New Posting for Nigerian Army Senior Officers

Posted: December 28, 2013 in Uncategorized

The Nigerian Army Headquarters has released its fourth quarter routine posting and appointment of senior officers.

This is contained in a statement issued in Abuja on Friday by Brig.-Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru, Director of Army Public Relations.

The statement said  some of the affected  officers included:  Maj.- Gen John Kwabe, now Chief of Logistics, Defence Headquarters and Maj.-Gen Ugo Buzugbe, Commander, Nigerian Army Armoured Corps,

It also named Maj.- Gen. Ebiobowei Awala, Military Secretary (Army), Maj.- Gen. Olufemi Adeosun, Director of Policy, Defence Headquarters, Maj.-Gen. John Nwaoga, General Officer Commanding 3 Division.

Others are Maj.-Gen Chris Olukolade, Director of Defence of Information, Maj.-Gen. Sunday Adebayo, Commander, Nigerian Army Education Corps and Maj.-Gen. Mohammed  Idris, Commandant, Nigerian Defence Academy.

It said Maj.-Gen Mobolaji Koleoso is Director, Armed Forces Simulation Centre, Maj.-Gen Letam Wiwa, Director, Military Intelligence, and Maj.-Gen Patrick Akem, is the Director, Legal Service (Army).

The statement also said that Maj.-Gen Charley Okoro is the Director, Peace Keeping Operations, Defence Headquarters, Maj.-Gen Obidah Ethan, is now the Chief of Civil/Military Affairs, and Maj- Gen Junaid Bindawa, General Officer Commanding 7 Division,

Maj.-Gen Modibbo Alkali is Commandant Nigerian Army School of Artillery, Maj.- Gen. Shehu Yusuf, is now the  Commandant, Depot, Nigerian Army, and  Maj.-Gen Ahmed Mohammed, Commander, Nigerian Army Training Centre.

Maj.-Gen Iliyasu Abbah is Commander, Joint Task Force (Operation Pulo Shield), while Brig.-Gen Arinze Ebenebe, is the Commandant, Warrant Officers Academy and Brig.-Gen Ebenezer Ogundana is Director of Army Reserve Recruitment and Resettlement.

Brig.-Gen. Kasimu Abdulkarim is Director of Physical Training, Brig.-Gen Enitan Ransome-Kuti is now the Commander, Multi-National Joint Task Force and Brig.- Gen. Ibe Nicholas is the Commander, 23 Brigade.

Brig.-Gen. Ohifeme Ejemai is Commander, 9 Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Bright Fibionumama, Commander 3 Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru, Commander 13 Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Mustapha Onoyiveta, Head Nigerian Army  Operations Monitoring Team, and  Brig.- Gen. Lanre Bello, Commander, 34 Brigade

Brig.-Gen Olajide Laleye is Director, Army Public Relations, among others.

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