The new Chief of Naval Staff, Rear Admiral Awwal Gambo has evolved new policies and measures to sanction identified Nigerian Navy personnel that collude with economic saboteurs, drug traffickers/barons, bandits, kidnappers and armed robbers.
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He stressed that he has zero-tolerance for indiscipline and criminal activities.
The 21st indigenous CNS made said this during his maiden meeting with principal staff officers, flag officers commanding and commanders of autonomous units of the Nigerian Navy at Naval Headquarters, Abuja.
Rear Admiral Gambo also seized the opportunity to unveil his  Vision, which is “to leverage on all factors of national location, technology, training, teamwork and synergy to re-energize the Nigerian Navy and enhance her as a well-motivated and ready naval force in the discharge of her Constitutional mandate and other assigned tasks in fulfilment of national security objectives.”
Director of Naval Information, Commodore Suleman Dahun in a statement said that to achieve this vision, the new CNS would focus on some key drivers of his administration.
naval personnel abscond from service NigpilotThe CNS pointed out that the overall intention of his administration is to achieve immediate positive transformation in the nation’s security, especially in the maritime domain.
The CNS also warned personnel to avoid any act capable of tarnishing the image of the NN, adding, “such acts would be met with heavy sanctions to act as a deterrence to others”.
“On the other hand, Nigerian Navy personnel that exhibit high integrity and positive attributes that portray the NN in good light shall be rewarded handsomely,” he added.
The CNS said his administration shall place a premium on human capacity development through higher training and education.
He directed all operations commanders to sustain aggressive clearance operations to make suspected militants, cults and pirate camps non-conducive for any nefarious activities to thrive.
He called on all Nigerian Navy personnel to remain safe and adhere to all relevant Nigerian Navy and national protocols.
He equally promised to take issues of personnel welfare seriously.
The CNS said, “We must understand that ‘personnel’ remains the most critical and important factor in military operations.”

 

 

 


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