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Wed 3

Get to Know The New Service Chiefs

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Chief of Air, Marshal Isiaka Olafayo Amao

The new Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshal Isiaka Olafayo Amao, was brought into the world on September 14, 1965, at Enugu. He hails from Oshogbo in Osun State.

He enrolled in the Nigerian Air Force on January 19, 1984, as an individual from the 35 Regular Course of the Nigerian Defense Academy.

He had recently filled in as Trainee/Squadron Pilot, NAF Unit 99 ACTG Kainji (1993-2004), Instructor Pilot/Squadron Pilot, 301 FTS Kaduna (2004-2007), Air Assistance to Chief of Air Staff, Deputy Defense Adviser, Nigerian High Commission London, Assistant Director of Operation Defense Headquarters, Director of Policy and Plans, Nigerian Air Force.

Until his arrangement, Amao was the Commandant Armed Forces Resettlement Center Lagos.


Head of Army Staff, Major General Attahiru Ibrahim

Significant General I. Attahiru (COAS)

Significant General Attahiru Ibrahim, until his arrangement as the Chief of Army Staff, was the General Officer Commanding 82 Division, Nigerian Army.

He was delegated to lead the hostile against Boko Haram in the North-East in May 2017.

Notwithstanding, he was redeployed by the then Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, after a series of assaults by the extremists, including after giving him a cutoff time of 40 days in July of that year to convey Boko Haram pioneer Abubakar Shekau in any condition.

Head of Defense Staff, Major General LEO Irabor

Significant General LEO Irabor (CDS)

Significant General LEO Irabor is from Agbor in Delta State; he was an individual from the Regular Course 39 of the NDA.

He filled in as a Commander Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) of the Nigerian Army, Minna.

Irabor likewise filled in as Chief of Training and Operations (CTOP), Defense Headquarters.

He filled in as the Theater Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole, and headed the Multi-National Joint Task Force (MNJTF) as the Field Commander.          

He likewise filled in as the Chief of Staff to the Chief of Army Staff. He is a prepared specialist.


Head of Naval Staff, Rear Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo

Back Admiral Awwal Gambo

Back Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo was brought into the world on 22 April 22, 1966, and hails from Nasarawa Local Council in Kano State. He enrolled in the NN on September 24, 1984, as an individual from Regular Course 36 and was charged Sub-Lieutenant on September 24, 1988. He is an Underwater Warfare expert with a sub-specialization in Intelligence.

The senior official has gone to a few military courses, which incorporate; Sub-Technical course and Officers Long course, both at NNS QUORA. He additionally went to Junior Division 48/89 and Senior Course 26, both at AFCSC Jaji.

Different courses incorporated the National Defense Course at the South African National Defense College. Until his new arrangement as the CNS, he was the Director of Procurement at the Defense Space Administration.

He holds a PGD in Transport Management and a Master's certificate in Transport Management (Logistics choice), both from the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology.

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