The Nigerian Army Head-Quarters revealed that they will be partnering with the South Korean Army to training personnel.
Military to partner with South Korea
The present security challenges in Nigeria are not peculiar to the country, adding that countries are faced with various challenges.
This was posted on the Army's Twitter timeline.
The Chief of Army staff, Lt Gen TY Buratai said he was "satisfied the training exchange programme between the two armies which have spanned for decades and promised to maintain the excellent relationship existing between them."
Buratai said this while meeting with the South Korean Defence attaché (DA) to Nigeria, Navy Captain Shin Jae Sung.
On his part, Jae Sung said his visit was aimed at "seeking for an improved military collaboration as regards training and capacity building."
Adding that "the present security challenges in Nigeria are not peculiar to the country, adding that countries are faced with various challenges."
He also said "the situation in Nigeria is similar to Korea’s and as such, there is need to enhance combat strategies between the two nations."
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