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2023 Election: Lt.- Gen Yahaya Urges Officers To Be Apolitical

2023 Election: Lt.- Gen Yahaya Urges Officers To Be Apolitical

Lt. Gen Faruk Yahaya, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) has urged officers of the Nigerian Army to remain apolitical while providing an enabling environment for the running of 2023 general elections. Information Guide Nigeria

“At this juncture, let me hasten to remind us that the nation is currently preparing for general elections. All personnel must remain apolitical while providing an enabling and secured environment for electoral processes to thrive,” he said.

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The COAS made this known during the second quarter Chief of Army Staff conference in Abuja on Tuesday.

The Army Chief also ordered a review of rules of engagement and code of conduct for operation safe-conduct for soldiers during the elections. jamb results

“In this regard, I directed the review of Rules of Engagement and Code of Conduct for Operation SAFE CONDUCT and the approved guidelines would be conveyed to you soon. The Nigerian Army will continue to enhance its Civil-Military relations efforts and provide the necessary support in aid of the civil authority” he said.

He said the successes achieved in military operations were facilitated by the commitment of the political leadership toward enhancing operational competencies of the Nigerian Army as well as its general logistics, welfare, and wellbeing of the troops.

General Yahaya said troops in the North East of Operation HADIN KAI have sustained the onslaught against the terrorists leading to the clearance of the several criminal enclaves and the surrendering of large numbers of insurgents and their families.

He stated that concrete effort has also been made to contain and checkmate the secessionist activities in the South East and illegal oil bunker activities in the South-South.

He said while the South West has remained relatively calm, the Army has reinvigorated operations across North Central and North West theatres which are yielding positive results.

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