Adhere strictly to international best practices to ensure a successful operation – GOC charges Nigerian Army

The General Officer Commanding (GOC) 2 Division Nigerian Army, Major General Aminu Chinade has reiterated the need for the Nigerian Army to adhere strictly to the nations law and other international laws that the country is signatory to for a successful operation.


Major General Chinade stated this during a sensitization workshop by the Army Headquarters Department of Civil Military Affairs on “Enhancing Professionalism and Responsiveness of the Nigerian Army Soldiers Through proper Observance of Humanitarian and Human laws” held at the 2 Division Auditorium for troops under Command.


The GOC observed that the workshop was coming at the right time when the Nigerian Army is involved in several operations across the six geopolitical zones of the Country. He further stated that being an arm of the Armed Forces of Nigeria, the Nigerian Army has a sacred obligation to ensure that its personnel perform their duties within the limit prescribed by laws of the Federation and other international charters that the country is signatory to.


He pointed out that personnel of the Nigerian Army must ensure that actions which might have negative implication on the lives of citizens are avoided, noted that the sensitization awareness will enable troops under command perform their duties strictly in compliance with laws that are globally accepted.


The GOC while describing the theme of the workshop as very apt, timely and in line with the Chief of Army Staff vision of having “A Professional Nigerian Army Ready to Accomplish Assigned Mission within A Joint Environment in Defence of Nigeria”, urged all participants to open their minds and ask questions, as well as contribute immensely to the body of Knowledge that will guide them in the discharge and performance of their duties.


The sensitization workshop organized by the Army Headquarters Department of Civil Military Affairs and hosted by Headquarters 2 Division, Nigerian Army was attended by Troops from the Division Area of Responsibility and members of the National Youth Services Corps (NYSC) serving in the Division.

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