International Organisation For Migration Visits Chief Of Army Staff, Assures Support To Deescalate Conflict In The North East
The Head of Transition and Recovery International Organization for Migration and Representative of the Chief of Mission of the organization, Dr Fernando Medina paid a courtesy visit to Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Tukur Yusufu Buratai at the Headquarters Command and Control Centre in Maiduguri.
In his remarks at the occasion, Dr Fernando commended the Nigerian Army for its untiring efforts and commitment to end insurgency and the successes achieved so far. He intimated the COAS of his organization’s readiness to support and partner with the Nigerian Army to deescalate conflict through collaboration/provision of technical support at organizational, community and individual levels to contribute to peace building, intervention, reintegration as well as community reconstruction efforts of the Nigerian Army/ Federal Government.
In his response, Lieutenant General TY Buratai thanked the organization for the visit and appreciated the President and the groups’ efforts towards strengthening peace and security in the world, – particularly in Nigeria. He expressed readiness to provide the needed support for the organization to effectively carry out its plans in the North East Zone.
Among the senior officers present during the visit include the Chief of Logistics Army Major General Enobong Udoh, the Theatre Commander Major General Benson Akinroluyo, Chief of Military Intelligence Major General SA Adebayo, Commander Special Forces Major General MG Ali and Acting Provost Marshal Nigerian Army Brigadier General H Ahmed.
The Consultant Disengagement, Disassociation, Reintegration and Reconstruction of International Organization of Migration, Rear Admiral AA Dacosta accompanied Dr Fernando to the visit.
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