That means we can expect a cascade of photographs to be released in the days ahead. Hopefully, clear emphasis was placed on hardware systems which is what sells the story best.

We are all starting to read from the same page. Better coverage beckons.

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  1. asorockweb says:

    Looks like the same helicopter company from Georgia that provided the transport for NOI flight to Chibok.

  2. Are James says:

    Beegie is finally getting his voice harkened to as per pro-active information management.
    We will soon see real visual news.

    Note the another hired chopper once again, for those who have been saying its been all Nigerian weapons, Nigerian vehicles, Nigerian troops, Nigerian aircraft, Nigerian UAVs, Nigerian missiles, Nigerian diesel, Nigerian everything…

    • asorockweb says:

      Why don’t you want it to be Nigerian everything?

      Am surprise they went as far as Georgia. I wonder if “AirCompany Tusheti” also services our oil industry.

      In any event these auxiliary services are vital. I am pretty certain we don’t have enough air transport to do PR, logistics and surveillance, all at the same time.

  3. asorockweb says:

    Slowly, but surely, we are converging on a single uniform.

  4. engineerboat says:

    Little by Little we are getting their @GenChriOlukolade, doing it it as expected.
    BEEGEAGLES kudos,
    Truth may be silence sometimes, but we must keep our contributions and suggestions flowing in, those at the top are surely listening to us.

  5. Henry says:

    Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Kenneth Minimah, disclosed this at the end of his tour of army formations in Lagos, saying that the new uniforms are currently being sewn at the Nigerian Army Tailoring Department in Yaba. – See more at:

    The Nigerian Army’s new camouflage pattern are a fantastic sight. More delighting is the fact they are made in Nigeria. This is the sort of development I like to see.

  6. beegeagle says:

    🙂 I can see Mohaammmad Abdulkadir of the NTA seated next to Gen Olukolade

  7. Manny Aydel says:

    @GenBeegs, finally, finally…Kudos to Gen Chris. More of this sir!

  8. CHYDE says:

    I wonder who this expatrate is and who he represents .

  9. rugged7 says:

    Nice one from Oga Kolade.
    Who can identify the rest of the media organisations??
    We should not forget to include Oga Beegs, Xinhua, Arise news and RT…
    Meanwhile, NA maintains the tempo…

  10. NIce start by gen Olukolade but not enough. we need to srzly up the propaganda ante. the Nigerian media space needs to be awash with our success stories, pictures and maybe videos. social media included. the NA needs to
    ‘leak” a steady stream of stories

  11. Omonon says:

    Interesting!!! Good news!!! Kudos Oga Beegs!!!

    Hope these journalists would do a thorough job for us ooooo.

    There is need to dismantle the shameful propaganda of the west and chad.
    Oga beeg, your voice is being heard oooooo.


  12. Kola Adekola says:

    Right move by General Olukolade. We can now begin telling our own story and not allowing others define us.

    Oga Beegs must de deh sha, or we no go gree!

  13. emereuwa says:

    And why is the #1 Nigerian military news correspondent, Field Marshal Beegs not there?
    The list must be revised. Oga Kolade, please we have a say in this oo. Anything less is disagreeable.

  14. Obix says:

    Join the #takebeagalong movement 🙂

  15. Obix says:

    #takebeegalong 🙂

  16. rugged7 says:

    Nigeria must keep an eye on the U.S, they have an agenda against Nigeria which is obfuscated…
    The same old narratives about Nigerian military and human rights.
    Maybe they mean homosexual rights? thatz where their problem lies…

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