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Nigerian Military Police Set to Train on Counter-Terrorism

In accordance with FG’s plan to help the limit of Nigerian troops to fight radicals, the Federal Government is situated to incorporate counter-terrorism and counter-insurrection operations in the Nigeria military’s preparation program.

The Provost Marshal of the Nigerian armed force Major General Pat Akem uncovered this on Tuesday during the start of a four-day prisoner operations in Abuja. Akem said the military police will likewise prepare on universal compassionate law, human rights standards and prisoner operations.

Major General  Akem published the legal office will be revived as present security difficulties have made them look internal and prepare in the fundamentals included in counter-terrorism and counter insurrection. The Major General mourned the present security environment has hurled various novel difficulties that have tasked the abilities of not just the Nigerian Army Corps of Military Police, however the Army as a whole.

He noted the Nigerian Army take the engagements they are setting out upon genuinely and as being what is indicated the knowledge of the group from the United States of America (USA) embodying parts of staff of Defense Institute of Internal Legal Studies (DIILS), the workplace of executive marshal general, US armed force and the judge supporter general corps, will bring about their gaining best practices in discriminating ranges.

In helping make headway with Nigeria, President Jonathan has contributed colossal assets on the preparation and retraining of parts of the Nigerian military, para- military constrains, police and others.

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