The chief of Defense Staff, General Lucky Irabor, while speaking with media practitioners at a media briefing organized by the presidential communications team at the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Thursday, the 14th of October, touched on key issues bothering the Nigerian security architecture. Chief among the issues discussed was the role of self-acclaimed bandit mediator, Sheik Ahmed Gumi.
The Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Lucky Irabor has said that the Nigerian Army will engage retired military officers to tackle insecurity in the Northeast. General Irabor said this today when he had an interactive session with retired senior officers from north-eastern zone and added that the retired military officers will look for holistic solutions about how to bring to an end the insecurity in the Northeast region.
The Chief of Defense Staff (CDS), General Lucky Irabor has come out today in a recent video clip that was uploaded by Punch Newspaper via their YouTube page to disclose that the military will not allow the use of the instrument of violence by those who are seeking to disintegrate from the country to achieve their struggle.
The Chief Of Defence Staff (CDS), General Lucky Irabor has finally reacted to the issue of repentant Boko Haram. According to a report on TribuneOnline, General Irabor revealed that the military has taken necessary measures to ensure that the repentant Boko Haram did not go back to crime.
Turkish President to visit Buhari Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will visit President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential villa in Aso Rock on October 18, local Turkish media have revealed. Reports detail that the Turkish president will leave his home country on October 17 for a four-day diplomatic tour to Nigeria, Angola and Togo.
The Chief of Defence Staff, Lieutenant General Lucky Irabor, addressed the press at Aso Rock in Abuja on Thursday, October 14, 2023. During the press briefing, the military boss addressed a lot of issues relating to security of the country. These are some of the issues addressed by the CDS.
Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has been under heavy backlash from Nigerians regarding his interaction with bandits and his clamouring for the criminals to be granted blanket amnesty by the Federal Government of Nigeria. A lot of people, including high profile Nigerians, accused him of being a sympathizer to bandits.
Gumi playing his part to curb insecurity, the military won't stop him — Chief of Defence Staff Irabor It is quite true that a lot of people have pushed for the arrest of the controversial Islamic scholar Ahmad Gumi but Nigeria's Chief of Defence Staff, General Lucky Irabor has said that Gumi should not be hated because he is playing his part to tame the menace of insecurity in the country and would not be stopped by the military.
Bishop Irabor, the presiding Pastor of Answer's Assembly, Warri gives a major advice to his church members on how to treat their Pastors. He advised them to respect and honour their spiritual leaders for their own good and to also recognize Spiritual Hierarchy and Ranking so as not to suffer Anarchy.
With the increasing insecurity challenges in the Northern part of the country, especially in Plateau State, many lives have been lost and the Nigerian security apparatuses have been grossly affected. Following the recent attacks on travellers in Plateau State, the Nigerian Chief of Defense Staff, Irabor developed tips on how the people of Plateau State could experience their usual peaceful coexistence once again.
Chief of defence staff lucky irabor has condemned the attack by gunmen on the Nigeria defence academy (NDA) in kaduna. The attack, which occurred in the early hours of Thursday, which resulted in the death of two officers. Speaking on the incident while addressing journalists in Yola,the adamawa capital,irabor expressed concern over the attacks by bandits but gave the assurance that security agencies are on top of the situation
It was reported few days back that the Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Lucky Irabor visited Owerri, the Imo State capital. While in Owerri, the military head made it known that the Nigerian military will never allow any form of violent agitation in the south east region, stating it clearly that the Nigerian military will certainly deal will anyone or group of people trying to cause trouble in the south east region.
It was reported yesterday that a group of armed bandits invaded the Nigerian Defence Academy and killed some military operatives. This attack has generated a lot of controversy among Nigerians. Based on that note, the Nigerian Chief of Defence Staff, General Lucky Irabor has decided to react.
Following the recent video clip that is currently making rounds online after the Nigerian Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Lucky Irabor came out some hours ago to speak about the issue of the ongoing secessionist movement in the country, the Special Adviser on Water and Drainage Resources, Sir Joe Igbokwe has taken to his official Facebook page to react on the report.
The Chief of Defense Staff, General Lucky Irabor has said that agitation is a political thing and it's not the job of the Nigerian military to stop any group of individuals from agitating for whatever they want. However, he made it clear that the military is against anyone going outside the provision of the Constitution to bring about the agitation.
According to a report released by SAHARAREPORTERS today, August 25th, 2021, The Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Lucky Irabor has condemned the incident which led to the death of two officers while another was abducted. Photo Credit: SAHARAREPORTERS Irabor according to the report, expressed concerns over the Tuesday’s invasion of the Nigerian Defence Academy in Kaduna State by bandits on Tuesday.
Nigeria’s Chief of Defence Staff, General Lucky Irabor, has revealed that the military will not stop Ahmad Gumi, the controversial Islamic scholar known for negotiating with bandits, as he is playing his part to tackle the issue of insecurity in the country. The General revealed this at the presidential villa in Abuja during a ministerial briefing organized by the presidential communications team.
The Nigerian Chief of Defense Staff, General Lucky Irabor, has expressed concerns over the attack on the Nigerian Defense Academy by bandits. Irabor was not happy with the event which led to the death of two officers and the abduction of one officer. While briefing newsmen in Yola the Adamawa State capital, Irabor assured the general public that the Nigerian security agencies were on top of the matter.
General Lucky Irabor, the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), has declared that it is not the military's responsibility to put down agitations because they are political and constitutionally permitted. Irabor, on the other hand, stated that the only reason the armed forces would not tolerate some agitations is if violence is used to achieve such agitations.
General Lucky Irabor, the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), has indicated that it is not the military's responsibility to put down agitations because they are political and constitutionally permitted. Photo Credit To Google Irabor, on the other hand, stated that the only reason the armed forces would not tolerate some agitations is if violence is used to achieve such agitations.The military and other security forces, according to Irabor, will not allow the country to be overtaken by violence.