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Terrorism: Japan donates $329,000 to Nigeria’s army centre

Nigerian Army’s Martin Luther Agwai International Leadership and Peacekeeping Centre has received a donation of $329,000 from the Government of  Japan to boost its fight…

Nigerian Army’s Martin Luther Agwai International Leadership and Peacekeeping Centre has received a donation of $329,000 from the Government of  Japan to boost its fight against terrorism.

The fund, according to the Japanese envoy in Nigeria, Yutaka Kikuta, will be used to update the centre’s curricula on counter-terrorism, protection of civilians and prevention of irregular migration among others.

Kikuta, represented by Mathew Alao, said the Japanese government, in partnership with the United Nation Development Fund, supported the centre with the fund following its achievements in the fight against terrorism and peace support operations.

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