The Nigeria Air Force in Yenagoa expressed its readiness to collaborate with other security agencies to fight crime in the Niger Delta.

AVM Samuel Abosede, the new Air Officer Commanding (AOC), Mobility Command of the Nigeria Air Force said this shortly after taking over the command from AVM Chris Chukwu.

“We will reinvigorate our joint operations by partnering with security stakeholders in the region to contain economic crimes.

“The command will also do a lot of advocacy in the state for the people to feel its presence and benefit from its activities,? Abosede said.

He said that the command would work in line with the agenda of the Chief of Air Staff, AVM, Adesola Amosu.

“In the military, we work on hierarchy. We are going to focus on Chief of Air Staff?s agenda for the force. Also, we are going to focus on our level of cooperation with other security forces.

“Before now, we were not actually taking much part in internal security. Now, we will start to contribute and participate very effectively,? he said.

In his remarks, Chukwu described Abosede as an astute military commander and a seasoned pilot.

“He has all it takes to lead the command. My experience in Bayelsa is one I will cherish for a long time,? he said.

He said that the command had done enough to contain crimes in the Niger Delta region.

Chukwu urged officers and men of the command to extend the cooperation they gave him to his successor

Augustine Aminu
The Nigeria Air Force in Yenagoa expressed its readiness to collaborate with other security agencies to fight crime in the Niger Delta.

AVM Samuel Abosede, the new Air Officer Commanding (AOC), Mobility Command of the Nigeria Air Force said this shortly after taking over the command from AVM Chris Chukwu.

“We will reinvigorate our joint operations by partnering with security stakeholders in the region to contain economic crimes.

“The command will also do a lot of advocacy in the state for the people to feel its presence and benefit from its activities,? Abosede said.

He said that the command would work in line with the agenda of the Chief of Air Staff, AVM, Adesola Amosu.

“In the military, we work on hierarchy. We are going to focus on Chief of Air Staff?s agenda for the force. Also, we are going to focus on our level of cooperation with other security forces.

“Before now, we were not actually taking much part in internal security. Now, we will start to contribute and participate very effectively,? he said.

In his remarks, Chukwu described Abosede as an astute military commander and a seasoned pilot.

“He has all it takes to lead the command. My experience in Bayelsa is one I will cherish for a long time,? he said.

He said that the command had done enough to contain crimes in the Niger Delta region.

Chukwu urged officers and men of the command to extend the cooperation they gave him to his successor

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