Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS), Vice Admiral Awwal Gambo has charged the newly appointed Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Major General Farouk Yahaya to improve on the legacy of his predecessor, late Lt. Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru.
He also urged him to deploy his operational experience in ensuring that insurgency, terrorism, banditry and other criminalities confronting the nation are defeated.
Vice Admiral Gambo gave this charge when the new Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Major General Faruk Yahaya paid him a courtesy visit at the Naval Headquarters.
Director Naval Information, Commodore Suleman Dahun, in a statement said that the CNS also used the opportunity to emphasize the need for constant synergy between the Armed Forces of Nigeria in order to ensure success in various operations.
CNS said:  “The COAS, coming from the theatre of operations has a good appreciation of the challenges in the North East, North West and across the spectrum of the country, therefore I urged him to use the knowledge at his disposal towards ensuring that victory is won over the insurgents. You should  equally  pick up from where the late COAS, Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru left from and improve upon those ideas”.
Earlier, the Chief of Army Staff, Major General Faruk Yahaya said he was in the Naval Headquarters to formally inform the CNS that he had reported and taken over duty following his appointment as the 22nd COAS.
The COAS also pledged to work in synergy with sister Services as none of the Services can do it all by itself.
Major General Yahaya promised to ensure cooperation with other security agencies and stakeholders as the challenges confronting the security agencies are multi-faceted and would require a multi-faceted approach.

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