Outgoing MNJTF personnel gets commendation for his contributions

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The Force Commander Multinational Joint Task Force, Major General Abdul Khalifah has lauded the deep analysis of information and near perfect projections of the outgoing Chief Military Intelligence Officer(J2), Colonel IM Kabir of the Nigerian Army, which he said has impacted positively in the recent conduct of field operations.

General Khalifah was speaking at a send forth event held in honour of Colonel IM Kabir (Nigerian Army) at the Headquarters Multinational Joint Task Force, N’Djamena Chad.

Colonel Kabir completed his tour of duty and is to proceed on retirement after thirty-two (32) years of meritorious service in the Nigerian Army.
The Force Commander said, “it is a pride to serve in the military profession meritoriously and retire honourably in good health, hence he congratulated and wish him success in his future endeavors”.

In a similar occasion, a medal presentation ceremony was held in honour of a total of twelve Military Staff Officers (MSOs) from Chad, Nigeria and Niger republics have who also completed their tour of duty.

During the medal presentation ceremony, the MSOs were decorated with MNJTF medals, presented certificates and customized plaques at the MNJTF Headquarters.

The colourful ceremony was in recognition and appreciation of their selfless contribution and support to the conduct of various operations across the sectors for the restoration of peace and security in the region.

General Ibrahim expressed satisfaction with their performances, which has enabled the Force to execute various offensive and humanitarian operations in the course of achieving the mandates of the MNJTF.

He said the situation in Lake Chad is getting better, with Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) returning to their localities and engaging in different socio-economic activities.

Despite ongoing terrorists surrender to the troops, the Force will continue to launch offensive attacks until the remnant of the criminals are totally smoked out of their enclaves”.

The Force Commander appreciated the unrelenting support of the Troops Contributing Countries to MNJTF in accomplishing its mandates, thus restoring the much-needed peace and security in the region. He paid tribute to the fallen heroes, who paid the supreme sacrifice and prayed for the eternal repose of their souls while wishing speedy recovery to the injured ones.

This was contained in a statement issued by the Chief of Military Public Information, Headquarters MNJTF, N’Djamena Chad,
Colonel Muhammad Dole.

the deep analysis of information and near perfect projections of the outgoing Chief Military Intelligence Officer(J2), Colonel IM Kabir of the Nigerian Army, which he said has impacted positively in the recent conduct of field operations.

General Khalifah was speaking at a send forth event held in honour of Colonel IM Kabir (Nigerian Army) at the Headquarters Multinational Joint Task Force, N’Djamena Chad.

Colonel Kabir completed his tour of duty and is to proceed on retirement after thirty-two (32) years of meritorious service in the Nigerian Army.

The Force Commander said, “it’s a pride to serve in the military profession meritoriously and retire honourably in good health, hence he congratulated and wish him success in his future endeavours”.

In a similar occasion, a medal presentation ceremony was held in honour of a total of twelve Military Staff Officers (MSOs) from Chad, Nigeria and Niger republics have who also completed their tour of duty.

During the medal presentation ceremony, the MSOs were decorated with MNJTF medals, presented certificates and customized plaques at the MNJTF Headquarters.

The colourful ceremony was in recognition and appreciation of their selfless contribution and support to the conduct of various operations across the sectors for the restoration of peace and security in the region.

General Ibrahim expressed satisfaction with their performances, which has enabled the Force to execute various offensive and humanitarian operations in the course of achieving the mandates of the MNJTF.

He said the situation in Lake Chad is getting better, with Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) returning to their localities and engaging in different socio-economic activities.

“Despite ongoing terrorists surrender to the troops, the Force will continue to launch offensive attacks until the remnant of the criminals are totally smoked out of their enclaves”.


The Force Commander appreciated the unrelenting support of the Troops Contributing Countries to MNJTF in accomplishing its mandates, thus restoring the much-needed peace and security in the region. He paid tribute to the fallen heroes, who paid the supreme sacrifice and prayed for the eternal repose of their souls while wishing speedy recovery to the injured ones.

This was contained in a statement issued by the Chief of Military Public Information, Headquarters MNJTF, N’Djamena Chad,Colonel Muhammad Dole. Pictures below:

 

 

 

 

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