Army deploys soldiers to Guinea Bissau for Operational Peacekeeping.

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The Nigerian Army says it has deployed 173 officers and soldiers to Guinea Bissau on an ECOWAS peacekeeping Operation.

Chief of Operations, Army Headquarters, Oluwafemi Akinjobi, announced this on Thursday at the graduation and pre-deployment training of the troops from the Martin Luther Agwai Peacekeeping Centre in Jaji, Kaduna State.

While addressing the troops, the Chief of Operations, warned the contingent to abide by the rules of engagement and respect the cultural sensitivity of the people of Guinea Bissau.

Written by: Helen Obih

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