It said that the first two phases of the training were conducted between April and August, 2014, noting that it had provided untrained civilian personnel with basic soldiering skills.
A statement from the Information Office of the US Embassy in Abuja, on Monday, regretted what it described as the premature termination of the exercise programme, which it said would have trained the Nigerian soldiers to build their capacity to counter the Boko Haram terrorists.
The US government, however, said it would continue other aspects of the extensive bilateral security relationship, as well as all other assistance programmes.
The statement read, “At the request of the Nigerian government, the United States will discontinue its…
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