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PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by Kamanuozuzu: 8:55pm On Nov 17, 2016
The Nigerian military delegation visited Pakistan to seek for additional assistance in its fight against BokoHaram. Pakistan has been one of the countries suppling military equipments since the inception of insurgency in Nigeria.

Both countries have been caught up in similar challenges which necessitated for more formidable collaboration.

Below are pictures of Nigerian Army delegation being introduced to the Lightweight Sniper Rifle (LSR .338) at the Pakistan Ordnance Factories.

Source: http://www.adeolafayehun.com/2016/11/photos-nigerian-army-delegation.html?m=1#more

Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by ufuosman(m): 8:57pm On Nov 17, 2016
Men see tools.
Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by SamuelAnyawu(m): 9:00pm On Nov 17, 2016
Cute Sniper Rifle cool
Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by BigIyanga: 9:17pm On Nov 17, 2016
And this is a country that got her indepence in 1947-just 13 years older than Naija?? When i tell people that Naija has never been a great country, they get emotionally mad without looking at facts.
Btw, they have nuclear capability as well
Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by Progressive01(m): 9:26pm On Nov 17, 2016
SamuelAnyawu:
Cute Sniper Rifle cool
Friends of FFK would definitely not like this. cheesy
Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by ojun50(m): 9:39pm On Nov 17, 2016
Even if them Carry am come 9ja our military men go still complain
Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by psucc(m): 9:42pm On Nov 17, 2016
Funny govt and mumu followers.

Where are those gunboats that was on their way to Nigeria? How long will it take them to arrive? Rather than display their arrival, we are now going for another consignment that will never know the road to Nigeria.

By the way, why must we first empower Boko Haram before our security men.
Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by bosschinalu(m): 11:36pm On Nov 17, 2016
BigIyanga:
And this is a country that got her indepence in 1947-just 13 years older than Naija?? When i tell people that Naija has never been a great country, they emotionally mad without looking at factss.
Btw, they have nuclear capability as well


truth are bitterpillZ

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Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by OZAOEKPE(m): 11:43pm On Nov 17, 2016
Progressive01:
Friends of FFK would definitely not like this. cheesy
From Pakistan ba, soon baba would go to the Kurds for arms. Wake up bro, Donald Trump ti take over.

I love karma
Re: PHOTOS: Nigerian Army Delegation Inspecting Weapons In Pakistan by Mynd44: 2:28am On Nov 18, 2016

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