You Must Be Apolitical, Buhari Tells Military

You Must Be Apolitical, Buhari Tells Military

12/7/2021 5:21:00 AM

You Must Be Apolitical, Buhari Tells Military

President Muhammadu Buhari has charged the Nigerian Army and by extension members of the Armed Forces to be apolitical while discharging their

Buhari stated this while declaring open the Chief of Army Staff Annual conference with the theme “Building Nigerian Army Capacity in Combating Emerging Security Threats in a Joint Operations Environment” in Abuja.The president who was represented by the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Lucky Irabor said the Army of any nation is a catalyst for development and key elements of it’s national power and a vital tool required to protect its territorial integrity and project foreign policy.

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“While performing your constitutional role,I urge you to remain apolitical and continue to operate within the framework of the principles of fundamental human rights and the laws of armed conflicts.” he said.He said, “It is pertinent to note that for democracy to thrive and survive,they must be protection of lives and property therefore your role in securing the nation is paramount

“In performing this role, the required equipment, training and motivation as a government we are doing all that is possible within limit of available resources to equip the army and indeed the AFN to perform its constitutional role”He said the government has in addition to the indigenous efforts to build the military industrial complex, been also in talks with many countries to equip “you optimally for efficiency and effectiveness in the various operation that you are undertaking” headtopics.com

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