President Bola Tinubu Charges Security Chiefs To End Insecurity

President Bola Tinubu Charges Security Chiefs To End Insecurity
President Bola Tinubu Charges Security Chiefs To End Insecurity



 President Bola Tinubu who has asked the nation’s security chiefs to ensure a conclusive victory against the myriad of security threats assailing the country.
A statement by the President’s Spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale  noted that President Bola Tinubu made this known while addressing security chiefs and heads of intelligence agencies at a Presidential Security Briefing at the State House in Abuja.
Tinubu noted that while good progress is being made with the elimination of some security threats across multiple theatres, success will ultimately be defined by a conclusion to the multi-dimensional menace emphasising that the armed forces must deliver on their objective to ensure the nation achieves a sustainable production of two million barrels of crude oil per day within the first quarter of 2024.
The President also commended the Commander of the Presidential Air Fleet, the Commander of the Brigade of Guards, and his Chief Personal Security Officer for their dedication and commitment in the discharge of their assignments, which earned them a promotion. The commander of the Presidential Air Fleet, Air Commodore Olayinka  Oyesola, was promoted to the new rank of Air Vice Marshal in the Nigerian Air Force, while the commander of the Brigade of Guards, Adebisi Onasanya, was promoted from Colonel to the rank of Brigadier-General. The President’s Chief Personal Security Officer, Usman Shugaba, is now a Deputy Commissioner of Police after being promoted from the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police. President Tinubu said he was very impressed by the officers’ loyalty and dedication to duty.
The newly promoted officers were decorated by the President, who was assisted by Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Hassan Abubakar, Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Taoreed  Lagbaja and Inspector General of Police Kayode Egbetokun, respectively, in the presence of the spouses of the elevated officers.

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