The army has carried out yet another round of reshuffling. Those affected include a lieutenant-general, some major-generals and brigadier-generals. Lamidi Adeosun who was promoted to a lieutenant-general last week by President Muhammadu Buhari was redeployed from being the Chief of Training and Operations to become the Chief of Policy and Plans.
Nigerian Army Redeploys Top Generals
Premium Times, 14 July 2019
The Nigerian Army has announced the redeployment of top generals. Read more »
Nigerian army (file photo).
Nigerian Army Redeploys Adeosun, Biu, Top Military Officers in New Posting
Vanguard, 15 July 2019
The Nigerian Army on Sunday night effected a major shake up in its hierarchy with newly promoted Lt. General Lamidi Adeosun redeployed from the department of Training and… Read more »
Justify Investment in You, Buhari Tells Armed Forces
This Day, 14 July 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari Saturday urged officers of the Nigeria Armed Forces to exhibit commitment to duties, loyalty and service to their fatherland in view of the time and… Read more »
Buhari Promotes Adeosun to Same Rank With Buratai
Daily Trust, 10 July 2019
The Nigerian Army yesterday announced the promotion of Major General Lamidi Adeosun to the rank of Lieutenant General, same as the current Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai. Read more »
Osinbajo Visits Fasoranti, Says Govt Will Deploy Soldiers to Highways
Leadership, 15 July 2019
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said the federal government would engage the military to watch flashpoints on Nigeria roads. Read more »
The army has redeployed, cancelled or amended the postings of seven major generals, 45 brigadier generals and 597 other officers - one of the most far-reaching shake-ups in the ... Read more »
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