Kinetic Operations: Buratai Commissions another NAIC’s Project
As part of efforts to arrest the wave of insecurity bedeviling the nation, Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, has made a case for a well-equipped and efficient Nigerian Army Intelligence Corps (NAIC).
The COAS, expressed a firm belief that a well-equipped and administered NAIC will truly have a force multiplier effects on kinetic operations, across the country.
He spoke at the WU Bassey Barracks in Abuja when he commissioned the re-modeled NAIC Officers Transit Quarters.
According to Buratai, despite the limited resources available to it, NAIC has still been proactive in providing timely and accurate intelligence, in support of ongoing military operations.
The COAS, categorically stated that it is not coincidental that he has made conscious efforts to ensure the general upliftment of the NAIC.
“This is given the primacy of combating contemporary asymmetric threats to national security,” he said.
He noted that since he assumed office as COAS, he has made deliberate efforts to enhance both the operational capability and welfare of NA personnel.
Lt. Gen. Buratai, enjoined both officers and soldiers of NAIC to reinvigorate their collective efforts to ensure the Nigerian Army effectively combats the myriad of asymmetric threats to the nation’s corporate existence.
Earlier, Maj. Gen. Samuel Adebayo, Chief of Military Intelligence (CMI), said the old accommodation was painstakingly remodelled, beautifully-renovated and exquisitely furnished with a standby generator to augment the existing power supply from the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC).
“The accommodation, which hitherto had 32 flats has been remodelled into 42 flats, plus a Guest House, and a standard two-bedroom apartment for the NAIC Headquarters Chief of Staff,” he added.
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