IDOMA VOICE reports that in a recent announcement, President Bola Tinubu has appointed a new set of service chiefs to bolster Nigeria’s security apparatus. Notably, the appointments showcase religious diversity, with representatives from different faiths across various regions.
This move aims to ensure inclusive decision-making and regional balance in the nation’s security leadership. Let’s delve into the religious backgrounds of the newly appointed service chiefs…..CONTINUE READING
Nuhu Ribadu, the newly appointed National Security Adviser, is a Muslim from the Northeast region.
Maj. Gen. C.G Musa, who assumes the position of Chief of Defence Staff, is a Christian from the Northwest region.
Maj. T. A Lagbaja, the Chief of Army Staff, hails from the Southwest region and is a Muslim.
Rear Admiral E. A Ogalla, the Chief of Naval Staff, is a Christian from the Southeast region.
AVM H.B Abubakar, the Chief of Air Staff, comes from the Northwest region and is a Muslim.
DIG Kayode Egbetokun, appointed as the Chief of Intelligence, is a Christian from the South-South region.
Maj. Gen. EPA Undiandeye, the newly appointed Inspector General of Police, is a Christian from the Southwest region.
These appointments showcase a diverse mix of religious backgrounds, ensuring representation from various regions and faiths within the Nigerian security apparatus…..CONTINUE READING