Nigerian Army Promotes 52 Brigadier Generals, 70 Colonels — FULL LIST

The Army Council, Thursday approved the promotion of 122 senior officers from the ranks of Brigadier General to Major General and Colonel to Brigadier General respectively. The number comprises of 52 Brigadier Generals and 70 Colonels.

Director Army Public Relations Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu disclosed this in a statement relayed to newsmen on Friday said, their promotion was in recognition of their meritorious service to the nation.

According to him, a total of 122 senior officers of the ranks of Brigadier General and Colonels were elevated to the next higher ranks in a document signed and released by the Military Secretary (Army).

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“Amongst those promoted to the rank of Major General are Brigadier Generals AA Ayanuga of the Department of Army Transformation and Innovation, EH Akpan of Theatre Command Operation HADIN KAI, NM Jega of the Defence Headquarters, JO Ugwuoke of the Department of Army Logistics, PAO Okoye of the Department of Army Operations, EF Oyinlola of the Department of Special Services and Programmes, AA Adekeye of 21 Special Armoured Brigade, AE Edet of Nigerian Army School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, AB Mohammed of Army Headquarters Operations Monitoring Team, and MT Usman of the Headquarters Guards Brigade.

“Other beneficiaries include Brigadier Generals IM Abdullahi of Headquarters 35 Brigade, AO Agboola of the Department of Army Training, EE Emekah of Nigerian Defence Academy, HE Nzan of Department of Army Standards and Evaluation, LA Lebo of Department of Army Training, UT Otaru of Nigerian Army School of Supply and Transport and AU Obiwulu of 1 Base Workshop, amongst others.

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“Some of the Colonels elevated to the rank of Brigadier General are, Colonels AO Ajagbe, JO Ogbobe, MG Hammawa, SS Bello, SOG Aremu, NG Mohammed, OI Odigie, CA Osuagwu, MO Eteng and ED Idima amongst others,” he added.

The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya congratulated the beneficiaries and charged them to remain focused, selfless and loyal in their service to the nation to justify the confidence and trust reposed in them.

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