Olowu Congratulates Farouk Yahaya On His Appointment As Army Chief, Seeks For Support For Him

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    Olowu of Kuta, Ayedire Local Government, His Royal Majesty Oba Oyelude Makama, Tegbosun 111, has congratulated Major General Farouk Yahaya on his appointment as Chief of Army Staff.

    Olowu in a statement made available by his media officer in Kuta on Thursday also hailed President Muhammadu Buhari for the new appointment, describing the new army chief as a war -tested General who’s equal to the task.

    The monarch however urged support for Major General Yahaya in the onerous Task of defeating the insurgents and banditry in the country.

    He advised the new army chief to also ensure harmonious working relationship with other service chiefs as well as those serving in the various operations across the country.

    “I urge Nigerians to rally round Major General Yahaya bearing in mind that we all have our role(s) to play and ensure that we rid our country of undesirable elements within a shortest time possible.
    Before his appointment on Thursday as the 22nd COAS, Major General Faruk Yahaya was the Theatre Commander Operation HADIN KAI, responsible for Counter Terrorism and Counter Insurgency operations in North East Nigeria.

    The new COAS is a proud holder of several honours and awards, some of which include, Forces Service Star, Meritorious Service Star, Distinguished Service Star, Grand Service Star, Passed staff course (Dagger), National Defence Course (Chile), Economic Community of West Africa State Monitoring Group Medal, Command Medal, Field Command Medal, General Operations Medal, Silver Jubilee Medal and Golden Jubilee.

    I have no doubt that the new COAS will succeed because he has always been a team player and a tested infantry General’ he said

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