APC tasks new COAS on consolidation of war against insugency, criminality

The All Progressives Congress (APC) to consolidate on the successes recorded sod far in the war against insugency a criminality by his predecessors The party in a statement Tuesday  issued by its National Caretaker Secretary,  Senator John  AkpanUdoedehe said it welcomed President Muhammadu Buhari’i choice and appointment of Major General Farouk Yahaya as the new Chief of Army Staff (COAS). 

“On behalf of the National Chairman of the Party’s Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC), H.E. Governor Mai Mala Buni, we urge the new Chief of Army Staff to consolidate on the successes  recorded by the military in tackling all security threats in the country. 

“This could be achieved and deepened sustainably through increased collaboration among the security services and communities. More vigilance and increased cooperation and support through sharing information can pave way for faster mopping up the remnants of the insurgents and ending banditry and kidnapping in parts of the country. 

The APC noted with satisfaction that the President Buhari-led administration has prioritised the provision of more and advanced equipment for the armed forces which has enhanced their operational capability against elements posing threats to the country’s internal security. 

“A battlefield commander with considerable experience, Major General Farouk Yahaya will as Chief of Army Staff, lead a thoroughly professional, adequately equipped and highly motivated officers and troops in their duty of protecting the territorial integrity of our country.

“We are confident that the new Chief of Army Staff will repose the President’s confidence in him by doing everything to stem the tide of insecurity. The success of the military is our collective success as a party and nation. 

“The APC as an institution congratulates the new Chief of Army Staff and wish him success in his new, important and strategic national assignment, ” the statement noted.

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