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Nigerian military to compulsorily retire ‘disgruntled, unmotivated’ soldiers, officers

Nigerian military to compulsorily retire ‘disgruntled, unmotivated’ soldiers, officers

'Consequently, on the identification of disgruntled or unmotivated personnel Services are advised to take steps to compulsorily discharge or retire such personnel in line with extant laws.'

Nigerian Soldiers on duty.by June 21, 2022 3 min read One of the two ruling houses in Oyo, the Agunloye family, has submitted a list of 48 princes to be considered for selection for the next Alaafin of Oyo, the ancient town that is regarded as the bastion of Yoruba culture and traditional religious system.by June 20, 2022 2 min read The Peoples Democratic Party in Osun State has rejected the appointment of Kayode Adebowale as the returning officer for the July 16 election in the state.by June 20, 2022 2 min read Nigerian stocks crumbled to their lowest level since May 4 on Monday, with the benchmark index dropping almost 2 per cent or N550.

[PHOTO CREDIT: The Guardian] Nigerian military to compulsorily retire ‘disgruntled, unmotivated’ soldiers, officers "Consequently, on the identification of disgruntled or unmotivated personnel Services are advised to take steps to compulsorily discharge or retire such personnel in line with extant laws." by June 22, 2022 1 min read The leadership of the Nigerian military has ordered the compulsory retirement of all ‘disgruntled or unmotivated personnel’ in the army, navy and air force.PREMIUM TIMES learnt the Agunloye ruling house sent the list to Mukaila Afonja, the Baba Iyaji of Oyo land, on June 10.This was disclosed in a memo by the Defence Headquarters , according to PRNigeria.“It would therefore be unfair to the mantra of free and fair election for such a figure with close affinity to the APC to be appointed State Returning Officer for the July 16 elections,” he said.The memo was signed by MB Nagenu, a Rear Admiral, on behalf of the Chief of Defence Staff, Leo Irabor.They submitted the names less than two months after the death of Alaafin Lamidi Adeyemi III, who died in April at the age of 83.PRNigeria quotes the memo as stating that the disgruntled and unmotivated officers and soldiers no longer exhibit a high level of undivided loyalty, and the presence of mind required for military operations.3 basis points to 50,756.

“In view of the above, deployments of such personnel do not benefit the Services and are in fact counter-productive.Both houses descended from Alaafin Abiodun Atiba, who founded the present Oyo, following the collapse of Oyo Ile, the capital of the old Oyo Empire in the 1830s.“It is particularly troubling that the Vice Chancellor was part of Ekiti APC campaign on more than five occasions.“Consequently, on the identification of disgruntled or unmotivated personnel Services are advised to take steps to compulsorily discharge or retire such personnel in line with extant laws,” the memo states.ALSO READ: ‘Take fight to bandits’, Zamfara governor tells soldiers.Mr Ladigbolu confirmed his intention to ascend to the throne to PREMIUM TIMES.Nigerian soldiers are fighting on many fronts and have been deployed to over 30 of Nigeria’s 36 states, senior military officials had told PREMIUM TIMES.We warn that we will not allow an APC sympathiser to superintend over the Osun election as was the case in 2018.Apart from fighting Boko Haram in the North-east, the military is also leading the battle against armed bandits in the North-west, separatists in the South-east and other armed groups in the North-central and South-south of the country.” “Most importantly, age has never been a negative factor in the selection of an Alaafin,” he said.TOP FIVE GAINERS Jaiz led gainers, appreciating by 5.

There have been reports of low morale among some soldiers who have complained of inadequate equipment to fight against the armed groups.More details later….“The only odd single circumstance came about due to exigencies known to historians and most adult members of the public in the 1970s.He expressed confidence that Governor Adeboyega Oyetola would be re-elected as the state governor in the July 16 gubernatorial election.

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