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New GOC, others appointed as Army retires 7 generals

From MOLLY KILETE, Abuja

A minor shake-up has taken place in the Nigerian Army following the retirement of some senior officers mostly in the ranks of major generals.

Among those retired are the former Chief of Training and Operations (CTOP) at the Defence Headquarters (DHQ), Major General Lawrence Ngubane, Commander, Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), Major General Babagana Mungono, Commander, Nigerian Army School of Artillery, Major General Kwaskebe, former Co-ordinator, in-charge of AFISMA, Major General Ugwu and former Commander, Defence Industries Corporation (DICON), Major General Maduegbunam.

Consequently, Major General O. T. Etan, former Commander, Army Headquarters Garison (AHQG), has been appointed the General Officer Commanding (GOC) of the newly created 7 Division in Maiduguri, while Major General T. I. Dibi is now the commander, Army Headquarters Garrison.

Major General P. J. Isang is now the Chief of Training and Operations at the DHQ, while Major General J.A.H. Ewansia, former Joint Task Force (JTF), Commander in Maiduguri is now the Chief of Standards and Evaluation (CASE) at the Army Headquarters, Abuja, Major General Arende is now in charge of DICON, while Major General Abdulkadir is now the commander TRADOC.

 

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5 Comments

  1. Daniel September 4, 2013 at 7:18 am

    Two Igbo generals retired none promoted, daz marginalisation!

  2. victor pav September 4, 2013 at 8:03 am

    No tiv man nko? whether retired or promoted its a pity this man GEJ hates tiv people

  3. efo September 4, 2013 at 9:29 am

    This shake up is not minor,it`s a major one and it`s lopesided.No single Igbo man promoted after two were retired,nonsense.

  4. Owerri September 4, 2013 at 2:23 pm

    Clear indication of Awusa marginalisation against Igbos in all spheres of life in this country just to appease the likes of Kwankwaso’s , Nyako’s and Lamido’s.
    We have lost out on two good generals without replacement all sacrificed on the so-called national cohesion. This nonsense should be put to rest because my people have sacrificed a lot on blood letting , job denial , altering of deserved positions , lack of federal presence , this country is owned by Awusa Fulani indeed.
    The little opportunity garnered by the South South out of providence is being challenged vehemently using some stooge in the S.W, S.E and S. South to scuttle only but only ever known opportunity.

  5. Sunday Ekoja September 6, 2013 at 10:53 am

    It’s a pity that Ndigbo are being marginalized by their own son, Ihejirika and probably a president of southern extraction. My own Idoma people did not benefit anything from the changes.

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