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Nigerian Armed Forces
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Nigerian Defence Forces Flag.svg
Current form 1960
Service branches Army, Navy, Air Force
Leadership
President of Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan
Defence Minister of Nigeria Muhammed Halliru Bello
Chief of Defence Staff Vice Admiral Ola Sa'ad Ibrahim
Manpower
Available for
military service
26,802,678[1] males, age 18-49 (2005 est.),
25,668,446 females, age 18-49 (2005 est.)
Fit for
military service
15,052,914 males, age 18-49 (2005 est.),
13,860,806 females, age 18-49 (2005 est.)
Reaching military
age annually
1,353,180 males (2005 est.),
1,329,267 females (2005 est.)
Active personnel 85,000 (ranked 51)
Expenditures
Percent of GDP 1.5% (2006)
Related articles
History Military history of Nigeria
Congo Crisis
Biafran War
Sierra Leone Civil War
Conflict in the Niger Delta

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  1. For updated figures see CIA, World Fact Book - Nigeria