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Friday, 7 August 2015

Photos: Senior British Military officers visit to DHQ

Senior British military officers led by British Deputy Chief of Defence Staff on Military Strategy and Operations, Lieutenant General Gordon Messenger, yesterday August 6th paid a courtesy call on the Nigeria Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Gabriel Olonisakin at the Defence HQ, Abuja.

The British military hierarchy pledged Britain's continued support to the Nigerian military in the fight against Boko Haram. More photos from the meeting after the cut...



40 comments:

jabulani said...

Hopefully this bokoharam issue will be a thing of the past very soon

Joblesshousewife said...

Boko haram is in trouble....

Anonymous said...

Chai. See as dem smart...see our belle!

Nwa Amaka said...

Smart people. Strategies well oh.

ed DREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said..
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Thats nice of them though....
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***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

Juliet Iwuno said...

Oh yes o! Way to go my people. With God on our side we shall overcome dem Boko boys. Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Oh yes o! Way to go my people. With God on our side we shall overcome dem Boko boys. Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Oh yes o! Way to go my people. With God on our side we shall overcome dem Boko boys. Linda take note!

CHRISTOPHER FORTUNE said...

Nigeria chief of defense looking at the guy in the first picture without confidence. Inferiority complex na mad thing

Anonymous said...

all of you that were posting comparison between Jonathan's service chiefs and buhari's,oya compare our chief of army staff and the briton.....nonsense

Click For Sex said...

Defence Men

christie benjamin said...

Words are cheap....

Amaka Ngenegbo said...

Nice one. welcome.









#TeamBlessed#

Micheal Lawson said...

Thats a welcome develotment

Ngene Olivia said...

Ok






#ITwillONLYgetBETTER
#itMUSTendINpraise

Anonymous said...

OUR OWN DE CHOP,DRNK DE FAT UP NO DE EXERCISE, NO DE DO RIGOURS TRAININ....CHOPIN MONY LEVEL C DS OYIBO LUKIN SMART EVN WEN SITTED....TOMJERRYSWIT

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Okay

Anonymous said...

Some people will still see nothing good in this government. Smh

Anonymous said...

why is he looking like a visitor while the other guy is relaxed and taking charge?

Anonymous said...

no offence @M.G Gabriel did you have to sit that way..lol..smh..

Edem Christabel said...

Seen

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Hmmmmmm. Nice one frm them and I wish them all d best thereof thumbs up and more power to their elbows.

edu said...

LET US SEE RESULT OF ALL THIS PAPER HELP FROM THESE GREEDY OYINBO MERCHANTS

AC£S said...

alan blessing said...

Oyinbo pple are afraid to give Nigerian army weapons bcos our force men are not trustworthy...they are afraid it might end up in d hands of jahadists..so dey will just come n c how u pple are doing and go back Finish.

Anonymous said...

My people, Please look closely at both military officers. One looks so fit and athletic though older while the other one looks pregnant. Na wa ooooooooooooo

irabo bobby fera favor said...

Nice one

Anonymous said...

see difference in posture...
why our own dey cross hand like woman

Jasmine Joseph said...

The furniture looks so new, e be like say dem just buy am

Jasmine Joseph said...

The furniture looks so new, e be like say dem just buy am

Anonymous said...

Its not enough to just come, look around, pledge fake support that they know they can't keep,and then go away. All this na for show. I hope Nigerian military is not gullible enough to fall for that mess...getting tiresome.

Mihearty said...

What's the way forward! Am tired of all these shit!

ONYI P.K. said...

Not only is our Chief of Defence staff looking frightened, even before a British DEPUTY Chief of Defence Staff, other military officers around did not show any confidence at all. A close observation reveals that whilst the British officers crossed their legs which depicts confidence, ours sat loosely as if they were being interrogated.

Anonymous said...

You africans want everything for free?
Who told u both parties dont know what they stand to benefit from d symbiosis?
U think it is commensalism?
Keep demonising successful people- itz in d african blood.

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Hmmmmmm. Nice one frm them and I wish them all d best thereof thumbs up and more power to their elbows.

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Hmmmmmm. Nice one frm them and I wish them all d best thereof. Thumbs up and more power to their elbows.

Asi-oqua Bassey said...

An observation, the British officers crossed their legs, is it some sort of military tradition for them to do so while seated?

I B M bolubantin said...

We need all the support we can get

Anonymous said...

How do they want to support Nigeria when they are also constraint by the nonsense Leihy law of USA? They have been pledging support since and we have not seen any physical or technical support from anyone....Conspiracy!!!!!!
They should leave us alone. Baba have challenged our Ministry of Defense to define a means of local production of weapon & we shall succeed on it.
Then, they will all soak in shame.

Callistus Ezeji said...

Good

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