In the latest update of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country, 241 new cases have been reported as of Tuesday evening, June 2nd by the National Centre for Disease Control. In a new update on their Twitter page, the NCDC reports that there’s new cases […]
Nigerian army has reacted to social media reports that its planning a nationwide ‘Operation Positive Identification’ (OPI) exercise. In a Twitter post today, the Army informed the public that the security advisory which is supposed to commence from November 1, 2019, to December 23, 2019, should be disregarded. The advisory which was doctored with the Army logo was quoted as “Planned Nationwide Military Operation by the Nigerian Armed Forces. It has been officially declared that effective from 1st November 2019 to 23rd December 2019, residents shall witness large numbers of uniformed Nigerian Army Personnel parading the roads in an exercise known as OPI”. The advisory added that residents should move around with valid means of identification, and obey all directives by security agents.The post #FakeNews: NigerianArmy reacts to reports of nationwide ‘Operation Positive Identification’ appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.