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Security of businesses, others paramount to military — NAFRC commandant

By Sulaimon Salau
23 January 2022   |   1:12 am
The 38th Commandant of the Nigerian Armed Forces Resettlement Centre (NAFRC), Oshodi, Air Vice Marshal Idi Gamso Lubo, has assured Nigerians, particularly, businessmen that all hands are on deck...

The 38th Commandant of the Nigerian Armed Forces Resettlement Centre (NAFRC), Oshodi, Air Vice Marshal Idi Gamso Lubo, has assured Nigerians, particularly, businessmen that all hands are on deck to guarantee security of lives and property in the country.

Lubo gave this assurance during a courtesy visit by former Junior Airmen, Lagos Chapter, to NAFRC, Oshodi in Lagos.

He said the Nigerian Army, the Air Force and Navy were working round the clock to ensure security of lives and property in the country, even as he enjoined Nigerians to exploit the abundant resources to turn around the national economy.

He said: “My officers and men are working day and night. The Chief of Air Staff and other service chiefs are working together as a team.”

“I believe God will help us and shall surely be able to combat every evil force that exists within the country. It is a matter of time.”

On the need for adequate security to attract foreign investors, he said; “I believe that Nigerians are capable. We can turn around the fortunes of our country. I am not undermining the aspect of foreign investors, but we have more than enough human resources to make the entire population self-sufficient in terms of food.”

The President of the Ex-Junior Airmen (EX-JAM) Lagos Chapter, Tosin Ilesanmi, assured the military of their fsupport.

Illesanmi said the EX-JAM are alumni of the Air Force Military School, Jos, selected as part of a system, where the best three officers are picked from across all states of the federation following which they undergo military and academic training.

Another EX-JAM, and three-time member of Federal House of Representatives, Babajide Akinloye, among others during the visitation expressed their pleasure on the competencies of the Nigerian military, promising their support to the graduating military trainees.