Army redeploy anti-Boko Haram war Commander, 13 generals

Army redeploy anti-Boko Haram war Commander, 13 generals

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Anti-Boko Haram war Commander who was seen in a viral video reportedly complaining about the State of fighting equipment in the North-East and 13 other Major-generals have been redeployed including the Theatre Commander of Operation Lafiya Dole, Maj. Gen.  Olusegun Adeniyi, who has been replaced by Maj. Gen. Faruk Yahaya by the Nigerian Army authorities.

Adeniyi who was seen in the video two days ago, has been moved to the Nigerian Army Resource Centre as a Senior Research Fellow.

The acting Director, Army Public Relations, Colonel Sagir Musa,  said in a statement  the redeployment  was  to “rekindle the spirit of professionalism and  approved by the Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Tukur Buratai” in a routine exercise intended to reinvigorate the system.

Musa said, “The major highlights of the posting include the posting and appointment of Major General  A.C. Agundu from  the Special Task Force, Operation Safe Haven, to the Nigerian Army Resource Centre, Abuja, as a Senior Research Fellow; Major  General  H.I. Bature from  Defence Headquarters, Liaison Office National Assembly, Abuja, to the Army Headquarters, Department of Civil Military Affairs and appointed Chief of Civil-Military Affairs.

“Also, Major  General  U.M. Mohammed from Nigerian Army Property Limited (has been moved) to the Office of the Chief of Army Staff and appointed Special Adviser, Nigerian Army University, Biu.

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“Major  General  F. Yahaya has been moved from  Headquarters, 1 Division, Kaduna, to Headquarters, Theatre Command, Operation Lafiya Dole, Maiduguri,  and appointed Commander, while Major  General  O.G. Adeniyi is redeployed from Headquarters, Theatre Command to the NARC as a Senior Research Fellow.”

Some brigadier generals and some colonels are also affected in the exercise, according to the army spokesman.

He said, “The  postings and appointments take effect from April 1. While wishing all the officers well in their respective appointments, the Chief of Army Staff enjoins them to take their new responsibilities and appointments seriously and discharge all duties professionally with utmost loyalty to Nigeria.

MAJOR-GENERAL OLUSEGUN ADENIYI
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