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Nigerian Army Dedicated To Safeguarding Peace In W/Africa – Irabor

The Armed Forces of Nigeria have remained dedicated to safeguarding peace in the West African subregion, according to CDS Gen. Lucky Irabor.

Irabor made this statement on Friday during a meeting with Maj.-Gen. Prince Charles Johnson, the chief of staff for the Liberian armed forces, in Abuja.

He claimed that the Nigerian military was pleased to have actively supported efforts to bring peace to Liberia during times of security difficulties.

He reassured the Liberian military chief that the Nigerian military will continue to provide the necessary assistance to the Liberian armed forces in enhancing their capacity to carry out the duties of defending and securing their country.

He asserted that President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed his strong support for the involvement of the Nigerian armed forces in Liberia.

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He claims that this is in keeping with Buhari’s commitment to maintaining stability and peace in Africa.

Johnson earlier praised Nigerian military personnel for their crucial contribution to the restoration of stability and peace in Liberia.

He noted the long-standing bilateral defense ties between Nigeria and Liberia, noting that the Nigerian military’s sacrifices had contributed to 17 years of largely peaceful and stable conditions in Liberia.

The Liberian military chief noted that he completed his senior military course at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College in Nigeria, in Jaji, Kaduna State, and that he was pleased to be present at the college’s Senior Course 44 graduation on Thursday.

He explained that the purpose of the tour was to look for methods to strengthen the defense connections already in place to counter the current dangers facing the subregion.

He added that the members of the Liberian armed forces were already benefiting from the training agreement with the Nigerian military forces.

He further stated that future threats to Liberia and Africa would be addressed with the knowledge and experience gained from their Nigerian counterparts.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the Liberian military commander also paid a visit to the heads of the three services in their workplaces at the Armed Forces Complex and asked for ongoing support for his country’s armed forces.

NAN

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The Armed Forces of Nigeria have remained dedicated to safeguarding peace in the West African subregion, according to CDS Gen. Lucky Irabor.

Irabor made this statement on Friday during a meeting with Maj.-Gen. Prince Charles Johnson, the chief of staff for the Liberian armed forces, in Abuja.

He claimed that the Nigerian military was pleased to have actively supported efforts to bring peace to Liberia during times of security difficulties.

He reassured the Liberian military chief that the Nigerian military will continue to provide the necessary assistance to the Liberian armed forces in enhancing their capacity to carry out the duties of defending and securing their country.

He asserted that President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed his strong support for the involvement of the Nigerian armed forces in Liberia.

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He claims that this is in keeping with Buhari’s commitment to maintaining stability and peace in Africa.

Johnson earlier praised Nigerian military personnel for their crucial contribution to the restoration of stability and peace in Liberia.

He noted the long-standing bilateral defense ties between Nigeria and Liberia, noting that the Nigerian military’s sacrifices had contributed to 17 years of largely peaceful and stable conditions in Liberia.

The Liberian military chief noted that he completed his senior military course at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College in Nigeria, in Jaji, Kaduna State, and that he was pleased to be present at the college’s Senior Course 44 graduation on Thursday.

He explained that the purpose of the tour was to look for methods to strengthen the defense connections already in place to counter the current dangers facing the subregion.

He added that the members of the Liberian armed forces were already benefiting from the training agreement with the Nigerian military forces.

He further stated that future threats to Liberia and Africa would be addressed with the knowledge and experience gained from their Nigerian counterparts.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the Liberian military commander also paid a visit to the heads of the three services in their workplaces at the Armed Forces Complex and asked for ongoing support for his country’s armed forces.

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