not call the whole thing off. It’s … Continue reading The New Threat to Nigeria: ECOWAS.
Nigeria is experiencing a major conflict between nomadic herdsmen and indigenous farmers. In 2016, the conflict led to the death of 2,500 people, displaced 62,000 others and led to loss … Continue reading Nigeria’s conflict is a result of environmental devastation across West Africa
The recent disparagement meted on Nigeria by Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo Speech at 2018 Oxford Africa Conference in London is a clear symptoms of how successful the Powers that be have … Continue reading Response to Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo Disparagement of Nigeria.
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari arrived the Kingdom of Morocco earlier today, on a 2-day Official Visit at the invitation of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, where he is given a red … Continue reading He is the Most Powerful Man in Black Africa.
The destruction of Libya and the subsequent murder of Muammar Ghadafi should have rung alarm bells in Abuja. This was an unprecedented event, the application of NATO Power in … Continue reading Part 2. Is the Golden Age of English Speaking West Africa Gone
I pity any country in the region that will come up against Nigeria’s combat helicopter fleet. With the notable exception of France. The synergy with air and land forces and … Continue reading Nigeria’s Fearsome Helicopter Gunship Fleet.