Army solicits for more synergy among security agencies in addressing insecurity – Nexus News
The General Officer Commanding (GOC), 3 Division Nigerian Army, Maj.-Gen. Ibrahim Ali has solicited for more action among security agencies to tackle insecurity in the nation.
Ali made the call during the 2022 Enduring Peace Exercise: Very Important Personality (VIP) walk around in the early hours of Thursday in Bauchi.
He noted that such working collaboration was necessary towards improving the security state and ensuring lasting solutions to the problem.
“The exercise where you have the army and other security agencies collaborate and share experiences would improve security output.
“The essence of the Enduring Peace Exercise is to build that synergy among the security agencies on how to work together in tackling security challenges in the country.
“The exercise also encourages the participants to understand how services and agencies work, understand themselves better, and when the situation comes they put on a better performance,” he said.
The GOC emphasized on the readiness of the security agencies to synergise in countering the prevailing security challenges in parts of the country.
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Also, Maj.-Gen. Sulaiman Idris, Commander of Nigerian Armored Corps, Bauchi, stated that the participants performed well during the exercise in line with the policy of the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt.-Gen. Farouk Yahaya,
He implored the participants to deploy the knowledge acquired in encouraging collaboration between the agencies to effectively face security challenges in the country.