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Chief Of Army Advises Troops To Be More Committed

Chief Of Army Advises Troops To Be More Committed       

Faruk Yahaya, the Nigerian Army Chief Lieutenant General has advised troops to show more commitment in carrying out their assigned duties, to intentionally put an end to banditry in the Northern region of Nigeria.

Yahaya said this in Sokoto while conversing with soldiers at Giginya barracks. Information Guide Nigeria

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In a statement by Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu, the Army Public Relations Director said the COAS, while making this charge on the commitment of the troops, pledged to look into the wellbeing of the soldiers.

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The Chief of Army also warned troops to avoid any act of misconduct that could stop their operations across the nation. He said that disciplinary measures would be taken against anyone found that misbehaves.

Brigadier General Yahaya also commissioned twenty blocks of accommodation for soldiers in Giginya Barracks.

In Yahaya words: “The blocks, which have the capacity to accommodate 120 families, is to alleviate the accommodation challenges faced by personnel in the barracks,” jamb results

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