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Insecurity: COAS warns troops against indiscipline, indolence

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Chief of Military Employees, Lieutenant Basic Faruk Yahaya, has warned officers and troopers towards indiscipline, indolence, negligence and all untoward acts.

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The Military Boss gave the warning on Tuesday at a particular luncheon to mark Eid-El-Kabir Sallah celebrations organised for troops below Sector 2 Operation Hadin Kai in Yobe State.

Represented by Sector 2 Commander, Brigadier Basic Adamu Nura, the Three-Star Basic pledged to advertise benefit, applaud gallantry, rejoice excellence and honor heroes.

“It was in that spirit that I conferred the COAS Commendation Awards to some deserving officers and troopers on Tuesday sixth July, 2021 in the course of the NADCEL 2021.

“I may even see to our return to the cherished customs, ethics and traditions of the Nigerian Military. Whereas not compromising our funding within the officer cadres, I’m notably involved with the event of particular person soldier in addition to empowering the Regimental Sergeant Majors (RSMs) and the Senior Non-Commissioned Officers (SNCOs) in order that they’ll play their roles successfully as a bridge between the officers and troopers”, he stated.

For These wounded in motion, Basic Yahaya assured that they’d be adequately handled and their necessities similar to wheelchairs, prosthesis and different particular vocational coaching might be supplied.

“To our colleagues who’ve paid the supreme worth, we will proceed to do our greatest to make sure the consolation of their households, by means of immediate cost of all their entitlements, together with medical payments and faculty sponsorship of their youngsters”.

The Military Chief, nevertheless, appreciated the immense sacrifices of troops in Operations HADIN KAI, HADARIN DAJI, THUNDER STRIKE, WHIRL STROKE and all different operations the Nigeria Military engaged each within the nation and overseas.

He urged officers and troopers of the Nigerian Military to stay apolitical, proceed to discharge their duties professionally within the defence of the Fatherland and the Structure of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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