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The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya has tasked the General Officers Commanding and Brigade Commanders to devise multidimensional, multidisciplinary, and multifaceted approaches to defeat all adversaries and challenges confronting the nation now.
He also disclosed that despite contemporary security challenges, the Nigerian Army under his leadership is being repositioned to conduct its operations efficiently.
Lt Gen Yahaya made gave to this order at the second Senior Command and Leadership Seminar held at the 1 Division Auditorium, Kaduna.
He said this has become imperative in order to defeat the myriad of adversaries behind threats to the internal security of the country.
Director Army Public Relations, Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu in a statement said the seminar targeted incumbent and potential  General Officers Commanding (GOC) and Brigade Commanders.
According to the COAS, the Army will be better positioned under the current leadership through effective training and re-training.
He said the training will improve the capacity of the Army to checkmate security challenges currently bedeviling the country.
He assured that mechanisms are already in motion to reinvigorate training and to effectively plan and conduct operations, drawing lessons from previous operations.
Lt Gen Yahaya urged the senior officers to make the utmost use of the opportunities offered by the seminar.
Addressing participants at the seminar, the General Officer Commanding 1 Division, Nigerian Army, Maj Gen Kabiru Mukhtar, noted that the seminar is a clear indication of the premium the Chief of Army Staff places on quality leadership in the Nigerian Army.
He stressed that contemporary threats and the operating environment demand innovative leadership and competence from commanders.
He further declared that operations under the Division have yielded remarkable successes leading to a marked decline in security incidents in the Division’s Area of Responsibility.
Furthermore, he attributed the achievements to the concerted effort of troops of the Division and sister security agencies, under the guidance of the Chief of Army Staff.
Present at the event were  General Martin Luther Agwai (Rtd) former Chief of Defence Staff, who delivered the keynote address, Maj Gen  Chris Olukolade, former Director Defence Information, Maj Gen Lawrence Ngubane former Chief of Operations, as well as principal staff officers from the Army Headquarters, Corps Commanders, Commanders of military Institutions, formations and other security agencies.

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